On September 27, Georgetown students learned about the ins and outs of graduate school and law school from current grad students and law students. The Political Science Department co-hosted this student panel with the Graves Center for Calling and Career. GC students got to learn about issues related to program demands, career possibilities, funding availability, and the job market for different careers. Panelists included Shannon Moody and Wade Wilson from the Patterson School at the University of Kentucky and Katherine Caudill and Mike Durborow from the Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucy University. The panelists helped to inform students about what life is like for a grad student or law student, and they offered the GC students terrific advice. In particular, they all agreed that choosing a graduate or law program should not be taken lightly; the most important thing is to truly search for something you are passionate about before deciding on the next step after college.