Sparking Climate Connections: UW Lightning Talks on Climate Change [Dec 1]

The EarthLab Advisory Board of Deans invites you to participate in an exciting two-part event bringing the rich variety of climate change research happening across UW together in one afternoon. We envision this as a starting point of connection, from …

By Meaghan Wood (She/Her)
Meaghan Wood (She/Her) Career Coach
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Making Cities More Equitable: Meet Davon Woodard (People of UW)

Read the full article by Nicole Reeve-Parker on the WholeU website. Start reading below…

Davon Woodard is an urban guy.

Though he spent a few years during grad school in Blacksburg, Virginia—a small college town in the Appalachian Mountains, home …

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Meaghan Wood (She/Her) Career Coach
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Overview of the Medical School Application by UPREP: A Workshop

What is UPREP?: UPREP is a collaborative project between the Office of Healthcare Equity and student affinity groups. UPREP offers monthly workshops to underrepresented minority students and other aspiring future applicants who are interested in pursuing a career in medicine. Workshop focus …

By Lily Burnstein (She/Her)
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UW Law | Student Spotlight: Annalyse Harris

To read the full spotlight article and watch the accompanying video, visit the UW Law blog page. Start reading below…

After a year in Miami, Florida at St. Thomas University College of Law, Annalyse Harris, 2L, decided to switch things …

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Meaghan Wood (She/Her) Career Coach
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Summer Volunteering + Outreach in Emergency Medicine @ New York University (NYU) – applications open now

The NYU Robert I. Grossman’s School of Medicine in the Ronald O. Perelman Department of Emergency Medicine has opened their applications for their summer Volunteering and Outreach opportunities Outreach and Volunteer Programs. There are four available programs with more information …

By Lily Burnstein (She/Her)
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Handshake: How to intern—and get an offer!—at Disney, General Mills and Chevron

Handshake spoke with recruiting leaders at Disney, General Mills and Chevron to hear their insider take on what it takes to succeed as an intern at these companies. All three have thriving internship programs and recruit full-time hires from their …

By Lindsay Smith (She/Her)
Lindsay Smith (She/Her) Handshake Experience Manager
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Internship Corner – Student Quote

“My internship has confirmed my plans for the future. Since my major was liberal arts, I was nervous going into Marketing. I knew I wanted to do a liberal arts undergrad, because I wanted to go to grad school for …

By Daniel Herb (He/Him)
Daniel Herb (He/Him) Internship Success Manager
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Building a Movement (BAM) Labor *Paid* Internship

The Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies’  Building A Movement (BAM) Labor Internship is a paid internship program that connects undergraduate students at the University of Washington with the local labor movement.

Students who are invested in labor and social …

By Lily Burnstein (She/Her)
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With 5,900 tech jobs already gone, a Seattle correction looks real (The Seattle Times)

The following excerpt is from this Seattle Times article written by Paul Roberts.

The string of layoff announcements by Amazon and other Seattle-area tech employers has many asking whether the tech industry is bound for a major correction and even …

By Paul Roberts
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Community Health Fellowship Gap Year Program: Project Horshoe Farm

Project Horseshoe Farm is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with sites in Greensboro and Marion, Alabama and Pomona, California. HSF offers service and support programs to improve the health and quality of life of adults and children in our partner communities. 

By Lily Burnstein (She/Her)
Lily Burnstein (She/Her)
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