Career Services

Events

Our schedule is loaded with career fairs, workshops and more that are designed to help you explore your interests, build job search skills and connect with the employment community. These are just a few of our many events. Be sure to check out the Career Services newsletter for additional events and updates.

If you would like a representative from Career Services to host a workshop or presentation, please click here.

Summer 2014

-July 2014-

How to Ace the Job Interview                                              
Tuesday, July 29th | 9:40 -10:25am | UW1-020                                                      
Interviews can be intimidating. Especially when they include questions like the "tell me about yourself". Learn how to prepare and conduct interviews and get that job offer. This workshop will teach you how to prepare, research companies, what to expect, and how to answer thttps://www.bothell.washington.edu/cmsdesk/hose tough questions.

Credit Reporting 101, with Karen Childs, WSECU                                                   Tuesday, July 29th | 10:30 -11:30am | UW1-020                                                      
Did you know that your credit score can affect a potential job offer? Learn easy steps in building and maintaining your credit score and manage your finances and debt.

Personal Statement Writing Workshop
Tuesday, July 29th | 2:00 -3:00 pm | UW1-103                                                    
This workshop will help you prepare to write your personal statement for various scholarships or graduate school, understand the personal statements purpose, develop its various stages and tips for being a more effective writer. Co-sponsored by the Office of Merit Scholarships and the Writing and Communication Center (WaCC).

-August-

Community Based Learning & Research Information Session
Tuesday, August 5th | 9:30 - 10:00am | UW1-020
You are invited to come and learn what experiential learning opportunities, volunteering, civic engagement and research are available through CBLR.

UW Bothell Alumni Panel
Tuesday, August 5th | 10:30 - 11:30am | UW1-020
Come and network with UW Bothell alumni as they share their experiences and recommendations for life after graduation including career navigation and graduate school.

Marketing Your International Experience Workshop
Tuesday, August 6th | 1:00 - 2:30 pm | UW1-103
So you studied abroad, now what? Come learn how to incorporate your study abroad experience into your resume, job interviews, and cover letters. Sponsored by UW Bothell Global Initiatives.

Marketing Your International Experience Workshop
Tuesday, August 8th | 1:00 - 2:30 pm | UW1-103
So you studied abroad, now what? Come learn how to incorporate your study abroad experience into your resume, job interviews, and cover letters. Sponsored by UW Bothell Global Initiatives.

Workplace Etiquette with Jim Reed, UW Bothell Advisory Board Member
Tuesday, August 12th | 10:30 -11:30am | UW1-020
You got the job, now what? Join us for a discussion with Jim Reed, Executive with Banner Bank. He will be talking about etiquette do's and don'ts in the workplace.

Personal Statement Writing Workshop
Monday, August 18th | 2:00 -3:00 pm | UW1-103                                                    
This workshop will help you prepare to write your personal statement for various scholarships or graduate school, understand the personal statements purpose, develop its various stages and tips for being a more effective writer. Co-sponsored by the Office of Merit Scholarships and the Writing and Communication Center (WaCC).

Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards
Introduction to Scholarships Workshop

Thursday, August 19th | 3:00 -4:00 pm | UW1-103                                                    
Are you curious about scholarship opportunities to help you study abroad, do research, or develop your leadership skills? Could you use some tips on how to increase your chances of receiving and award? This workshop will introduce students to scholarship resources and provide tips for becoming a competitive applicant.

Note: If you're unable to attend one of the sessions, you can watch a condensed online version of "Introduction to Scholarships" and follow along with the handout.

The University of Washington is committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education and employment for individuals with disabilities. To request disability accommodations contact Disability Resources for Students at 425.352.5307, TDD 425.352.5303, FAX 425.352.3581, drs@uwb.edu. It would be best if requests are made 10 days prior to the event.

 

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