Begin Your On-Campus Job Search
Many graduate students at Georgetown work a part-time, on-campus job to help offset the costs of their studies. To start, visit Student Employment. Once you set your permanent password for your NetID, you can log in through the Student Employment website to browse available jobs. After browsing these, you may consider the following employment options as well.
Justice Graduate Interns
The Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching, and Service (CSJ) seeks Georgetown University Master’s level graduate students to serve as Justice Graduate Interns. CSJ’s graduate student positions are part of the Georgetown Alliance for Graduate Employees (GAGE) Union.
There are at least 12 JGI positions open for AY2022-2023. Applications are accepted on rolling basis with a priority deadline of May 3, 2022. Please direct questions to CSJ’s Operations Manager, Lucia Cappelloni.
There may also be opportunities for MS-ESM students to help finance their studies with a graduate assistantship in which they work directly with a faculty member. Check back for more information on possible graduate assistantships in the future. You would be eligible to apply for these positions after you matriculate into the MS-ESM program.
Note: graduate assistantships are created at the discretion of faculty and in accordance with the budgetary process, and may or may not be available based on faculty needs.
International students who are offered positions must obtain a Social Security Number; the Office of Global Services will be available to guide students through this process.