Co-authoring publications with a wide network of professionals may improve your career trajectory. Explore more at Warner et al. 2015.
Georgia State has more than 150 graduate programs at master’s and doctoral levels. Search for your fit at graduate.gsu.edu.
University Career Services offers professional headshots free-of-charge. Get ready with tips from LinkedIn.
Take time out from reading to look up words you don’t know yet. The more you read, the better your vocabulary. This is one of the best tips for standardized tests.
Ryan Grelecki explores why you might want to go to law school – and misconceptions about law school outcomes.
Visit: It’s Who You Know
Ryan Grelecki discusses the importance of networking and a few ways to get started early.
Visit: Law School: Letters of Recommendation
Ryan Grelecki provides tips for garnering a better letter of recommendation for law school.
Visit: Law School – Undergraduate Majors
Ryan Grelecki considers the many different undergraduate majors that can prepare you for law school.
Visit: Benefit of Internships
Ryan Grelecki on the benefits of internships with law firms before applying to law school.
Panel discussion with current law students regarding the realities of law school.
The Graduate School offers a variety of professional development resources and programs to assist graduate students and postdoctoral trainees in realizing their professional goals.
Visit: The Graduate School
University Career Services is where you go to get career ready. Some things you can do here include resume and cover letter reviews, exploring a major and/or career, mock interviews, job search strategies, graduate school planning, co-op and internship opportunities. To make an appointment and/or learn about our events please visit Handshake gsu.joinhandshake.com
GSURC, the Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference, is an interdisciplinary undergraduate research conference which highlights and recognizes the research taking place across Georgia State’s campus. Each year we invite Georgia State undergraduate students to submit their scholarly and creative projects as posters, oral presentations and artistic or creative presentations.
The Career Advancement Center helps undergraduate and graduate students discover their skill set, gather information about their career options, gain real-world experience, and launch their careers.
Student Engagement and Programs offers a wide array of services and programs designed to create and deliver student experiences that promote learning and success; develop and promote a distinctive model of active, engaged citizenship incorporating service, leadership and experiential learning; and, enhance the global competency of Georgia State University students. Student Engagement and Programs seeks to provide an enriching environment that allows for and encourages cross-cultural interaction, an appreciation of diversity and ethical decision making.
The Writing Studio at Georgia State University is a place where writers gather to talk about writing. Writing Studio conferences, both in our studio and online, are open to any student, faculty, or staff of Georgia State University. All regular tutoring sessions are made by appointment. The Studio requires that all clients schedule their own appointments using the online system.