March 20, 2013
Etiquette Dinner Cancellation
The Etiquette Dinner has been canceled due to low advanced registration.
Tuesday May 21, 2013|12:00-1:00pm|UW1-010
Network and learn from UW Bothell alumni about their experience in the workforce.
WTIA's Epic Quest (Sponsored by: WTIA)
Wednesday May 22, 2013 | 2:00-6:00pm | Bell Harbor 2211 Alaskan Way International Promenade Seattle, WA
Are you a tech-savvy job seeker looking for your next adventure? Then you’ll want to take a journey through WTIA’s Epic Quest event where you’ll have an exclusive opportunity to get in front of awesome tech companies who are looking for people just like you! Your Epic Quest will feature workshops dedicated to getting hired in the fastest growing and most relevant industry in the state of Washington. Cross the path and take the plunge into the adventurous world of technology – it’s FREE for you to explore. For more information visit the website.
CSS Technical Resumes
Tuesday May 28, 2013 | 1:15-2:15pm |UW2-305 CSS 301
Tuesday May 28, 2013 | 3:30-4:30pm |UW2-305 CSS 301
Career Speaker Series (Sponsored by: Cascadia)
Come to the Career Speaker Series to hear from industry professionals about current industry trends and how to get a job in your field. Everyone is welcome. All presentations are held in room CC2-081 on Fridays from 11-12pm starting April 12, 2013 to May 31, 2013. Contact Wendy Dyakanoff for more information at (425) 352-8014.
Recruit Military Seattle Veteran Career Fair - Seattle (Sponsored by: Microsoft)
Thursday June 6 2013|11:00-3:00pm|Seattle Center-Exhibition Hall 305 Harrison St. Seattle WA, 98109
Recruit Military exists to change lives of Veterans and their families by connecting them with companies that value their talent and experiences. These companies have hundreds of positions they are recruiting for. For more information and to pre-register for FREE go here.
New Summer Community-Based learning Immersive Experience
Tuesdays and Thursdays BIS 494-Social Enterprise Workshop(12 Credits)| 3:00-5:00pm | Summer Quarter full-term
Course registration info: http://www.washington.edu/students/timeschd/B/SUM2013/bis.html
This interdisciplinary immersive experience examines how public benefit organizations are evolving out of traditional fundraising methods to create the age of the “Social Enterprise.” Students will gain an understanding of the contextual theory and learn best practices in business planning for nonprofits to increase sustainability and decrease dependence on grants and donations. This class will interact with local nonprofit leaders in Seattle who use a social enterprise model.
Get Your Paws on HuskyJobs
Hey DAWGS, Search for jobs and internships 24/7 on HuskyJobs. Free to all students. Hundreds of job listings. Updated daily. Applying is as easy as upload and click. HuskyJobs is also the place to register for on-campus (UWS) interviews. Go to HuskyJobs– the door to your future!
On-Campus Student Employment
Check the on-campus departments you are interested in for open positions. Many departments do not post their positions, but have job openings available. Going to different departments is also a great way to network and practice your elevator speech. If you want help with networking techniques, make an appointment to come into the Career Center.
Disability Resources Examination Proctor – Disability Resources For Students
Proctors Responsibilities: Monitors students during test sessions to ensure a secure testing environment, assists in the distribution and collection of test material to the student(s) and ensures the tests are ready for pick-up by the instructors, assists in clarifying professor's test instructions for students, regulating allowance(s) for exams, and ensures that the student starts and finishes the exam at the original time set by the professor, verifies student’s identification and seats them appropriately, and reports suspected irregularities, cheating, and breach of student conduct to the professor and DRS staff.
Application Instructions: To apply email your resume to Rosa Lundborg at RLundborg@uwb.edu
Tutors – The Quantitative Skills Center (QSC)
The Quantitative Skills Center (QSC) at UW Bothell is hiring tutors for Fall Quarter 2013 who enjoy quantitative subjects and are enthusiastic about helping others! In particular, we’re looking for applicants with at least two courses in—and a solid understanding of— accounting, climate science, computer science, economics, electrical engineering, finance, GIS, math, physics, SPSS, and statistics. The QSC assists students in understanding course content from the aforementioned subjects and with any project involving quantitative reasoning across the disciplines. QSC tutors have said that their work with students was rewarding and that it helped them sharpen their own quantitative and communication skills.
