The Career Center is hiring students to work in our office for the 2012-2013 academic year. Candidates can be work-study or hourly. Interested students should apply online through HuskyJobs – http://careers.washington.edu/HuskyJobs/Students.
We would appreciate your help in making students aware of these positions.
Help students who visit The Career Center achieve career success by providing one-to-one resume and cover letter advising, facilitating practice interviews, and answering questions about HuskyJobs. Increase the Center’s visibility and impact on campus by speaking to student groups, creating new presentations, and completing projects with Center staff members.
HuskyJobs – 61020
Create a welcoming environment at The Career Center. Provide front line assistance to students, alumni, employers, and others regarding Career Center procedures, resources, and services and make appropriate referrals to related resources available on campus and beyond. Help those who use The Career Center become more confident about careers, graduate school, and job search.
HuskyJobs – 61012
Full descriptions are attached and available at – http://careers.uw.edu/About-Us/Were-Hiring-Peer-Advisors-and-Associates
Are you thinking about pursuing an advanced degree in medicine, dentistry, nursing, public health, rehabilitation medicine, or other health-related fields?
The event of the year has almost arrived, and you don’t want to miss it!
Health Graduate School Fair
Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012
2:00-5:00pm, Mary Gates Hall Commons
Brought to you by the Career Center and co-sponsored by Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED), the Health Graduate School Fair is a great way for you to connect with representatives from more than 50 health-focused graduate and professional programs, who will be on-hand to meet with UW students and alumni interested in continuing their education in the health sciences. Whether you want to attend graduate school at the UW, elsewhere in the United States, or even internationally, the Health Graduate School Fair has something for you.
For a complete list of registered programs and institutions, as well as tips on how to prepare, please visit http://careers.washington.edu/Students/Health-Fair
Questions? Contact careerevents or 206.543.0535.
The UW Nanotechnology Student Association (NaNSA) fosters interdisciplinary research in nanotechnology, provides a forum for exchange of ideas between students from different disciplines, and promotes nanotechnology at the university level. There’s no specific degree requirements, and it is open to graduate and undergraduate students interested in Nanotechnology.
Expanding further the group has adopted to social media for faster interaction with accounts on Facebook and Twitter. On these pages you’ll find what the group is currently doing, surrounding news on nanotechnology, and conversation. The public access to these pages deliberately provides a larger and long term service for UW students. Got news, job information, or a question related to nanotechnology? NaNSA is now a welcoming online forum for Nanotechnology.
NaNSA has planned speakers from industry and academia at their upcoming meetings focusing on industry research and career guidance. These talks follow immediately after research talks in the Nanotechnology Seminar Series held in Bagley 260 every other Tuesday, making for a great afternoon of learning. On days that outside speakers aren’t arranged NaNSA members will speak on their research creating further interdisciplinary learning and presentation practice. Please be certain to mark your calendars and follow the NaNSA Events as they are posted on Facebook!
Tuesday, April 24, 2012 at 1:30pm
Tuesday, May 8, 2012 at 1:30pm
Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at 1:30am