Trachtenberg Student Organization

The umbrella student body serving graduate students at the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and See more on our website at

The Trachtenberg Student Organization (TSO) was established to foster social, academic, and professional development and interaction among The George Washington University public policy and administration students. This association provides an opportunity for social interaction and intellectual exchange among students, sponsoring social events, career development workshops, speakers, and a means of providing structured communication with program directors and faculty.

Operating as usual


This Friday, October 22nd at 7pm, TSO will be hosting Karaoke Night at Muzettes Karaoke Bar! We will be providing free admission and appetizers. RSVP to reserve your spot in the room. If you do not get a confirmation for RSVP, please join anyways in the bar area. Hope to see you there! Due to limited availability this is for current students only.


Please consider supporting our TSO Board Member Omar in the GW New Venture Competition.

Remora is a social enterprise dedicated to providing clean water to disadvantaged communities in Puerto Rico and Latin America through innovative triple-Water filtration systems. Out of over 190 businesses that applied, Remora is the only Latino-owned business in the final round of the GW New Venture Competition! Omar is also the only student from the Trachtenberg school in the final round!

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