2018 Options Series
This is an interactive workshop to provide you with tools and resources to advance a changemaking career.
Friday, October 19
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Center for Social Justice * 130 Poulton Hall
Postgraudate Opportunities in Teaching and Education Event
Learn from GU community members who have completed postgraduate service with education organizations such as City Year, Teach for America, KIPP Capital Teaching Residency, JET, ACE, Center for Inspired Teaching and Urban Teachers. Informal Q&A will follow the panel.
Thursday, October 25
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Cawley Career Education Center
This event is co-sponsored with the Cawley Career Education Center and Program on Education, Inquiry, and Justice. Confirmed speakers forthcoming. This event is part of CSJ's annual Education Week.
Deepen your understanding of how social justice wervice opportunities can change your life and the lives of those around you. Dinner provided. Hosted by Professor Joan Riley.
Monday, October 29
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Copley Hall * G-022
The Discernment Dinner is co-sponsored with Campus Ministry.
Postgraduate Service Fair
A job fair for justice - explore postgraduate service opportunities and meet recruiters from social justice service organizations such as Americorps, Jesuit Volunteer Corps, Peace Corps, and Alliance for Catholic Education.
Tuesday, November 6
12:00 pm-2:00 pm
Social Room, Healey Family Student Center
For ALL DC students: Registration for the Postgraduate Service Opportunities Fair will open in September 2018.
The Postgraduate Service Opportunities Fair is co-sponsored by George Washington University's Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service and American University's Center for Community Engagement and Service.
Are you wondering how to best prepare for the 2018 Options Fair? Click here to access resources on what questions to ask recruiters, what service organizations have attended past fairs and to schedule a consultation on postgraduate service with a CSJ staff member.
Jesuit Volunteer Corps Information Session with School of Foreign Service
The School of Foreign Service (SFS) invites you to an information session about the Jesuit Volunteer Corps (JVC). Members of JVC, from staff to current volunteers, will discuss fulltime service opportunities—around the country and world—available to Georgetown students after graduation. JVC offers a spectrum of fulltime placements for one to two years in fields like healthcare, education, housing, legal aid, and social services. Since the organization’s founding, more than 10,000 people—from senators to teachers—identify as Former Jesuit Volunteers, and have dared to change through this transformative experience.
McGhee Library, ICC (SFS Dean's Office)
Contact SFS Assistant Dean Lisa Gordinier with questions.
Questions about Options Series and Postgraduate Service
Email CSJ's Assistant Director, Whitney Maddox, Student Organizations and Leaders, if you have questions about the Options Series or postgraduate service.