Graduating Student Resources

Mentorship Opportunities

Hoya Gateway launched the Georgetown Military Network (GMN) group to connect the Georgetown student and alumni military-connected community for mentoring, transition and career development opportunities. Mentorship connections include student to alumnus, student to student, alumnus to student, and alumni to alumnus to alumnus.

The GMN has just launched a “Group” on the platform, which is an exclusive section of the system allows you to easily find professionals, engage in relevant conversations on the Discussion Board, and find important resources related to your interests.

Military-Connected Career Services

Military-connected students at Georgetown may arrive to campus with various work and education experiences with the intent to make a transitional pivot into the civilian sector, meeting requirements for a promotion, preparing to return to the work environment, or entering the professional field for the first time.

In addition to the resources the Career Centers provide, the Veterans Office offers the following to military-connected students and alumni at Georgetown:

  • Career Planning
  • Resume and Cover Letter Review (including military to civilian translations)
  • Job Interview Preparation
  • Job and Internship Postings listed in the Veterans Office Weekly emails

Military-Connected Graduation Honor Cords

Each commencement season, the University celebrates the accomplishments of students who completes a degree within the academic year. To celebrate the accomplishments of military-connected students, the Veterans Office issues out red, white, and blue graduation honor cords to where as a part of their commencement regalia to be recognized as a member of the military-connected community.

The cords are free to students are usually given out by the Veterans Office in the month April. As soon as we have more details about pick-up times and locations, we will update our website and send out a notification in our weekly email that usually goes out every Monday.

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