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Science Job and Internship Fair 2015

Are you an undergraduate science student at the UW - physical sciences, biological sciences, environmental sciences, ChemE or BioE?  Then don't miss our second-annual Science Job & Internship Fair!

Science Job & Internship Fair
January 28, 2015
2:00-5:00pm, MGH Commons

This unique mini-career fair will give you the opportunity to connect directly with recruiters from local and/or national companies who are looking to hire UW science students for job or internship opportunities.

Organizations Attending the Career Fair

  • Aerotek Scientific
  • Bio-Rad
  • Cambia Health Solutions
  • COPE Health Solutions/Swedish Medical Center
  • Essia Health
  • Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research
  • Lake Partners Strategy Consultants
  • Marine Officer Selection Team
  • Muscular Dystrophy Association
  • Nuwest- Labtemps
  • Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • Peace Corps
  • PhysAssist Scribes
  • ProScribe LLC
  • Seattle BioMed
  • Teach for America
  • U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation
  • U.S. Forest Service
  • UW Undergraduate Research Program
  • Washington State Opportunity Scholarship

 *Updated 1/27/2015

Check out our Science Fair guide for information on each employer attending and the positions they are hiring for Here.

How to Prepare for a Career Fair

  • Watch and review our online workshops on Career Fair Success and EffectiveResumes and Cover Letters
  • Prepare your resume. Consider attending a Same Day Session from 10am-3pm Monday-Friday to have your resume reviewed by one of our staff members!
  • Resume Workshop. The Career Center holds regular resume workshops almost every week. Once you have your resume drafted, stop by for a Same-Day Session for a critique.
  • Research the employers. Spend a few minutes researching the employers who are attending. Research those employers you’re interested in meeting with by visiting their web sites and doing a quick review of them online and in trade magazines.
  • Practice your approach. What do you want the employer to know about you? Which of your skills and past experiences do you want to highlight? Have a short 15-second “sales pitch” ready and make sure to build in some good questions of your own to ask the employer.
  • Make sure to attend our Career Fair Success workshop for help in all these areas
  • No matter how strong a candidate you are, if you show up at a career fair in jeans and flip-flops or looking like you've just rolled out of bed, you're not likely to be taken as seriously as if you've taken the time to dress for the occasion.

  • We recommend business casual attire (or better) for this event which means the following:
    • For men:
      Slacks, a button-down shirt or collared shirt, dress shoes (no sneakers please, however trendy the Vans-with-a-suit look is right now), a tie is optional. Another option would be a suit.
    • For women:
      Slacks or a skirt with a blouse or collared shirt, blazer or jacket optional. Another option is a suit. Need somewhere to change, or to stash your school clothes while you're at the Fair?

    Lockers and storage facilities are not available at the fair so consider asking an adviser if you can leave things in their office, asking a buddy to keep an eye out for you while he or she studies at the library, or make a quick run home to drop your things off before the fair.

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