iSchool Career Services Newsletter: 4/9/2012


There’s a Career Fair on campus next week! This one is the biggest campus career fair of the year, and there is almost certain to be at least one employer looking to hire an iSchool student. That could be you! To make the most of it, take advantage of some simple preparation strategies.

  1. Review the information about the fair, including the employers list, to identify which employers you want to visit.
  2. Do your homework. Research those employers you selected in advance, search on LinkedIn for iSchool alumni who might work there that you can reach out to in order to jump start your networking, and look at what positions the company currently has available.
  3. There are resources to help you prepare, take advantage of them! The Career Center holds an abundance of online career fair resources on their website, and is also offering some events and workshops that will help you prepare as well (see the list below).
  4. Make some notes about who you are and what you offer to be prepared to talk to recuiters and potential employers. What makes you uniquely qualified? What value do you offer? What are your strengths? More than just your skill set, think about how your work mission and values combine with your skills to make you a committed and passionate potential employee. Practice this pitch out loud before the fair.
  5. Make an appointment with Janet ( for additional tips and support and answers to your questions if you need.
  6. Attend! You can’t reap the benefits of the networking opportunities that will be abundant at this fair without showing up! Dress professionally, bring copies of your resume in a folder, print business cards for yourself if you’d like, and go with your classmates if that makes you feel more at ease.

Career Events

Mon., April 9: 8:15 am – 4:30 pm


Mon., April 9 | 2 – 3 pm

Career Fair Success workshop

Mon., April 9 | 3 – 4 pm

Resumes & Cover Letters workshop

Tue., April 10 | 2:30 – 4 pm

2013-14 Fulbright U.S. Student Program – UW information sessions  Bagley 260

Tue., April 10 | 3 – 7 pm

UW Seattle Spring Career Fair

Tue., April 10 | 7 – 9 PM

UX/IA Meetup @ Piecora’s

Wed., April 11 | 5:00 – 6:30 pm

Peace Corps Information Session: Thomson Hall, Room 125

Wed., April 11 | 5:30 – 7:30 pm

Meet The Employer – U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command

Thu., April 12 | 3 – 4:30 pm

Successful Interviews workshop

Thu., April 12 | 5:30 – 7:30 pm

Meet The Employer – Northwestern Mutual

Fri., April 13 | 1 – 2 pm

Finding Jobs & Internships workshop

Mon., April 16 | 5:30 – 7:30 pm

Meet The Employer – Amazon

Tue., April 17 | 3 – 4 pm

Networking for Shy People (& Everyone!) workshop

Tue., April 17 | 7 – 8 pm

Resume & Cover Letter workshop (presented by CLUE Writing Center)

Professional Jobs

Slalom Consulting

Entry level software engineer

Contact for more info:


ITT Technical Institute

Library Assistant

 Contact Terry Smith for more information

Olympic College

Library & Archives paraprofessional  4

Contact: Mike Hesson, MFA, MLIS :

Washington Talking Book & Braille Library in Seattle, WA


Piephoff, Margaret :

Starbucks Corporate

Application Developer 1

The position number: 60714

Walla Walla Community College

Tenure-track Faculty role of Librarian:

Contact Gail Bellmore for more information.

Orion Trans

Orlando airport transportation dispatcher:

Contact Jacline Jerro for more information:

Yale University

Collections Procurement Librarian

Senior Archivist, Reference Library & Institutional Archive

To view/apply for either position:

Contact Andrew Gray for more information:

Stanford University Libraries

Librarian and search for Job ID# 46400.


Software Developer, Bellevue WA

Contact:  for more information.

Helping Link

Serials Solutions

Software Architect Lead – Search Technologies

Contact Shari Fox for more information:

North Carolina State University Libraries

Digital Technologies Development Librarian

Contact for more information:

Expeditors International


Everett Public Libraries

Branch Librarian (Librarian III)

Contact Kate Mossman for more information

Monroe Correctional Complex

Library & Archives Paraprofessional 2

Contact Anna Nash for more information:

Student Jobs and Internships

Puget Sound Business Journal

News Research Intern

Contact: for more details and information.


User Experience Intern  (found through


User Experience Design Interaction Intern (found through

UW Simpson Center for the Humanities

Web Tech and Communications Assistant (50%) 2012-2013 school year

Contact Chelsea:

City of Seattle’s Department of Transportation

PAID Business Intern


IT Security Intern

Contact: for more information

University of Oregon Libraries

University of Washington Office of the President

Paid Internship: Automate  Paper Filing System

Contact: Jack G. Johnson, Chief of Staff, Office of President, for more information.

UW Center for Undergraduate Learning and Experience (CLUE)

Tutors for spring and 2012-2013:

Contact Adiam for more information:

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