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Paid internships and scholarships from Green Diamond Resource Company

Check out the attached flyers for paid internships and scholarships with the Green Diamond Resource Company!

Students can apply by submitting their resume, cover letter and application to wajobs@greendiamond.com.

JD INTERN_Forestry Intern 2017-02-03.pdf
Forestry Intern Coversheet.pdf
GDRCo Opportunity Internship-Scholarship Application.docx

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Paid Summer Internship with Heronswood Garden

Heronswood Garden Horticultural Internship Program

Summer 2017


Heronswood Garden Horticultural Internships provide candidates the opportunity to expand their horticultural and plant identification knowledge, improve their gardening skills and use of horticultural tools and equipment, and develop their professional network. Interns work under the direction of Garden Director Dan Hinkley and alongside highly experienced professional gardeners in a working botanical garden.

Internships run three months, compensation $10/hour, and include free accommodations at the Garden. We will work with a candidate’s school calendar as needed.

Applications must be submitted to the address provided in the attached flyer by March 31st, 2017.

Find more info in the attached flyer!

Internship_App2017.pdf

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Field Ecology Internships 2017 (HilleRisLambers lab) at Mt. Rainier and North Cascades National Park

Mt. Rainier & North Cascades Field Internship Opportunities (2017)

HilleRisLambers Lab, University of Washington (Seattle)

The HilleRisLambers lab at University of Washington is looking for 5-6 undergraduate research assistants to help us conduct research at Mt. Rainier and North Cascades National Park this summer (2017). We study how rising temperatures and declining snow accumulation (i.e. climate change) will affect the forests and wildflower meadows of Washington, and are looking for enthusiastic and hard-working interns to assist us with 3 projects:

1) How will population dynamics be altered by climate change? To address this question, we have been collecting demographic data (since 1978) for tree populations in 18 stands within Mt. Rainier National Park.

2) What is the relationship between climate and wildflower phenology? We have established a citizen science program (MeadoWatch) which engages citizen scientists in collecting wildflower phenology data.

3) How will climate change influence communities? In collaboration with Dr. Amy Angert (UBC), we are resurveying communities at locations first surveyed in the late 70’s / early 80’s, and additionally establishing seed addition experiments in and around Mt. Rainier and North Cascades National Park.
FieldInternshipPositions_2017.pdf

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Spring Break 2017 Planting Poster

Spring Break planting opportunity at Pack Forest!

Housing and stipend provided. See attachment for details.
Spring Break 2017 Flyer_Alternate_w_quotes.pdf

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Natural Resources Career Fair TODAY, 1:00-4:00 pm in Anderson 207

Today the Society of American Foresters – UW Student Chapter will be hosting its 3rd annual Natural Resources Career Fair in the Forest Club Room from 1 to 4 p.m.!

SEFS master’s student Cole Gross, who is organizing the fair this year, has signed up 17 agencies and organizations, ranging from Weyerhaeuser and the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife, to King County Parks and The Nature Conservancy.

The fair will be a fun, informational and interactive process that will allow you to introduce yourself to these potential employers and learn about a wide range of opportunities in natural resource fields. You can come for any length of time during the three hours, and there will be periodic raffle giveaways (including several REI gift cards!), as well as free refreshments and snacks.

So update your résumé, do your research, and come learn about some great internship and career possibilities!

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Try Out Farming in 2017 – Internship Positions Open

ROLLING APPLICATION PERIOD! APPLY NOW AS OPPORTUNITIES ARE FILLING UP!

Rogue Farm Corps is the only organization in Oregon that offers structured, entry-level and advanced farmer education and training programs rooted in real-world farm businesses. We work with more than 20 host farms located in the Rogue Valley, the Portland Metro Area, the South Willamette Valley, and Central Oregon and offer experiences with vegetable production, animal husbandry, dairy, and more. For complete program descriptions, information on our host farms, and applications: http://roguefarmcorps.org

Here’s a link to our video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3YjqMX8QPY&feature=youtu.be

FarmsNext is a full season entry-level residential internship program that combines hands-on training and skills-based education in sustainable agriculture.

