Check the UW Bothell Calendar for academic and social events for graduate students. Please send any graduate-specific events or activities to your Graduate Advisor for posting. See the 2016-2017 Events Flyer (.pdf) for a look at our annually scheduled events.
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GRAD COUNCIL EVENT:
We Love Our Graduate & Professional Students
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
4:30-6:00pm in UW1-361
The Graduate Resource and Development (GRAD) Council will be hosting a drop-in event for all graduate students on Wednesday, February 15th from 4:30 - 6:00pm in UW1-361. We will have representatives from each graduate program and several campus resources there to chat and learn more about graduate student needs and suggestions. Free Indian buffet will be provided so be sure to come hungry!
Saturday Professional Development Seminar - Saturday, February 11th, 2017, 9:00am-12:30pm at University of Washington Bothell in UW1-103
This half-day event will cover a range of professional development topics available to all UW graduate students. This is a great event to build many skills in one event. Participants will leave with a practiced elevator pitch, a reviewed resume or CV, mock interview practice, and information on how to build your career community. The scheduled sessions for the day are below:
Building your Career Community
Resume and Curriculum Vitae Lab
How to Leverage LinkedIn
Interviewing & Salary Negotiation with Confidence
Bring laptops, a resume or curriculum vitae (CV), and materials to take notes. Food will be provided!
The event is free, however registration is required.
Register here: www.uwb.edu/careers/gradschool/graduate-students
Questions? Email Career Services at email@example.com
Drop-In Career Labs - 5:00pm-5:30pm at University of Washington Bothell in UW1-103 (Dates below)
Throughout Winter Quarter, Career Services will be holding Drop-In Career Labs specifically for UW Bothell graduate students. Feel free to drop by and get questions answered, a resume reviewed, or information on professional development topics. Potential topics that can be covered could be: Networking and informational interviewing, job search strategies, resume or curriculum vitae (CV) reviews, creating or updating LinkedIn profile, interviewing skills, and professional portfolio development
Dates of Winter Quarter Career Labs (5:00pm-5:30pm in UW1-103):
Tuesdays: January 17th, January 31st, February 14th, and February 28th
Wednesdays: January 25th, February 8th, February 22nd
Online and Accessible Services
In addition to in-person appointments with the Graduate Program Assistants, graduate students have the option of the following virtual services:
Online Career Chat
Career Services website for Graduate Students - www.uwb.edu/careers/gradschool/graduate-students
Videos - short recordings of our presentations on various professional development topics are posted on the website
Events - descriptions of events for the upcoming quarters will be posted here
Links to helpful resources
BOTHELL CAMPUS EVENTS
Check the UW Bothell Calendar for academic and social events for graduate students to engage in with the campus community.
UWB Graduate Programs
The University of Washington Bothell (UWB) Graduate Resource and Development (GRAD) Council is committed to enhancing graduate education and building graduate community on the UW Bothell campus. Please visit the UWB Graduate Programs website to learn more information.
FUNDING YOUR EDUCATION
UWB Campus Resources
UW Bothell provides different opportunities and resources that are available online or on campus to help fund graduate education. Visit our Graduate Funding Resources page to learn more.
Graduate Funding Information Services
GFIS helps UW students identify and seek out different sources and opportunities to fund their education, scholarship and travel. Be sure to visit www.lib.washington.edu/commons/services/gfis for hours of operations and different funding opportunities.
Fellowships & Awards
Fellowships and Awards assist students by listing upcoming award deadlines and providing administrative application support. See the calendar of fellowship deadlines and information on some well-known funding opportunities at https://grad.uw.edu/graduate-student-funding/for-students/fellowships/looking-for-fellowships/.
CROSS CAMPUS OPPORTUNITIES
UW Graduate Opportunities & Minority Achievement Program (GO-MAP)
GO-MAP serves underrepresented minority graduate students across all campuses. For more opportunities to network with students of color, or to learn more about the program, visit https://grad.uw.edu/diversity/go-map/.
UW Core Programs
The UW Graduate School provides infrastructure for all UW graduate programs, on all campuses, to admit graduate students and manage their educational progress to graduation. Visit UW Bothell Graduate Programs webpage to learn about the different opportunities and to stay connected with upcoming events.