The Career & Internship Center employs eleven staff in 134 Mary Gates Hall.
We have a vision to empower students to discover and pursue a path to a fulfilling career, so they can make their own unique marks on the world. We are dedicated to educating and supporting students as they explore and choose academic majors and career options, obtain and reflect upon career-related experiences, develop professional presence and essential skills for workplace success, and launch post-graduation career plans, including graduate/professional school and employment.
Part of our team works directly with students and recent graduates – providing information and advice on a range of career development and job search topics. Part of our team works directly with employers – interacting with them through our online jobs board, campus interview program, career fairs, and panels.
We also care deeply about everything internships related (see: Jerry Baldasty Internship Project), employ student workers and graduate interns who assist with every facet of our operation and also host the Peace Corps in our center.
For a deeper look into what we are proud of, please see the following:
- Career & Internship Center: Activities & Data [2017-18]
- How we can help Huskies
- Get to know the Career & Internship Center