As a student intern, you will live and learn on a host farm, receiving up to 1,500 hours of on-farm training and learning in-depth skills from your mentor. Your residential farm training experience is combined with farm tours, classes, and discussion circles throughout the region, as well as opportunities for independent study. Interns are exposed to a vast array of knowledge and expertise by engaging in the daily life of vibrant, agricultural communities.

The FarmsNOW apprenticeship program is for those with farming experience, who are seeking mastery in the art and business of sustainable agriculture. Hands-on training, classes, seminars, and guidance on farm business development will help you gain the skills to plan, design, and run integrated farming systems on your own.

This full-immersion program is designed those who have completed the FarmsNext internship program, or have two years of on-farm experience. You will live and learn on a host farm, receive up to two seasons of on-farm training, and learn in-depth skills from their mentor farmer.

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INTERNSHIP – Mt. Cuba Center Arboriculture internship

Arboriculture Internship

Come study at Mt. Cuba Center, a premier botanical garden, where we embrace ecological gardening and celebrate native plants. Gain hands-on experience in your specific internship area while working one-on-one with our professional staff. Participate in group projects, educational programming, plant identification classes, and trips to other local horticultural organizations. Each intern will maintain a field notebook throughout the summer for review. The program runs from May 22 – August 11, 2017. Visit http://mtcubacenter.org/employment/internship-program/ for more information and to apply online.

Learn first-hand how Mt. Cuba Center’s arborists manage our extensive collection of trees from planting to removal. Work in our gardens and natural lands areas on tasks including tree pruning, removals, groundwork, and risk assessment. Develop skills in plant health care, mapping, and record keeping. Learn how to use arboricultural equipment including ropes, knots, pole saws, and pruners. Optional training may include climbing (small trees) and the operation of a chainsaw and/or chipper.

Qualifications

Undergraduates planning to pursue a career or advanced degree in horticulture, plant science, landscape design/architecture, land management, ecology or a related field are welcome to apply. We prefer applicants who have completed their junior year prior to the start of the internship.

Compensation

Pay is $11/hour for a 40-hour work week and on-site housing is optional. Interns may take limited non-paid vacation during their internship. Academic credit is possible but must be coordinated with the student’s college or university.

How to Apply

Please visithttp://mtcubacenter.org/employment/internship-program/ for more information and to apply online.

Application deadline is March 1, 2017 but please apply early.

Interviews will begin in early 2017, as applications are received, and will continue until positions are filled.

For more information email internships@mtcubacenter.org or call 302-239-8886.

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Summer Internship Opportunity with IHME

 

The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) has an internship opportunity for undergraduate students!

The IHME Internship is a structured program in which undergraduates can receive professional experience as well as education and training opportunities to enhance career readiness. This internship provides a unique opportunity for undergraduates to work in a dynamic and agile organization at the intersection of nonprofit work, technology development, academia, and research. Interns will have the opportunity to contribute to mission-critical work, learn from experts in the field, and interact with diverse and international staff.

IHME will offer internships in the following areas:

  1. Research
  2. Global Engagement
  3. Technology
  4. Financial Planning

Each area will provide a unique and customized experience where individuals have the opportunity to explore a specific professional domain, participate in collaborative projects, receive mentorship from experts, and learn a new set of skills and knowledge. Interns get hands-on opportunities to work on projects that are mission-critical to the success of our research and expansion of our organization. The IHME internship program is designed as an experiential learning opportunity intended to enhance personal growth, career development, and academic achievement.

Learn more about this opportunity here!

Apply here!

Questions? Contact IHMEinterns

Sean Lassiter

Education Program Manager

Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation | University of Washington

2301 5th Avenue, Suite 600 | Seattle, WA 98121

Tel: +1-206-897-2832 | Fax: +1-206-897-2899 | Campus Mailbox: 358210

seanpl | http://www.healthdata.org

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Environmental Career Fair at 11-2 on Wednesday, Feb. 22nd in MGH

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Mary Gates Hall Commons, UW Seattle Campus
Hosted by the UW College of the Environment

 

Step up your job search game by attending the 2017 UW Environmental Career Fair!

