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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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Informational Interviews & Networking

Provides tips on what steps to take to talk to individuals in your career field of interest.

Nethubb  

Nethubb makes it easy to start building your professional network to be discovered for career opportunities. They provide you the …

Where to Access Laptops & Wifi

Are you participating in virtual interviews or virtual career fairs, but aren’t sure how to access tech, wifi or quiet …

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 …

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Alumni Career Network

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Stephen Burford

Alumni Profiles
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Luz Mendoza Garcia

Alumni Profiles
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Vincent Huynh

Alumni Profiles
  • Structural Engineer Lund Opsahl
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Kalina Luong

Alumni Profiles
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Ingrid Marie Harbour

Alumni Profiles
  • Member IM Arts Group LLC
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Owen Ishii

Alumni Profiles
  • Marketing and Communications Officer Japan National Tourism Organization
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Minh Bui

Alumni Profiles
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Charlie Stebbins

Alumni Profiles
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Luke Noury

Alumni Profiles
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Maria Reissaus

Alumni Profiles
  • Program Director The American Academy of Diplomacy
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Sean Newell

Alumni Profiles
  • Chief, National Security Cyber Section, National Security Division United States Department of Justice
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