International career course – Globalizing Your Career: London and Paris

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As leading cities in Europe and the world, London and Paris are the ideal introduction to navigating the global economy. Open to all UW students, this course is ideal for those interested in either working abroad or preparing to work …

By Jessie Smith
Jessie Smith Assistant Director of Employer & Student Engagement Jessie Smith
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Career Exploration for Transfer Students

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Are you an incoming transfer student interested in exploring career and building strong application materials? Check out General Studies 297 I: Career Exploration for Transfer Students!

As first year transfer students, you are entering the University of Washington with a …

By Caitlin Goldbaum
Caitlin Goldbaum Career Coach Caitlin Goldbaum
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Exploring Careers in Media, Content Development, and PR

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Every year, the Department of Communication takes a group of undergraduate students on career exploration trips locally in Seattle. Through conversations with UW alumni, students are able to learn about industries such as media and content development, and build their …

By Caitlin Goldbaum
Caitlin Goldbaum Career Coach Caitlin Goldbaum
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Target your resume!

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Are you job or internship searching?  If so, check out this new tool (Targeted Resume)  available for UW students.  This “AI-powered platform analyzes the job description and identifies important keywords and skills missing from your resume. Learn how to tailor …

By Patrick Chidsey
Patrick Chidsey Associate Director & Career Coach Patrick Chidsey
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Getting started with LinkedIn

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Looking for a summer project to kickstart your networking skills? Consider setting up a LinkedIn profile and arranging some career conversations with UW alumni. Here are a few tips to get you started.

Tip #1: You don’t need a fancy …

By Caitlin Goldbaum
Caitlin Goldbaum Career Coach Caitlin Goldbaum
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Get outta town – and into career exploration! UWAA Career Trek to L.A.

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Our friends at the Alumni Association will be hosting a group of UW students on a Career Trek to Los Angeles in September 2019.

Each Career Trek takes a small group of students to major cities. Students get the chance …

By Emma O'Neill-Myers
Emma O'Neill-Myers Associate Director of Employer & Student Engagement Emma O
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Join our Husky Signature Employer Program!

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If you’re looking to build your brand on campus and maximize your recruiting outcomes at the University of Washington, consider the Husky Signature Employer Program!

This annual fee-based membership program provides you access to a suite of visibility-building and tangible …

By Emma O'Neill-Myers
Emma O'Neill-Myers Associate Director of Employer & Student Engagement Emma O
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Done with school and not sure what to do?

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That is totally okay.
Most students are unsure of what their next step is, or what they want their post-college path to look like. Even the people who seem to have it “all figured out” will likely have a few …

By Alison McCarty
Alison McCarty Assistant Director & Career Coach Alison McCarty
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Summer is coming

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Now that dead week is upon us, that means that summer is fast approaching! A lot around the Career & Internship Center will be business as usual (with just a bit more sun!), but we wanted to share with you …

By Emma O'Neill-Myers
Emma O'Neill-Myers Associate Director of Employer & Student Engagement Emma O
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Still looking for a summer internship?

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Although the sunny days remind us that we’re getting ever-closer to summer – there are still terrific summer internships looking for strong candidates like YOU!

Noted below is a small sampling of the summer 2019 internships currently accepting applications through

By Emma O'Neill-Myers
Emma O'Neill-Myers Associate Director of Employer & Student Engagement Emma O
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