Wednesday, February 22, 2017
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Mary Gates Hall Commons, UW Seattle Campus
Hosted by the UW College of the Environment


Confirmed Employers
  • 3Degrees
  • A.I.S. Inc.
  • Alderleaf Wilderness College
  • Associated Recreation Council
  • Colville Confederated Tribes
  • Fund for the Public Interest
  • HDR Engineering
  • Integral Consulting
  • IslandWood
  • King County Parks and Recreation
  • King County Water and Land Resources Division
  • National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • NewFields
  • NOAA’s Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary
  • North Cascades Institute
  • Pacific Marine Research
  • Pacific Science Center
  • PIRG Campus Action
  • Port of Seattle
  • Seattle Aquarium
  • Seward Park Audubon Center
  • Snohomish County
  • Solar Washington
  • SouthEarth Strategies, Inc.
  • Student Conservation Association
  • Taylor Shellfish
  • Trident Seafoods
  • US Fish and Wildlife Service
  • USDA NRCS
  • Washington Conservation Corps
  • Waste Management
  • West Sound Wildlife Shelter
  • Wilderness Awareness School
Be sure to update your resume and prepare to meet employers!
What to Expect
  • Explore post-graduation opportunities and learn more about the skills, education, and experience needed to land your dream job
  • Connect with potential employers and build your network for future career exploration
  • Share your resume with employers
  • Get Hired for internships and careers in environmental fields and discover volunteer opportunities or unpaid internships which build practical skills, allow you to network, and provide experience needed to advance your career
Make the Career Fair a Success!
  • Do your research – Review the organization’s website before the career fair so your questions are specific
  • Dress professionally – First impressions are important
  • Introduce yourself – Work on your brief elevator pitch and tell them what skills, education, and experience you have. Be specific about how these skills relate to the organization or position that you are pursuing.
  • Leave them with something – Provide them with your resume and contact information
  • Follow up – Ask for a business card or contact information and follow up with employers after the fair to thank them for their time and remind them of your interest.

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Advanced Computing for Earth Sciences (ACES) summer school/paid internships

Advanced Computing for Earth Sciences (ACES) summer school/paid internships

Advanced Computing for Earth Sciences (ACES), sponsored by the University of Virginia Advanced Research Computing Services (ARCS) group, NASA, and U.Va.’s Department of Environmental Sciences, is an exciting opportunity for students interested in computational modeling for atmospheric, ocean, climate, geophysical, and other Earth sciences. Students enrolled in the ACES program acquire hands-on application computing experience as well as training in the essentials of software engineering and high-performance computing.

A total of 20 students will be selected to attend the summer school on grounds at the University of Virginia. They will then be placed in 8-week paid internship programs at various NASA research centers across the country. Some previous programming experience is helpful but is not required. Students with advanced computer science skills who are interested in applications for Earth sciences are also encouraged to apply. Those admitted to the summer school will be provided housing, two meals per day during the work week, and a generous stipend for all other meals. Travel expenses are covered for up to a maximum of $750 per student. Only U.S. citizens are eligible to apply. We accept graduate students and undergraduates who will be completing their third or fourth years of study.

Important Dates for ACES 2017:

Application Deadline: March 1

Summer School: May31-June16

Internships: June 19-August 11

APPLY TODAY!

arcs.virginia.edu/aces

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REU: Paid summer research opportunities at University of Virginia’s historic Blandy Experimental Farm

National Science Foundation (NSF)

Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)

Each year the National Science Foundation supports an 11-week Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program at Blandy (May 22-August 4, 2017). This nationally recognized program enables students from around the country to participate in faculty-mentored research in ecology and the environmental sciences.

The University of Virginia’s Blandy Experimental Farm is approximately 90 miles north of Charlottesville and 70 miles west of Washington, D.C. History and science converge at Blandy, with more than 700 acres of forests, fields, and the State Arboretum of Virginia. Opportunities for study include independent or supervised research, and involvement in environmental education and outreach programs.

Application deadline: March 1, 2017


Undergraduate Research Fellowships

Students receive free housing plus a stipend and food subsidy totaling more than $7,000. Projects may involve educational outreach. Ten Undergraduate Fellowships are available each year, awarded on a competitive basis.

