Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

TESTING TRUISMS: Does Fortune Favor the Bold?

TESTING TRUISMS: Does Fortune Favor the Bold?

By Vera Mastrorilli April 16, 2018

This time of year, many of us are trying to craft the perfect application in hopes of landing a coveted internship or job for the summer. But how do you make your submission stand out?  A cover letter...

More students are connecting with alumni after the relaunch of Hoya Gateway, a career networking platform.

After Relaunch, Hoya Gateway Sees Rise in Student-Alumni Connections

By Deepika Jonnalagadda November 9, 2017

In the second semester of its relaunch, networking website Hoya Gateway has seen a rise in student-alumni connections. The online platform facilitates one-on-one career-related conversations between...

Businesswomen Discuss Wall Street Careers

By Emma Gross January 13, 2015

Georgetown’s Women in Leadership Initiative and the Georgetown chapter of the Financial Management Association hosted a panel and networking event Thursday in the Rafik B. Hariri Building about women...

Georgetown graduates led LinkedIn’s new university rankings for business-related fields, including investment banking and finance.

MSB Tops LinkedIn Rankings

By Charlotte Allen October 10, 2014

LinkedIn released its first university rankings of projected career paths for undergraduates last week, with Georgetown topping the list in a variety of business fields. The networking website ranked...

Donna Harris, co-founder of 1776, accepts a sign from members of the Georgetown Entrepreneurship community to signify their new partnership.

Georgetown Partners With 1776

By David Brown, Kristen Fedor, and Editor-in-Chief September 26, 2014

Continuing the spirit of entrepreneurial education on campus, Georgetown has recently partnered with 1776, a startup incubator and venture capital fund based in Washington, D.C. The partnership will...

After the success of last year’s Financial Markets Conference, the conference will be held for a third time, with policy makers convening to discuss current global financial issues and potential solutions.

Conference Addresses Financial Trends

By Kim Bussing and Editor-in-Chief September 12, 2014

On Sept. 16, the McDonough School of Business Center for Financial Markets and Policy will host its third annual Financial Markets Conference, in partnership with the Financial Times. The conference...

GUSA Encourages Alumni Networking

By Griffin Cohen October 4, 2013

The Georgetown University Student Association launched an alumni networking guide this past summer to help student organizations build stronger relationships with their alumni bases. The Student Organization...

SFS Networking With ‘Friends’

By Andrew Wilson September 10, 2013

As School of Foreign Service upperclassmen look beyond Georgetown to the professional world, a hallmark SFS program connects them with “friends,” or alumni mentors who provide opportunities for guidance...

Amid Winter Break Detente, Students Network for Careers

By Caroline Welch January 15, 2013

Approximately 560 students took time away from winter break relaxation to network with Georgetown alumni at the Georgetown University Alumni Association Career Services and Cawley Career Center’s seventh...

DPE Girls Learn Proper Etiquette

By Heather Flynn March 1, 2011

When at a business mixer, where should you stick your name tag? Is it appropriate to have an alcoholic beverage during a job interview in a restaurant if you're over 21? Is it all right to introduce yourself...

Alumni Networks Grow, Imparting Valuable Lessons

By Jenny Rogers February 4, 2011

When Aaron Fouladian (MSB '11) attended a business school event at the Princeton Club of New York early last summer, he was met by a soon-to-be mentor — a recent Georgetown alum. "She was someone...

1634 Society Helps Students Network, Seek Opportunities

By Neil Quinn September 17, 2010

When students think of Georgetown alumni, they often focus on the Bill Clintons and the Bradley Coopers. But the 1634 Society, a new student group descended from the university's Office of Advancement...

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