Student-Alumni Connections

The support of GW's global network of alumni enhances the student experience from their first day at orientation through graduation. By connecting with alumni, current GW students can:

  • Learn more about prospective industries
  • Build their professional network
  • Receive excellent career or professional advice

Dinner and Coffee with Alumni Program - Now Virtual!

The Dinner and Coffee with Alumni program offer students opportunities to connect with GW alumni. Alumni hosts represent a range of industries and interests, including law, finance, consulting, information technology, medicine, engineering, event planning, journalism, and more!

Sign up to host a virtual dinner or coffee for current GW students. At these events, students have the opportunity to discuss career interests, gain professional advice, and share #OnlyatGW moments.

Host an upcoming event

GW Career Connect

GW Career Connect is an online networking community that enables undergraduate and graduate students to seek career guidance and professional development from alumni, as well as provides alumni an opportunity to network with fellow alumni around fourteen industry areas of interest, including: Finance; Healthcare; Marketing & Advertising; Media & Communications; Politics & Government; Technology; Real Estate; Retail & Fashion; Arts & Design; Consulting; Education; Law & Legal Services; Museum Professionals; and Science & Engineering.

GW Career Connect

Interact with Prospective Students

Admissions is currently looking for alumni to send notes or welcome photos to students!

The Office of Alumni Relations works closely with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions to provide opportunities for alumni to assist in the admissions process. Alumni are the best ambassadors for the GW experience and your involvement with prospective and admitted students is extremely valuable.

Learn more about volunteering with admissions



Philip Liebow

“I want to help students while they’re in school and once they move into the working world – so they feel a lifetime of giving back to the school. There’s a culture of giving back to the university and I want to continue it and make it even better.”

Philip Leibow, BBA '87, MBA '89