Whether your job search is imminent or you just started college this year, you should get in touch with the UW Career Center. More than a dozen different kinds of workshops are offered multiple times through winter quarter, and they are all held conveniently in Mary Gates Hall. Workshops range from early career exploration and networking basics to learning details about resumes, cover letters and job interviews.Read more
Are you nervous about interviews? Not sure how to approach the interview process? No worries, we are here to help! If you’ve already attended the Career Center’s Interviewing Getting Started workshop and Interviewing Lab, the next best way for undergraduate students of all majors to prepare is through practicing with an employer! Sign up for the chance to put your interviewing skills into action by practicing with and receiving feedback from a Husky-friendly employer.
Looking for a job that gets you out on the ocean? MarineLab is seeking seasonal marine science instructors for our education center in Key Largo, FL. Our waterfront facility provides quick access to the marine ecosystem protected by Everglades National Park, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
Job duties include leading discussions and labs on subtropical marine topics such as seagrass, mangroves, and coral reefs; leading snorkeling field trips via boat to investigate local marine communities; supervising students in the water; and minor maintenance duties associated with upkeep of boats, labs and equipment.
Are you planning for the next step after college? Concerned about whether your academic interests can connect to a fulfilling career? Make sure to check out the College of the Environment Career Opportunities page. This page posts a collection of jobs collected from different companies and agencies from around the world. Many of the job announcements require less than 5 years of work experience, and internships and volunteer opportunities are posted there as well.Read more