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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GenHERation Discovery Days 2019

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This summer brings GenHERation Discovery Days 2019, immersive day trips that provide high school and college women with the opportunity to visit the nation’s most innovative companies, network with female professionals, participate in skill-building simulations, and earn scholarships. Participants will …

By Emma O'Neill-Myers
Emma O'Neill-Myers Associate Director of Employer & Student Engagement Emma O
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Job searching? Use Google Sheets to track your progress

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I came across this article on The Muse via my LinkedIn feed today, featuring excellent tips on using Google Sheets as a tool for tracking your job search.  Check it out!

By Patrick Chidsey
Patrick Chidsey Associate Director & Career Coach Patrick Chidsey
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Internship Corner – Student Quote

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“My internship has confirmed my career interests. I’ve learned quite a few transferable skills and more importantly, I’ve learned just how important relationship-building is in a successful communications career. Whether it’s networking with other communications people, or networking with people …

By Briana Randall
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“Ask an Alum” Mathematical Economics Student to Data Analyst

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Parto Shareghi graduated from University of Washington- Seattle in 2016 with a degree in Mathematical Economics. While at UW, Parto was a member of the actuarial club and a first-year mentor. She is now a Data Analyst for Premera Blue …

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Looking for a summer internship or post-grad job? Handshake can help!

Did you know? As of this morning, Handshake has:

Over 5,000 jobs posted.
More than 1,400 internships.
Opportunities in dozens of states including Washington, California, Oregon, New York, Texas, and more.
Postings targeting majors from Anthropology to Computer Science to …

By Emma O'Neill-Myers
Emma O'Neill-Myers Associate Director of Employer & Student Engagement Emma O
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Global Health Career Week 2019

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Wondering about life after graduation? Curious about the career opportunities for your degree and wondering what life will look like five years from now?  Interested in connecting with global health organizations?  Want to hear from some experts in the field about …

By Patrick Chidsey
Patrick Chidsey Associate Director & Career Coach Patrick Chidsey
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New pre-health website

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Our new prehealth website has officially launched, prehealth.uw.edu, which is a collaboration to streamline and clarify content geared towards (prospective, incoming, current) students interested in pre-health at UW Seattle.

This site is co-owned by UAA Advising and the Career & …

By Patrick Chidsey
Patrick Chidsey Associate Director & Career Coach Patrick Chidsey
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“Ask an Alum” Informatics student to Software Engineer

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Linda (Fan) Yang graduated from University of Washington- Seattle in 2017, with a degree in Informatics and a minor in Math. While at UW, Linda was involved in hall council, FIUTS, became a FIG leader, and was the Director of …

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