Five steps for interview success

5 steps

“Tell me about a time you had to deal with uncertainty.”

Interview season is upon us, and behavior-based interview questions like this are a staple. Hopefully you are using the STAR method (explaining clearly the Situation, Task, Actions, and Results) …

By Chris Armstrong
Chris Armstrong Internship Coordinator
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Angling towards a teaching career? Sign up for the Community Literacy Program offered by the English Department to explore the profession!


If you want to become a high school teacher in the Seattle area take advantage of this unique opportunity.  The Community Literacy Program is essentially a writing course (you get “C” or “W” credit) on cross cultural communication with a …

By Jon Olivera
Jon Olivera Career Counselor
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Free summit and networking to address social justice and public policy


Interested to explore how your interests in public policy and social justice can intersect in a career? Perhaps you already know, and you want to mingle with professionals working in the field. Join a student group of the Evans School of …

By Shannon Merchant
Shannon Merchant Career Counselor
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Apply to be a Peer Health Educator for 2017-2018

Health and Wellness PHEs

The Peer Health Educators (PHEs) aim to bridge the gap between students and on campus health resources. They are a group of dedicated student volunteers from a variety of majors and departments who are passionate about a wide array of …

By Shannon Merchant
Shannon Merchant Career Counselor
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Insider LinkedIn best practices


Over 470 million users are registered on LinkedIn, so what makes one profile stand out above the rest? Follow these LinkedIn best practices to ensure yours is optimized for recruiters!

Best Practice #1 – Include a profile photo!

This may …

By Kristen Decker
Kristen Decker HuskyJobs Manager
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