Resources for graduate students
Career Services has developed resources for graduate students for professional development, and has extensive resources specific to each school and program. The career counselors work closely with Graduate School Advisers to make sure the content is relevant to student needs.
Graduate Career Counselor
As the Assistant Director of Career Services, Rafael advises graduate students and alumni. His background in social work, learning and development, and non-profit have provided him with the skills and experiences needed to drive his passion for educating and empowering individuals of diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
STEM Graduate Career Counselor
Kim is the Director of Career Services. She has a Master of Library and Information Science degree from the University of Washington. She has a background working in the software industry, non-profit, and academia. Her experience as a librarian, archivist, grants manager, foundation program officer, and knowledge management specialist has enabled her to pursue a career path where she connects people with resources.
We offer in-person, video-conference, and phone appointments. If you would like to schedule a video-call or phone appointment, please include your contact information in the appointment description.
Schedule an appointment for graduate advising.
Types of appointments
- Graduate student advising
- Continuing education
- Graduate resumes, CVs, cover letters
- Job & internship search strategy
- Portfolio development
These are just a few of our many events that are designed to help you explore your interests, build job search skills, and connect with the employment community. Be sure to check our events calendar for additional events and updates.
- October: All-Industries Career Fair
- October: Technology & Engineering Career Fair
- April: Spring Job & Internship Fair