Resources for Majors and Minors

Majors and Minors, you are invited to take advantage of the resources of the department. Get to know your professors and fellow students.  Meet your peers by joining and participating in our math clubs, both of which are open to all students: the GW Chapter of the Association of Women in Mathematics (also see their Facebook pageand the GW Math and Stat Association.  We also have the D.C. Gamma Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematics Honor Society, which is open, by invitation, to our most accomplished majors.

Are you considering an industry or  government job that uses mathematics? Would you benefit from establishing contact with someone who knows how math is used outside academia and  knows  first-hand what math-related jobs are like? Or maybe someone "in the  field" to look over your resume to see if it gives the right impression? The GW Mathematics Department and University Career Services have mentoring programs for you!  Please send your name and a description of your  background and professional interests to Professor Michael Moses in the Mathematics Department, or contact Sonya Merrill in University Career Services, and they will work to connect you with an appropriate mentor.

We hope that you find the following links helpful. If there are other items that you would like to see on these pages, we would appreciate receiving your suggestions.

AMS Careers in Mathematics Information Page

AMS Undergraduate Mathematics Information Page

Funding Opportunities

Things To Do in Summer

Semester Programs

You are Getting a Math Degree. What's Next ?

Math Competitions


Math Lab

Many of our students enjoy the camaraderie that comes from studying together in the Math Lab, when it is not being used for UTA office hours.

G.W. Career Center

The George Washington University Career Center offers a wide range of services, including a strong consulting program for current students and recent graduates. Our professional career consultants have extensive experience working with students in the areas of career development, employment advising, internship preparation, interviewing, and document preparation (e.g., resumes and cover letters). We provide students and alumni with access to resources, information, and support. Take time to review the services listed here and contact the Career Center with questions or to schedule an appointment.

In addition, the GW Career Center uses the GWork system to allow GW students and alumni exclusive access to their own personal employment management center: GWork allows GW students and alumni to access jobs, internships, Federal Work Study and volunteer opportunities from many employing organizations who are registered on GWork. To learn more about the GWork system, visit their website.  

The GW Career Center is located at 1922 F Street NW, Washington DC 20052. You can call us at 202-994-6595 or email us at