How employers look for evidence of skills

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Ever wonder how employers look at your resume to find evidence of skills?

Employers look for experiences that show both depth of contributions (what you did) and duration (how long you did it for). So an internship project that lasted …

By Catherine Basl
Catherine Basl Career Counselor Catherine Basl
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UW neurological surgery summer student program

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The UW Department of Neurological Surgery (UW Medicine) is promoting an excellent opportunity for students.

UW Medicine Department of Neurological Surgery Summer Student Program

Our program’s mission is to recruit and educate a wide spectrum of students from …

By Patrick Chidsey
Patrick Chidsey Associate Director & Career Coach Patrick Chidsey
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One week left to apply for Huskies@Work job shadowing program!

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Undergraduates exploring career possibilities: take advantage of this opportunity provided by the UW Alumni Association.  If you are curious about particular careers or occupations, find out what they are like through hands-on shadowing experience taking place in November.  Applications are …

By Jon Olivera
Jon Olivera Career Coach Jon Olivera
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Working at a tech company as a person of color

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[Writer’s Note: This is the first in a series of LinkedIn articles about my personal and professional growth through my  time as a content publishing intern at Microsoft. I also explore how this experience is influenced by my identity as …

By Aleenah Ansari
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Exploring employers in life science and biomedical research

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Here in Seattle, there’s a lot of research activity.  Experts are leading projects and students are building their research skills, experiences and networks in labs and on projects all throughout the UW and in well-known local employers like Fred Hutch …

By Patrick Chidsey
Patrick Chidsey Associate Director & Career Coach Patrick Chidsey
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