“Don’t fret for the future”

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The UW Daily recently sat down with career coach Patrick Chidsey to discuss career services for new students to new grads.

Link to this article found here!

By Patrick Chidsey
Patrick Chidsey Associate Director & Career Coach Patrick Chidsey
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Employer Education webinars – fun in the sun!

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Like many of you, we don’t take summers “off” – we just shift gears a bit!  We’re proud to be hosting several Employer Education webinars during the coming months, and we’d love for you to join us for one or …

By Emma O'Neill-Myers
Emma O'Neill-Myers Associate Director of Employer Relations Emma O
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How to get a job after graduation: ten tips to stand out and get noticed

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Excellent article by Lindsey Pollak found here.

Lindsey Pollak frequency writes about LinkedIn, and is a Multigenerational Workplace Expert & Keynote Speaker, NYT Bestselling Author & Millennial Advocate.

Congrats grads!

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 that research skills are very much needed in the field. I worked with data, summarized results, and wrote a report with conclusions and recommendations. I learned all those skills because of the reports I’ve written throughout …

By Briana Randall
Briana Randall Director, Internship Project Briana Randall
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Thinking about career at the end of your first year

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The UW Daily sat down with career coach Caitlin Goldbaum to talk about how first year students can start career exploration and set themselves up for success.

The Daily: To start off, broadly, what kinds of ideas should freshmen …

By Caitlin Goldbaum
Caitlin Goldbaum Career Coach Caitlin Goldbaum
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Have some extra time this summer? Here are some suggestions to stay busy.

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So you’ve been focused on school so much you forgot to apply for an internship or you haven’t had time to do some summer job searching.  No big deal, here are some things you can start doing once the mayhem …

By Jon Olivera
Jon Olivera Career Coach Jon Olivera
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Volunteer opportunities: Restoration and conservation

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If you are a student interested in the environment and sustainability, the beautiful Pacific Northwest is a great place to be! Volunteering can be an excellent way to check out the Seattle area, explore career possibilities, meet new people, and …

By Alison McCarty
Alison McCarty Career Coach Alison McCarty
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How to land a job in tech

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One of the most exciting industries around, the tech industry has built its reputation on growth and innovation. This is great news for recent grads who are passionate about technology and interested in contributing to its development. To find out …

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How to get the job you really want

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When it comes to looking for a job, identifying the type of job you want is the single most important thing you can do. This will make it easier to be effective in your job search while also ensuring that …

By WayUp Guide
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Exploring employers in life science and biomedical research

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Here in Seattle, there’s a lot of research activity.  Experts are leading projects and students are building their research skills, experiences and networks in labs and on projects all throughout the UW and in well-known local employers like Fred Hutch …

By Patrick Chidsey
Patrick Chidsey Associate Director & Career Coach Patrick Chidsey
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