**TODAY!** Career Panel: Working for Social Justice

Interested in Social Justice? Come check out this great Career Panel, happening TODAY!

Working for Social Justice


Thursday, May 11 @ 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

UW HUB, Room 145

The event will feature UW alumni discussing their career paths and experiences fighting for social justice. This is a great opportunity for both graduate and undergraduate students to find out about career options upon graduation.

Join the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies on our career panel:


  • Learn about career options in government, the legal sector, unions, non-profits and many more.
  • Find out about paid-internship opportunities with local labor organizations
  • Hear how graduate students can apply their skills and education in non-academic settings
  • Enjoy drinks and refreshments!

Guest Speakers:

  • Daniel Cairns J.D., Law, 2015
  • Nicole Grant, B.A., Politics, Economy, and Law, 2006
  • Eunice How, B.A., Public Health, 2012
  • Devin Kelly, M.A., Sociology, 2009
  • Jessica Ramirez, B.A., American Ethnic Studies, 2015

RSVPs are not required, but are requested. To RSVP, contact the Bridges Center at 206-543-7946, or e-mail hbcls@uw.edu

Interested but unable to attend? Visit the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies in Smith Hall, room M266 (mezzanine level). Appointments encouraged. More information at http://depts.washington.edu/HBCLS

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