FBI career paths for students and recent grads

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There are many.

Application windows for high-profile organizations or employers like the FBI are usually fairly short and early in the academic year.  For example, the FBI’s Honors Internship Program application deadline is coming up quick … October 14th, …

By Patrick Chidsey
Patrick Chidsey Associate Director Patrick Chidsey
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Tips for a successful college experience in the arts

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As an academic adviser with the UW School of Art + Art History + Design, I have the distinct pleasure of talking to recent alumni of the program on a regular basis to hear about their fascinating career pathways following graduation. …

By Liz Copland
Liz Copland Academic Adviser
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Explore careers in science through local events and lectures

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If you are just diving into the wide world of science careers, explore your options (and learn really cool science) through local science meetup groups, lectures, and events outside of the classroom. A few to get you started—and then check …

By Catherine Basl
Catherine Basl Career Counselor Catherine Basl
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How to improve your communication skills and get paid doing it

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What if you could get paid, or earn free stuff to talk about products, games, websites, or applications you use on a regular basis?

I remember as a graduate student how difficult it was to identify and secure survey participants …

By Tina Adelstein
Tina Adelstein Career Counselor Tina Adelstein
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Explore and connect with careers in the arts or museums

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Are you new to campus or freshly returned from summer break? Looking for a place to plug into the creative arts community? Look no further than your own School of Art + Art History + Design. Follow the Facebook page …

By Shannon Merchant
Shannon Merchant Career Counselor Shannon Merchant
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Putting “you” in your UW education

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As students, you always have to find a complicated and challenging balance in your work here at UW: how much of this are you doing because you like it, and how much of this are you doing out of obligation? …

By Matt Erickson
Matt Erickson College to Career Initiatives/C21
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Internships in LGBTQIA+activism 2016-2017: apply today!

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Want to advocate for diversity and equity while developing transferable professional skills? Need an internship to help pad the resume before you leave UW?   Then apply for one of the five internships being offered by the Queer Student Commission for …

By Jon Olivera
Jon Olivera Career Counselor Jon Olivera
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Engineering majors broken down for you

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The Career Center @ Engineering (CC@E) has broken down the different areas of engineering to help you understand career opportunities and paths within this broad field.

Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering

The world of aerospace engineering is dynamic and forward-driven as it addresses …

By Shannon Merchant
Shannon Merchant Career Counselor Shannon Merchant
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Geography + GIS internship information

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As a Geography or GIS major, your path may be focused on a specific career, or you may feel you have a wide array of professional options.  Either way, an internship can be an important piece in the career planning puzzle.  …

By Alison McCarty
Alison McCarty Career Counselor Alison McCarty
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New fellowship coming for students and staff: NASPA Undergraduate Fellowship Program

For those interested in creating greater diversity in higher education, do not pass up on the chance to apply for the NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program (NUFP) this fall. Rooted in mentorship, the NUFP aims to increase the number of underrepresented …

By Jon Olivera
Jon Olivera Career Counselor Jon Olivera
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