Are you an undergraduate who is seeking information and inspiration about academic majors, career options, and/or career strategies?
Consider enrolling for one of the following courses offered by the Career & Internship Center this Winter 2017!
GEN ST 297 H: Career Planning and Exploration (SLN 15069)
- For first and second year students with 0-89 credits
- Wednesdays, 1:30-3:20
- 2 Credits, C/NC only
- Instructor: Tina Adelstein (email@example.com)
“This class was fantastic. I wish I had known about [it] last year because the material covered was really beneficial in honing in on my interests and learning how to make my talents and experiences marketable. The class helped me reflect on my background and experiences in order to define strengths to aiding my professional and personal development. Most importantly, it has helped me to focus and outline potential pathways for the future.”
GEN ST 391 G: Career Strategy and Job Search (SLN 15085)
- For third and fourth year students with 90+ credits
- Tuesdays & Thursdays, 2:30-3:20
- 2 credits, graded
- Instructor: Alison McCarty (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Planning to go to Rome in the Spring for Study Abroad with Susan Pitchford? Want to go in the future? Just interested in learning a new language?
Consider brushing up on your Italian by enrolling in ITAL 111 next quarter: Accelerated Italian
Get in the fast lane and earn 10 credits of VLPA with ITAL 111, a one-quarter accelerated course with 2-quarters worth of material!
The fast-paced formula provides excellent results for highly motivated students. By spring quarter you could be completing your first year of Italian–in ITAL 103 and earn 15 credits of VLPA. Or study in Italy next spring, via the Sociology in Italy Study Abroad Program or Rome and Calabria Study Abroad Program!
ITAL 111 A: First Year Italian
Instructor: Giuseppe Tassone
MTWThF from 11:30 to 1:20 PM, 10 credits
There is a cure for cancer… and it could be YOU.
Registry Drive in Honor of Alexes Harris
This Thursday (TODAY), December 1st
HUB: Room 340: 11 am to 3 pm
Message from Dr. Harris:
“Umbilical cord (my treatment) is the next wave of stem cell transplant, but the current gold star is still having a matched related or un-related donor. This is why we are organizing a national bone marrow donation registry campaign. I wanted to make my cancer matter, so my great friends stepped in to make this happen. I didn’t want people to have to wait like I did or make the hard decision their treatment. If we can help one person with a match today we made a difference. Our goal is to have 4,000 new people registered by this effort.“
Can’t come to the drive but still want to join? CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE
BE THE MATCH: Saving Lives Through Cellular Therapy
For thousands of patients with blood cancers like leukemia and lymphoma, and other life-threatening diseases, a cure exists. Every 3 minutes, someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer. Each year, 14,000 patients, a marrow transplant is the best hope for survival. Seventy percent of patients do not have a donor in their family, they depend on Be The Match–the world’s largest and most diverse registry. Be The Match is a community of millions of volunteers standing by, ready to say YES if their marrow is determined to be the best match for a patient. Continue reading
Read on to learn about upcoming December workshops and labs offered to you by the UW Career & Internship Center:
Getting Started Workshops: Short, 30 minute presentations on strategies for success in the job & internship search. Join us for topics including LinkedIn, resumes, and career fair success! Come as you are. All held in MGH 134
- Internships: Wed. 12/7, 1:30 to 2:00
Labs: Ready to explore further or get some practice? Join us for Labs–interactive, engaging workshops. Some labs are come as you are, others request that you bring some materials with you. All held in MGH 134.
- Linked In Lab: Tues. 12/6, 2:30-3:20
- Job & Internship Search Lab: Wed. 12/7, 3:30-4:20
Workshops (see Career & Internship Center website for details):
- Labs for International Students:
- Networking Lab: Thurs. 12/8, 3:30-4:20
- Resume Lab: Fri. 12/2, 12:30-1:20
- Graduate Student Workshops (check online calendar for location):
- Academic Careers-Job Talks: Thurs. 12/1, 3:30-4:30
Real Women, Real Voices: Where the People Meet the Policy
Friday, Dec. 2nd from 5-8 pm in LAW 133
The Real Women Real Voices symposium is a groundbreaking discussion highlighting issues and concerns that affect incarcerated women. The panels feature currently and formerly incarcerated women discussing the effects of incarceration and the carceral state on themselves, their children, and their communities.
The National Council for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls is a grassroots policy initiative focused on the gendered impacts of the carceral state. It has convened organizing meetings around the country and engaged women and girls in prisons, jails, and immigrant detention based on the motto “nothing about us without us.”
More information at www.thecouncil.us
Sponsored by America Ethnic Studies; Center for Communication, Difference & Equity; English; Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies; School of Law; Law, Societies & Justice; School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences at UW Bothell; Division of Social Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences; and the Simpson Center for the Humanities.
Calling all International Students!
Would you like to learn about options for working in the US after graduation from experts in immigration law? If so, come hear from immigration lawyers about how to prepare! You will learn about:
Talent and skills-based visas
Optional Practical Training
Thursday (TODAY), December 1st from 6:30 to 8:00 PM
Paccar Hall, Room 392
Presented by US Immigration Lawyers Peng & Weber and UW International Student Adviser Megan Serenco
Open to all UW Students
Questions? Contact email@example.com/206-543-5985
Before you head out for Thanksgiving break, remember to drop off your applications for the SOC 404 Internships by NOON today (11/23)!
Emailed applications will be accepted as well (please email firstname.lastname@example.org by noon).
See the previous blog post for more information!
HAVE A HAPPY THANKSGIVING!