The Graduate Career Center provides career management resources to graduate students of Georgetown University. Students can take advantage of:
Career Coaching to support graduate students seeking to clarify their career goals, discuss job search strategy, practice for an interview or receive guidance on offer negotiation.
Online career resources via our Resources Page and through our career management platform, Handshake.
Career Workshops for graduate students looking to accelerate their job search and enhance their career management skills.
Meet Our Team
Annie Rao, Director, Graduate Career Center
Annie joined Georgetown in 2019 to envision, build and lead a new career center that would meet the specific career needs of graduate-level students. She comes to Georgetown with 22 years of experience, five within university career services, where she served as Director for Graduate Career Management at the George Washington University School of Business and career coach to MBA and MS students in the School of Business. Prior to her work in career services, Annie spent 17 years in industry. She holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Rutgers University and an MBA from The McDonough School of Business.
Clark Boothby, Assistant Director, Student Experience & Assessment
Clark joined Georgetown’s Graduate Career Center in 2019 to develop the center’s service delivery model and assess its effectiveness as we grow to meet the needs of our large and diverse graduate student population. He joins the center from the F. David Fowler Career Center at The George Washington University School of Business, where he served as Data and Operations Manager. Before working in career services, Clark‘s background and education focused on survey research and the design of innovative educational assessment. He worked at the Centre for Educational Measurement at the University of Oslo, as part of a team tasked with designing situational and game-based assessments to measure students’ 21st century skills. Prior to his time in Norway, he worked at Hanover Research, designing and conducting research studies for K-12 and Higher Ed institutions globally.
Caitlin Moore, Career Coach
Caitlin joins the Graduate Career Center as a Career Coach to support the intentional career exploration and development of Master’s and Ph.D. students. She comes to the team with a substantial connection to Georgetown’s graduate students and the university community having served as the Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions at GU for four years. Prior to her time on the Hilltop, she worked in corporate recruiting, partnering with university career services offices and supporting the hiring strategy of interns and entry level investment consultants. She began her career counseling prospective graduate students and applicants at the education technology company, 2U. Caitlin earned her B.A. in Human Development & Family Studies at the University of Connecticut and her M.A. in Communication, Culture & Technology at Georgetown University.