Marilyn Tucker serves as the Director of Alumni Career Services in the Office of Career Strategy. In this position, Marilyn counsels JD alumni with four or more years of experience. These alumni, located throughout the United States and abroad, are changing jobs, considering other career fields, moving to different geographic regions, and are generally in the midst of a career transition. Recently, Marilyn has been counseling alumni regarding retirement issues and how they might consider creating new challenges for themselves.

In addition, Marilyn is the Director of the International Internship Program which was started over 25 years ago. The International Internship Program provides summer legal opportunities for Georgetown law students to work in foreign law firms, corporate legal departments, and NGOs located all over the world. Over 1400 students have secured an internship through this program.

Marilyn Tucker serves as the Director of Alumni Career Services in the Office of Career Strategy. In this position, Marilyn counsels JD alumni with four or more years of experience. These alumni, located throughout the United States and abroad, are changing jobs, considering other career fields, moving to different geographic regions, and are generally in the midst of a career transition. Recently, Marilyn has been counseling alumni regarding retirement issues and how they might consider creating new challenges for themselves.

In addition, Marilyn is the Director of the International Internship Program which was started over 25 years ago. The International Internship Program provides summer legal opportunities for Georgetown law students to work in foreign law firms, corporate legal departments, and NGOs located all over the world. Over 1400 students have secured an internship through this program.

Prior to assuming the role of Director of Alumni Career Services, Marilyn advised law students, and created “World of Choices: Forum on Careers in the Law” which has been a staple of the Career Strategy Office for many years.

In her spare time, aside from having been on the Board of the Alzheimer’s Association of the National Capital Area, Marilyn and her husband are avid collectors. Just ask her, and she will talk endlessly about their collections, especially their extensive antique tin collection.