We at the UW Career & Internship Center are committed to helping all disabled, D/deaf and neurodivergent-identifying students find satisfying experiential learning opportunities and gainful employment. To this end, we’ve compiled a list of resources for you, both on and off campus, which we hope will help answer questions you may have about disclosure, accommodations, your legal rights, and ways your employer can support you. This list is by no means exhaustive. We’ve also provided some sites where you can expand upon your search for a job or internship and learn more about finding support in the workplace. Finally, we encourage you to schedule a 30-minute appointment with one of our career coaches, which you can do on Handshake. We are here to assist you with every step of this process.
While LinkedIn provides an organized, standardized online platform with which to represent yourself professionally, perhaps your body of work is more visual in nature and cannot be fully displayed there. In that case, regardless of your major, but especially if …
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2020
UW Intellectual House
4249 Whitman Court
Seattle, WA 98195
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Who is Our Interviewee
Kim Braun from Spokane, WA. Class of 2012. Bachelor of Arts in Italian Studies. Currently lives in NYC.
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Mayor Durkan is Seeking Passionate and Committed Youth for Mayor’s Youth Climate Council
Mayor Durkan is creating an opportunity for young leaders to continue building their own capacity as advocates, shape new ideas for policies and programs to stem …
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Effie Collegiate United States has announced its Call for Entry for the 2020 Effie Collegiate Brand Challenge, …