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Build Relationships (networking)

Human connections are important for health, mental health, identity…and, yes, career development.  By talking with others – alumni, employees, faculty, friends of friends, etc. – you can learn about careers you’ve never heard of, get advice on making yourself competitive, learn of upcoming internship and job openings, and so much more.

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Featured Classes

Industry Mentorship Program (Gen St 349)

Prof. Career & Internship Center
Students will: participate in small group mentoring sessions (4-6 students per mentor); gain insight and guidance about a particular industry;…

Build Relationships

Short videos (2-3 minutes) and courses (29-49 minutes) to learn tips for building professional relationships. Click here to view the collection…

Featured Resources

Informational Interviews & Networking

This is a great resource to help you as you start to build your network. Provides tips on what steps …

UW Alumni on LinkedIn

Use this incredible tool to explore UW alumni career paths, expand your network and see what is possible in connecting …

UW Alumni Association

UW alumni are passionate. Passionate about possibility, passionate about community and passionate about purple and gold. Sharing a connection across …

Vault Guide to Networking

When it comes to job success, it’s not only what you know: it’s who you know. Every year employers fill …

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Alumni Career Network

  • New York, NY
  • Senior Market Planning Manager (TLA) Starbucks
  • Mukilteo, WA
  • Tutor Varsity Tutors
  • San Francisco, CA
  • Writer Self Employed
  • Olympia, WA
  • N/A N/A
  • Austin, TX
  • Bridging Barriers Events Program Coordinator The University of Texas at Austin
  • Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Subject Matter Expert - CRM Anabatic Technologies
  • Seattle, WA
  • Resident Advisor University of Washington
  • Seattle, WA
  • Sr. Manager, Product Management T-Mobile
  • Seattle, WA
  • Associate Professor Of Accounting City University of Seattle
  • Seattle, WA
  • Supply Analytics Manager Expedia Group,
  • Washington, DC
  • Manager of Government & External Affairs Cato Institute

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