In the College of Arts & Sciences, you are developing the skills and flexibility of mind to succeed in any career. Need help translating those skills into a dream job? Interested in networking with alums in your field? Here are some UW resources to help as you prepare for your future career.
Externships at Microsoft and Amazon
Through Arts & Sciences’ C21 program, participate in externships at two of the region’s top employers, where you will meet with professionals and gain insider advice. Only open to College of Arts & Sciences majors. Apply this autumn for spring 2022. Learn more about C21@Amazon and C21@Microsoft externships.
Huskies@Work connects you with UW alums for one-time video/phone chats to explore career paths and gain industry insights. Apply for Huskies@Work by April 14.
C21 Internship Bootcamp
Develop the skills employers want, and learn how to establish a reputation as a capable professional. In Bootcamp, a cohort of intern trainees will have a manager, work responsibilities, and constant feedback and evaluation. Offered quarterly. Learn more about the C21 Internship Bootcamp.
UW Husky Landing
The UW Alumni Association’s Husky Landing is the place for students to build a network with one another and alumni. Create your profile and start connecting. Learn more about Husky Landing.
C21 Career Channel
The C21 Career Channel offers self-paced, online career learning to help Arts & Sciences students tell a compelling story that translates their major and experiences to professional potential. Learn how to tell your story.
Free to all UW students through the Career & Internship Center, LinkedIn Learning is an on-demand video learning platform with 16,000+ courses to help you learn new skills (or brush up on skills) to help you become professionally competitive. Explore LinkedIn Learning.
Alumni Career Panels
In April and May, alumni will share their professional experiences on career panels presented by the UW Career & Internship Center and UW Alumni Association. Panels will focus on careers in artificial intelligence, inclusivity in the gaming industry, and careers related to sustainability and the climate crisis. Learn more about upcoming career panels.
Spring Break-Through: Career Readiness Week
During spring break (March 22-26), dive into a week of workshops on topics that include finding internships, preparing for interviews, and finding a career path that’s right for you. View the schedule of workshops.