Graduate Fellowships

Summer stipends and on-site housing are available for graduate or post-doctoral students proposing original research that uses our resources and facilities and that contributes to the ongoing science program at the station. Up to 10 summer Graduate Fellowships are available each year.


Application materials and complete program descriptions may be found on the Blandy website: http://www.blandy.virginia.edu/

For more information:

Call: 540-837-1758 Ext. 292

Email: haynes@virginia.edu

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CNLM seeks 5 AmeriCorps

CNLM is seeking 5 AmeriCorps members to fill 6-month service opportunities with the South Sound Prairies Program in Thurston and Pierce counties, WA. These five positions include an Avian Field Technician, a Seed Production Technician, a Prairie Restoration Technician, a Prairie Science Technician, and a Butterfly and Pollinator Science Technician. The service term is from February 16 to August 15, 2017. These positions are offered through and contingent on funding from Washington Service Corps (WSC). Applicants must apply through the WSC website. Please share with anyone who might be interested. For more information please see the attached position descriptions.

WSC Avian Field Technician.pdf

WSC Pollinator Science Technician.pdf

WSC Prairie Restoration Technician.pdf

WSC Prairie Science Technician.pdf

WSC Seed ProductionTechnician.pdf

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SER-UW Nursery Internships

The UW Society for Ecological Restoration is seeking two undergraduate interns for Autumn quarter. Interns will receive credit for ESRM 399 or the equivalent in their school. One intern will focus on education and another on plant propagation and production. Please see the attached flyer.

Fall 2016 Nursery Internships .pdf

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TOTAGO Internship Opportunity

You will be number 7 on our team and your job will begin with operationalizing a campaign for increasing the accessibility of the outdoors, especially for demographics with barriers to access. The initial focus will be to promote hiking by public transportation in urban areas across the globe.

This is a really cool opportunity for a student to get involved in a startup, be a part of a fledging environmental movement, and even get some money for their work.

Here is a link to the application:

https://www.looksharp.com/organizations/totago/listings/community-outreach-intern

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Immediate summer internship opportunity: field conservation course logistics

Internship Opportunity available IMMEDIATELY: California Conservation Course Field Logistics Intern

Dates: June 16 – August 14, 2016 OR June 25-August 2, 2016

The Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program (conservationscholars.ucsc.edu) at the University of California Santa Cruz is a newly founded, two-year conservation mentorship program serving undergraduates from diverse backgrounds and from throughout the U.S. and its territories. This summer, 20 Scholars in the program will participate in an intensive summer course with a 5-week travel component to reserves throughout the state. We seek an undergraduate intern to work with our field logistics coordinator during the summer portion of our field course. This is an excellent opportunity to work with the Program and to hone skills in the deployment of field-based courses, programs, and experiential education opportunities. The position will pay all travel, meal and accommodation expenses for the intern, both in Santa Cruz and during the 4-5 weeks at reserves in Big Sur, the northern Sierras, Yosemite National Park and the Santa Cruz Mountains. In addition, we can offer a modest stipend ($100/week) during the field portion of the course.

The intern will be responsible for working with the senior field logistics coordinator to manage research and field equipment, transportation, and meals during the field portion of the course (June 25 – August 2, 2016) and in the days immediately before and after. The possibility also exists to work with the course staff and students during the week prior to and the two weeks following the field portion of the course. We will invite back a successful intern from this year to take on the paid role of Field Logistics Coordinator should the current senior coordinator decline to return in summer 2016-17. The intern will also have the opportunity to participate in all professional development workshops that will be offered during the course and gain experiencing mentoring students. We can work with you to obtain credit for independent study at your home institution.

Interested students should email a resume, three references (not letters, just contact information) and a cover letter stating their interest in the internship to Dr. Justin A. Cummings (jacummin@ucsc.edu) and Dr. Erika Zavaleta (zavaleta@ucsc.edu) with the subject line UCSC Doris Duke Logistics Intern. We will consider applications as they come in and fill the position as soon as a suitable applicant is found.