Application Instructions: If you specialize in at least one of the subjects above, and you are interested in applying, please fill out an application, found at: http://www.uwb.edu/qsc/employment. Turn your application and a copy of your resume in to Amber Parsons in person in the QSC (UW2-131) by May 22.
Internships of Interest
Public Policy Internship – Alliance for a Just Society
The Alliance for a Just Society is seeking a public policy intern for the Spring, Summer and Fall of 2013. Ideal candidates are public policy, public health, or related graduate degree students. The Alliance conducts internship programs for each academic semester. Interns will support the team working on issues of importance to health reform, race disparities, and economic injustice.
Application Instructions: Please submit a cover letter describing your interest in the position, when you are available to intern, and how many hours per week you can intern. A full application includes a cover letter, resume, transcript, a 5 -10 page writing sample, and current contact information for three references. Electronic submissions are preferred. Please submit you complete application to Ben Henry, at firstname.lastname@example.org and include the position title in the subject line. Questions about the Internship Program should be directed to (206) 568-5400. Applications accepted until position is filled.
Summer Internship – Nature Vision
Nature Vision is a non-profit environmental education organization founded in 2003 based in Woodinville, WA. Our mission is to foster citizen appreciation and stewardship of our environment through integration of school, community, and nature education. Duties include but are not limited to: Aiding naturalists with presenting environmental education programs to: summer camps, schools, libraries, and other groups from the Nature Vision menu of programs. Training is provided. Most of programs will be in Redmond area. Minimum Qualifications: Working on bachelor’s degree or experience in Education, Interpretation, Environmental Science or a related field; Must be a US Citizen and able to read, speak, and write the English language clearly. Special Requirements: Must possess a valid Washington State Drivers’ License and own vehicle to drive to field sites.
Application Instructions: Hours: 15-30 a week, unpaid. Please email cover letter and resume to Ginny Ballard email@example.com by: Jun. 12, 2013.
Film/Publicity/Promotions Internship – Allied Advertising
We are looking for interns for the Summer 2013 quarter with the possibility of continuing through Fall. Your duties will include, but not be limited to: disseminating promotional information to various third party groups, researching local interest groups, and being a liaison to the college community for film studios. Our clients include Paramount, Warner Brothers, Disney, DreamWorks, Lionsgate, Summit, Screen Gems, Fox Home Entertainment, Weinstein Company, Broadway Across America and many others.
Application Instructions: Deadline to apply is June 16, 2013. To apply search #70290 on HuskyJobs
Summer Assistant Position – Play Well LEGO Camp
Assistants at our summer camps can be the difference between a great camp, and an absolutely fantastic camp. Play-Well is looking for responsible, hardworking people to help make our camps the best they can be. Assistants help our instructors with any number of tasks, including classroom management (taking attendance, bathroom breaks, snack time), kit organization and maintenance (set-up, sorting LEGO® pieces, clean-up), and helping campers with their projects (pre-building models, helping campers build). Most of all, our Summer Assistants must be ready to take direction from our instructors so that our camps are as educational, safe, and FUN as possible.
Application Instructions: Fill out our online application here. For questions, contact Molly Lebowitz (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Web Developer – Digital Future Lab
Application Instructions: To apply send your resume and cover letter to Aina Braxton, Program Coordinator at the Digital Future Lab, email@example.com
Computer Science Grad for SDET position – ArenaNet
The Software Development Engineer works closely with the development team and helps coordinate QA automation efforts across multiple teams to ensure only highest quality products are delivered. You will participate as a core team member, working within an agile development methodology to plan, develop, execute, review, and maintain unit tests, load test harnesses, test scripts, and test cases. Also will be expected to attend and share critical information during our daily standup meetings.
Application Instructions: To apply click here.
Scholarships and Fellowships
Please visit the Merit Scholarships, Fellowships and Award page for a list of upcoming opportunities. Check this page often for news about upcoming merit scholarships. Deadlines are usually posted at least a month in advance to give you plenty of time to prepare your application.
Tip of the Week
Summer is just around the corner! Make sure you are aware of the internship and career opportunities you have with your major. Make an appointment to see a Career Counselor today.