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Get Involved

The Career & Internship Center equips Huskies to integrate their holistic UW experience and create boundless futures.

Our vision is that all Huskies graduate with the skills, experience, professional connections, and academic knowledge to pursue careers that lead to personal fulfilment, financial wellness, positive contributions to workplaces and communities, and continued engagement with the UW family.

Through our Elevating Career initiative, we partner with a range of stakeholders in pursuit of our vision. We view alumni and community members as critical to this effort and hope this page inspires you to join us in helping Huskies become career-ready. If you have questions, please email Briana Randall at brianakr@uw.edu.

Find What You Need:

  Helping Students through your Time, Talent, and Experience
  Helping Students by Donating to the Career & Internship Center
  Featured Programs
  Helping Students Expand Their Network
  Our Impact – In the Words of Students
  Our Impact – By the Numbers
  Our Impact – Husky Career Outcomes
  Sign Up for Updates

Helping Students through your Time, Talent, and Experience

Share Your Experience

Students benefit tremendously from hearing alumni stories and advice – through blog posts, podcasts, panels, job shadows, and more.  Please …

Hire a Husky Intern

Opportunities to learn outside the classroom are a critical component of a college education.  Internships provide a powerful mechanism for …

Hire a New UW Graduate

Connecting with the University of Washington on Handshake will allow you to post jobs and internships completely free of charge to …

Helping Students by Donating to the Career & Internship Center

Your support makes it possible for the Career & Internship Center to provide innovative wraparound programming for students, enabling them to build the skills, experiences, and relationships necessary for career success. Here are just a few examples of the kind of initiatives that donor support helps fuel:

Helping Students Expand Their Network

Sarah Tam

Alumni Profiles
  • California, USA
  • Digital Marketing Specialist D-Wave Systems Inc.

Burt Edwards

Alumni Profiles
  • Portland, OR
  • Communications Director Friends of the Columbia Gorge

Erica Bernklau

Alumni Profiles
  • Munich, Germany
  • Manager, International Expansion Customer & Seller Experience Strategy Amazon

Abby Anderson

Alumni Profiles
  • Seattle, WA
  • Disease Research and Investigation Specialist Seattle & King County Public Health

Schuyler Dunphy

Alumni Profiles
  • Seattle, WA
  • Company Owner Seattle Tutoring Services

Kevin Toovey

Alumni Profiles
  • Seattle, WA
  • Salesforce Program Manager Citibank N.A.

Jorie Fernandez

Alumni Profiles
  • Seattle, WA
  • Software Development Engineer Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Ameen Tabatabai

Alumni Profiles
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Associate Director, Strategy & Analytics MindShare

Madeline Sayed

Alumni Profiles
  • Seattle, WA
  • Education Program Coordinator Harborview Medical Center, Department of Emergency Medicine

Yolanda Eng

Alumni Profiles
  • Seattle, WA
  • Associate Director of Membership University of Washington

Abhishake Behl

Alumni Profiles
  • Denver, CO
  • Sr Project Controls Engineer Cureton midstream

Courtney Herndon

Alumni Profiles
  • Boston, MA
  • Associate Attorney Mintz Levin

Inspire Students by Joining Husky Landing!

Our Impact – In the Words of Students

“What started out as a curiosity about the tech industry and where I would fit in it turned into a serious consideration of how this may be the direction I want my life to head towards. At the very least, the anxiety-inducing uncertainty I had about my future career paths has been calmed a bit by the Industry Mentorship Program cause now I know that this is a legitimate and practical possibility that I could pursue if I wished to do so – this is the first time I have felt secure about my future career paths in this way…”

“My campus-based internship was an amazing opportunity to apply everything that I was learning in class in a professional environment, while at the same time improving skills that are key in an office setting.”

“I certainly could not have afforded to devote the whole summer to this kind of project without the support of the Scholarship for Unpaid Internships.”

Our Impact – By the Numbers


15,004 contacts with 8,859 students


209,000 visitors made 357,000 visits


34,530 jobs & 12,376 internships


69,715 for jobs & 103,926 for internships

Our Impact - Husky 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.  The response rate was 25% for the class of 2018, 51% for the class of 2019, 47% for the class of 2020, and 41% for the class of 2021.  Response rates vary among colleges and departments.

  • 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.

Sign Up for Updates

Sign up for updates, news, and opportunities to support long-term student success by getting involved with the UW Career & Internship Center!