Required Qualifications:
• College junior or senior
• A general interest in environmental conservation • Valid driver’s license and clean driving record • A desire to work and live closely with a team of peers and mentors • Strong communication and organizational skills
• Attention to detail

Desired Qualifications:
• Experience living, traveling, or working in remote field settings that include camping • Experience in catering, food service or cooking
• Experience with safety, first-aid and/or emergency protocols • Experience/ knowledge of basic vehicle maintenance and troubleshooting • Strong record-keeping skills and/or experience budgeting
UCSC Conservation Scholars Field Logistics Intern.docx

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Paid Tribal Internship Opportunity with the NPLCC

In partnership with the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI) and Indian Affairs Northwest, the North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative (NPLCC) is pleased to announce a tribal climate change management internship opportunity working in our Olympia, WA office.

In addition to the NPLCC position, there are 5 other tribal climate change research and management opportunities with ATNI and Bureau of Indian Affairs in Oregon and Washington. These paid internships will last 13 weeks over the summer months and candidates must currently be enrolled in graduate or undergraduate degree programs. Candidates will be considered from a range of academic backgrounds including public affairs, social policy, legal, engineering, environmental science, environmental management, or similar degree.

The intern selected to work with the NPLCC will assist in collaboration with area Tribes and First Nations to understand and adapt to our changing environment. Specific tasks include:

* Planning and support of a regional Tribe/First Nation Committee gathering
* Assisting NPLCC Science/Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Communication staff and subcommittees in improving how we connect with our Tribe and First Nation partners
* Develop strategies that improve coordination between the NPLCC and other forums that engage tribes on climate-related topics * And much more!

This partnership offers the NPLCC a great opportunity to strengthen our engagement with Tribes and First Nations and we look forward to choosing a dynamic applicant.

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Summer Career Fair – June 16th, 2-5pm

Are you about to graduate and/or looking to gain a full-time job or an undergraduate looking for a part-time or an internship opportunity? Search no more! The Career Center’s annual Summer Career Fair is a great opportunity for students of all majors and class levels from all three UW campuses to connect with corporate, small business, non-profit and government employers who are all looking to hire Huskies, like YOU!

2016 SUMMER CAREER FAIR

  • Thurs, June 16th, 2016
  • 2-5pm, HUB North Ballroom–Seattle campus
  • Bring 15-20 copies of resumes The Details
  • Open to All UW students and alumni from all 3 campuses
  • Dress code – business casual
  • Check out a list of the attending employers and details about what to expect here . A complete online guide with information on positions being hired for will be available on June 9th.

Why Attend

  • Your potential employers want to meet YOU in person. This is the best opportunity for you to make a great impression to the recruiters as many of the attending employers conduct follow-up interviews after the fair and/or participate in the On-Campus Interviews at the Career Center
  • Recruiters hire students who attend fairs. A majority of the employers who attend our Career Fairs and complete our surveys’ indicated they extended offers to candidates they met at the fair
  • Employers aren’t just looking for programmers and accountants.Many employers who attended last year’s Summer Career Fair were open to ALL MAJORS!

Interest in Volunteering at the Fair?

  • This is the perfect networking opportunity with recruiters. As a volunteer, you’ll have unparalleled access to the employers in attendance- YES, they’re all hiring! It’s the best way to connect with recruiters.
  • If you need to fulfill volunteer hour requirements, look no further! Complete your hours with flexible shifts at this high-energy event.
  • It’s FUN and a great way to be involved on campus.
  • FREE FOOD!!
  • We have shifts available from 8am-6pm, with a minimum time commitment of 2 hours. Please email Donna Chen at ccsevent with your availability for Thursday, June 16th.

Questions

· Please don’t hesitate to contact Donna Chen via email at ccsevent .

 

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Tribal Internship Opportunity with the NPLCC

NPLCC Seeks Tribal Climate Change Management Intern

In partnership with the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI) and Indian Affairs Northwest, the North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative (NPLCC) is pleased to announce a tribal climate change management internship opportunity working in our Olympia, WA office.

