Build Your Brand

Connecting with Student Clubs

The student clubs at GW are a great way for students with similar interests to connect with each other and potential employers. The F. David Fowler Career Center actively works with these clubs to co-sponsor events that will to connect members with each other, alumni, and employers.



  • American Marketing Association (AMA)
  • Entrepreneurs Club
  • Consulting Club (GWCC)
  • Finance & Investments Club (FIC)
  • George Washington Women in Business (GWWIB)
  • MBA Association (MBAA)



  • Minority Business Student Association (MBSA)
  • National Association of Women MBAs (NAWMBA)
  • Net Impact
  • Project Management Association
  • Real Estate Investment & Development Organization (REIDO)
  • Tourism for Tomorrow

For a complete list of GW student organizations, view the Directory of Student Organizations.

Mock Interviews

Mock interviews allow employers to interact with students at various stages of their career development process. These are typically three-hour time slots, allowing time for four separate interviews. Within each 45-minute session, you can conduct an interview, provide feedback, and talk more about your organization.

If interested, please contact us at [email protected].

Career Treks

In partnership with student leaders and the office of alumni development the F. David Fowler Career Center takes a group of students on an annual career trek to San Francisco and New York City.

Each year a group of GW MBA’s are graciously hosted by employers to learn more about the opportunities within the organization. In addition to company visits, participating students are given the opportunity to connect with alumni in the area through dinners, mixers, and interviews.

Past employers have included:



  • Charles Schwab
  • Wachovia Securities
  • Carat Fusion
  • Advent Software
  • Hummer Winblad
  • Intel
  • Harris myCFO



  • Trenwith Valuation
  • Cisco Systems
  • Goldman Sachs
  • Shenkman Capital Management
  • UBS


Contact Us



F. David Fowler Career Center
School of Business | The George Washington University
2201 G Street, NW, Suite 560
Washington, DC 20052