By: Sofia Aschettino, GWWIB NY Trip Chair
We stepped into the lavish showroom and were greeted with NY bagels, yes they were as amazing as you think they’d be. With our new Dolce & Gabbana swag notebooks on our lap, a panel of six executives showed us a sneak peak into their world
By: Kate Uesugi, GWWIB Ambassador
As a business student at GW transitioning into the second semester of my sophomore year, it seems as though internships are more and more of a priority. I know that many students, not just those in the business school, can relate when I say that the search for that perfect internship can be be stressful and scary. As you embark on your journey
By: Camille Bartsch, GWWIB Ambassador
People always ask me, “you’re a freshman, how could you possible know, this specifically, what you want to do?” My name is Camille Bartsch, and I am a Freshman in the School of Business dual concentrating in Marketing and Sports, Event, and Hospitality Management.
By: Lucie Freeman, Sophomore GWWIB Ambassador
I remember it being February and panicking that I hadn’t landed a summer internship at a big name company yet. I thought to myself that having an internship at a top bank or firm was the only way to gain meaningful work experience
By: Samantha Bosin, President and GWSB Senior
Two words, almost synonymous with Hillary Clinton: The Pantsuit. It’s the inevitable dress code, the expensive purchase, and supposedly it’s the one-way ticket to a job offer in corporate America. Or is it?
By: Christina Giordano, Spring Conference Co-Chair and GWSB Senior
Senior year is great because it’s the culmination of your undergraduate college career. There are awesome underrated things about being a senior that you should know but then there are realistic expectations you have to set for yourself in terms of