In addition to the NPLCC position, there are 5 other tribal climate change research and management opportunities with ATNI and Bureau of Indian Affairs in Oregon and Washington. These paid internships will last 13 weeks over the summer months and candidates must currently be enrolled in graduate or undergraduate degree programs. Candidates will be considered from a range of academic backgrounds including public affairs, social policy, legal, engineering, environmental science, environmental management, or similar degree.

The intern selected to work with the NPLCC will assist in collaboration with area Tribes and First Nations to understand and adapt to our changing environment. Specific tasks include:

  • Planning and support of a regional Tribe/First Nation Committee gathering
  • Assisting NPLCC Science/Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Communication staff and subcommittees in improving how we connect with our Tribe and First Nation partners
  • Develop strategies that improve coordination between the NPLCC and other forums that engage tribes on climate-related topics
  • And much more!

This partnership offers the NPLCC a great opportunity to strengthen our engagement with Tribes and First Nations and we look forward to choosing a dynamic applicant.

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Lighten the Load; Start Career Planning Today!

Career planning starts with just one easy trip to your Career Center. Aside from our other workshops this week, we’ve got a How to Make the Most of your Summer workshop for freshmen-juniors and the I’m Graduating … Now What? Career Meetup for seniors, both of which are great ways to kick-start your thinking. 

Upcoming graduates, please take note! **New in 2016**
Looking for one-on-one support? Starting June 1st we will be offering free Same-Day Sessions and scheduled counseling appointments for recent UW graduates up to 24 months post-graduation!



GETTING STARTED WORKSHOPS
These introductory workshops will help you explore topics and build a strong foundation.  Come as you are!  Held in 134 MGH.  Visit our online calendar for workshop descriptions.

Resumes

Wed, 6/13:30-4:00

LinkedIn
Fri, 6/312:30-1:00 

Exploring Career Options
Tues, 5/243:30-4:00 *This week! 

How to Make the Most of your Summer
Wed, 5/2512:30-1:00 *This week! 

Your Digital Identity
Wed, 5/253:30-4:00 *This week!

Job Search
Thurs, 6/23:30-4:00
 



CAREER MEETUPS
Get valuable feedback and advice and build connections with a Career Center counselor and other students in a Career Meetup – casual (but productive) conversations, just for undergrads. To find more details, click here; to find your meetup, look for the purple balloon in MGH 134. 

I’m Graduating … Now What?
Mon, 5/23, 3:30-4:30 *This week! 


JUST FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS (held in 134 MGH unless stated; click here for details)

Resume Lab
Thurs, 5/262:30-4:00 *This week!
*Bring a draft of your resume      

LinkedIn Lab
Thurs, 6/212:30-1:30
*If possible, bring a laptop or tablet



CAREER & GRADUATE SCHOOL FAIRS

Fairs are tried and true methods for employers (and grad schools) to connect with great candidates.  Last year, 70% of the employers who came to our career fairs and responded to our survey indicated they extended an offer to a Husky they met at one of our fairs!  Details of each fair are online.   

Summer Career Fair (click here for more details)
Thurs, 6/162:00-6:00, HUB North Ballroom


OTHER EVENTS ON CAMPUS
Professional development doesn’t stop at the Career Center! Check out these other great events across campus!    

Portland Career Trek
Mon, 9/19, More information to come!
As you make summer plans, be sure to mark your calendars for September 19 and 20, which will be the Portland Career Trek. If you have an interest in making career connections and expanding your Husky network in Portland, this trip is for you! You will learn about innovative industries and job opportunities, while improving your marketability after graduation. No matter what you are studying, with more than 7,000 UW alumni in the Portland area, there are boundless connections you can make on this trip. The Portland Career Trek is proudly hosted by the UW Alumni Association. More information, including the application process, will be available during the summer. To make sure you stay in the loop after spring term, please be sure to submit your contact information online here. Questions? Contact the Alumni & Student Engagement team at asengage@uw.edu.


QUICK LINKS

HuskyJobs Listing Available Jobs & Internships
Interactive Workshops & Events Calendar
Career Guide with Sample Resumes & More
Online system for booking appointments
Our social media pages
Website for students with disabilities
Resources for international students

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Internship Opportunities

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