Career Center

Faculty & Staff

We value our partnerships with faculty and staff as we work together to provide an enriched educational experience for our UW Bothell students. Our programs are based on the philosophy that career development is a lifelong process and we strive to assert the value of an early and continued connection with the UW Bothell Career Center.

Class Workshops & Presentations

Career Services staff are pleased to tailor presentations and seminars to the learning outcomes of your class. We can also research career-related topics that are relevant to classroom work. Contact Career Services to learn more about how we can support you and your students.

Don't Cancel Class, Call Career Services!

If you will be out of town or are otherwise unavailable to teach your class, don't cancel class, CONTACT CAREER SERVICES. We will use your class time to present one of our popular workshops to your students and jump-start their career. We can offer a standard presentation or work with you to tie it to the learning objectives of your class. Our menu of workshop offerings includes:

  • Career Exploration
  • Making the Most of a Career Fair
  • Resumes in the 21st Century
  • Successful Interviewing and Salary Negotiation
  • Networking for Shy People
  • Job Search Strategies

Although advance notice of one week is appreciated, we will do our best to accommodate all requests. If there are other ways we can support you, or you would like more information, contact us.

Internships & Experiential Learning

The Career Center offers a comprehensive internship program. We partner with the academic programs to enhance the educational experience of UWB students-identifying internship resources, providing career advising and resume development assistance.

Email our Internship Advisor or call 425-352-5210

Advertise a Job

On-campus jobs and internships received via email to will be posted in the Career Center, on a bulletin board in the libaray and Commons, on our website and in our next Career Center News electronic newsletter.  Ideally all postings will follow a consistent format and contain pertinent information including: opening and closing date, how to apply, brief job description, and contact person.

Off campus jobs should be posted on HuskyJobs.

Additional Resources

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Employment Services