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Guest Blog

Getting Internship-Ready: Do the Heavy Lifting in the C21 Internship Bootcamp

Career-jargon and buzzwords are meaningless unless an employer/organization can see you demonstrate them. Will your “critical thinking” and “problem solving” actually be a benefit to their work? You can talk about them in an interview to get in the door, …

By Matt Erickson
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Psychiatric Social Worker

A Master of Social Work degree or M.S.W. is perhaps one of the most versatile available.  One can take a macro track with it and go in to policy development, administration, program oversight and other related fields.  Equally, one can …

By Christopher DeLima
Christopher DeLima
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It’s Okay to Not Have it All Figured Out

Graduating from the UW School of Social Work in ’92, I was fairly certain that my career path would take me in to the mental health arena.  In hindsight, I have to laugh at myself since I vividly recall thinking …

By Christopher DeLima
Christopher DeLima
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Things I Wish I Knew on My Path to a Career in Consulting

When I finished my undergraduate degree, I did not know that I wanted to work in consulting. I had built – to paraphrase Liam Neeson – a very specific set of skills for a different career, only to discover that …

By Andrew Weckerly
Andrew Weckerly Senior Consultant
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Try S*** – An English Major’s Journey to Career Success

“Don’t ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive, and then go and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” Harold Thurman Whitman

Let’s get this out there first – …

By Nicey Hilton
Nicey Hilton
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EPI 499: Virtual course on health care in the US and Rwanda

EPI 499: Community Health Research & Health Care Delivery: Lessons from Rwanda & the United States (6 credits) 

This online summer course will provide students with the opportunity to engage with faculty and students from the University of Rwanda (UR) School …

By Esther K. Chung
Esther K. Chung Professor of Pediatrics
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Keep an open mind

After graduating from the University of Washington in 2010, I set out on a journey, moving around the country, looking for my happy place. First I went to Alaska, where I worked for the Anchorage Daily News for a while, …

By Jeromy Carpenter
Jeromy Carpenter Senior Contract Consultant
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Pursuing Social Justice Through Service

Are you interested in making an impact after graduation? Learn how you can begin your career in social justice, serve , and gain transferable skills. Join representatives from Peace Corps, City Year and Teach For America on February 9th to hear …

By Brian Bartley
Brian Bartley Peace Corps Strategic Recruiter
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