How Emerging Technologies Are Shaping the Future of Healthcare

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Imagine a world where complex health issues can be solved or prevented with relative ease. As lifespan increases, technology innovators race to outpace the growing demands of the planet’s expanding population.  Medical …

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Ready, set…..Fall recruiting!

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Did you know that a number of employers’ Fall recruiting activity has already started?  And that Fall recruiting periods are often recruiting talent for Summer 2020 internships or full-time jobs?Well, it’s true (if a bit wild).  Employers like Microsoft, Goldman …

By Emma O'Neill-Myers (She/Her)
Emma O'Neill-Myers (She/Her) Associate Director of Employer & Student Engagement Emma O
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International career course – Globalizing Your Career: London and Paris

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As leading cities in Europe and the world, London and Paris are the ideal introduction to navigating the global economy. Open to all UW students, this course is ideal for those interested in either working abroad or preparing to work …

By Jessie Smith (She/Her)
Jessie Smith (She/Her) Assistant Director of Employer & Student Engagement Jessie Smith (She/Her)
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Career Exploration for Transfer Students

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Are you an incoming transfer student wanting to get a head start on your future career? Check out General Studies 297 I: Career Exploration for Transfer Students!

As a first year transfer student, you bring a unique combination of skills …

By Caitlin Goldbaum
Caitlin Goldbaum Career Coach Caitlin Goldbaum
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“Ask an Alum” Journalism student to Non-Profit Program Manager

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Joseph C. Denton graduated from University of Washington-Seattle in 2016 with a degree in Journalism. While at UW, Joseph built his network by being involved in many different opportunities &  internships on campus. Joseph now resides in Tacoma and works …

By Izzy Wroblewski
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Connect to the Seattle arts community


Many Huskies want to stay in the Seattle area after they graduate, and the city of Seattle has many resources and opportunities for the arts & creative community! The Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) functions as the overseer and …

By Caitlin Goldbaum
Caitlin Goldbaum Career Coach Caitlin Goldbaum
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Digital portfolios for creative careers

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As a creative, employers need to see your creative vision and examples of your work to determine if you’re a fit for what they need. In order to do this, you should consider creating a portfolio of your work where …

By Shannon Merchant
Shannon Merchant Career Counselor Shannon Merchant
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Tips for a successful career 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. I’m always …

By Liz Copland
Liz Copland Academic Adviser
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Target your resume!


Are you job or internship searching?  If so, check out this new tool (Targeted Resume)  available for UW students.  This “AI-powered platform analyzes the job description and identifies important keywords and skills missing from your resume. Learn how to tailor …

By Patrick Chidsey
Patrick Chidsey Associate Director & Career Coach Patrick Chidsey
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Getting started with LinkedIn


Looking for a summer project to kickstart your networking skills? Consider setting up a LinkedIn profile and arranging some career conversations with UW alumni. Here are a few tips to get you started.

Tip #1: You don’t need a fancy …

By Caitlin Goldbaum
Caitlin Goldbaum Career Coach Caitlin Goldbaum
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