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Find Purpose

Some students come to college knowing exactly what they want to do and never waver.  Others have virtually no idea what they want to do because everything (or nothing!) seems to interest them.  Many have an initial plan in mind but decide they want to look around and explore other options as they move through college.

All of these scenarios are normal!

Our hope is that all Huskies figure out a path that aligns with their interests, values, and talents.  PathwayU is a great place to start.  Take 4 assessments to gain insights on your interests, values, personality, and workplace preferences.  Then, explore UW majors, career paths, and internships that align with your unique gifts and purpose.   All in one platform!

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Featured Resources

PathwayU

Discover your purpose and connect it to college and careers.  Take assessments to gain insights into your interests, values, personality, …

WOIS CIS360

WOIS stands for the Washington Occupational Information System.  Updated in 2022, the CIS 360 version allows you to take career …

Career Planning Worksheets

Use these to reflect on where you’re currently at in your career exploration process and learn about helpful resources for …

DawgPath

DawgPath is a data-driven planning tool offered by UW-IT that students can use to search for courses and majors offered …

Forage

Participate in job simulations with real companies to build skills, get experience, and find your career fit.

Forage is a …

UW Majors & Holland Types

According to Dr. John Holland’s RIASEC theory, both people and majors can be classified according to six basic types: Realistic, …

Connect UW to Career

Learn about your preferences and how they might relate to major and career pathways.

Candid Career

Candid Career currently features a video library of 6,000+ career clips.  Candid Career’s mission has always been to provide honest career information, …

Vault

Whether you are a first year student beginning your journey and exploring your options, or a recent graduate looking to …

UW Alumni Career Outcomes

The information below is based on data collected from Huskies starting just prior to graduation up until 7 months following graduation.  Also known as Next Destination, the data provide a snapshot of UW-Seattle undergraduates’ success following degree completion.  This information is collected by the Career & Internship Center, the Office of Educational Assessment and various academic units in accordance with national standards.

Knowledge rates: Class of 2018 – 25%, Class of 2019 – 51%, Class of 2020 – 47%, Class of 2021 – 41%, Class of 2022 – 58%.  The knowledge rate in 2022 jumped because we scraped LinkedIn.  Knowledge rates vary widely among colleges and departments.

For additional information, check out our Job Trends & Salaries page.

  • Next Destination
  • Top Employers
  • Employment Locations
  • Job Titles
  • Relation to Career Goal
  • Internship Participation
  • Top Universities
  • Degree Types
  • Fields of Study

Next Destination

Huskies pursue an array of plans after graduation.  This graph depicts what recent graduates are doing within a few months after degree completion.