September 18, 2014 Career Newsletter
Welcome back iStudents! Whether this is your first year or you’re returning, you’re online or on campus, there’s a lot to think about as you get ready to begin the quarter, and a lot of ways you can and should begin to think about your career. The most important thing is: it’s not too soon to start! Fall recruiting is starting now; at this time of year many companies are beginning to look for interns and full-time hires that can start next summer. It’s ok if you don’t know yet what you want to do, but it IS time to start generating ideas and connections that will benefit your job search and employment prospects as you move through your academic program. I can help.
Take advantage of resources
Need additional help with your resume, introductory elevator pitch, figuring out what jobs and internships to apply to, or what to do about the job offer that you got from your summer internship? There are loads of resources available to help you. Log into iCareers for information on upcoming events, to submit your resume to the resume review resume book, to schedule an appointment with Janet, and to search for jobs and internships. Visit the main Career Center for workshops that can help you get started with recruiting. Workshops on resumes and cover letters, job search for international students, networking, and career fair prep, are all available to you in the main Career Center.
As you get started in thinking about developing your career, take time to make connections with others in your program, your faculty, staff, and professionals that come to campus. Finding a great job or internship is all about networking, and making good connections with professionals will also help you figure out what you want to do professionally as you move forward. You’ll see plenty of opportunities to attend Employer Information Sessions through the iSchool and through the main Career Center, and these are great ways to learn about job opportunities and connect with employers. Look for these on the main iSchool calendar, or in iCareers, or on the Career Center events page. Don’t miss the fall career fairs, these are great ways to connect with employers and learn more about job opportunities as well.
Welcome back to campus, and welcome to a renewed start of your career path!
CAMPUS CAREER EVENTS
- iSchool Resume Lab for International Students – Sept 18, 1:00 – 2:30 pm, MGH 206. Registration required in iCareers.
- iYouth Career Panel – Sept 23, 12:30 – 2:00 pm, MGH 420.
- Resume Lab – Sept 25, 12:30 – 1:30 pm, MGH 430. Registration required in iCareers.
HIGHLIGHTED COMMUNITY EVENTS
- Verizon Wireless Virtual Career Fair – Sept. 25-26, 2014. Registration required, MORE INFO HERE
- Central District Startup Weekend: Hack the CD, Sept. 26-28, 2014. MORE INFO HERE
HIGHLIGHTED STUDENT JOBS AND INTERNSHIPS
- Student Intern: Cyber Security Support Technical Grad SU 2015, Sandia National Libraries: Apply via iCareers
- Research and Library Intern, New Foundation Seattle: send cover letter and resume by clicking HERE
- Data Governance Intern, University of Washington: Apply via Husky Jobs, position 82971
- Work Study: Student Assistant/Database Designer, UW Dept. of Urban Design and Planning: APPLY HERE
- Information Technology Internship/Co-op Program, Liberty Mutual: Apply via iCareers
HIGHLIGHTED PROFESSIONAL JOBS
- Systems Librarian, Colgate University Libraries: Apply via iCareers
- Entry Level Ruby Developer, Poll Everywhere: Apply via iCareers
- Animal Health Sciences Librarian, Washington State University Libraries: APPLY HERE
- Information Technology Manager, Walla Walla County Library District: APPLY HERE
- Assistant Branch Manage, Yakima Valley Libraries: APPLY HERE
- Public Engagement Program Manager, Seattle Public Library: APPLY HERE
- Substitute Librarian I, Liberty Lake Municipal Library: APPLY HERE
- Adult & Reference Services Librarian, Liberty Lake Municipal Library: APPLY HERE
- UX Researcher, Zillow: APPLY HERE
- Head, Research Data Curation, Qatar National Library: APPLY HERE
- Cataloging Officer, Qatar National Library: APPLY HERE
- Head, Digital Library Repository, Qatar National Library: APPLY HERE
- Catalog Librarian and Acquisitions Coordinator, University of North Dakota: APPLY HERE
- Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Colorado, Boulder: APPLY HERE
- Emerging Technologies Librarian, University of Maryland: APPLY HERE
- Technical Services Librarian/Instructor, East Central Oklahoma: APPLY HERE
- Entry-level Information Technology Software Developers: Apply via iCareers
- Database Specialist (Raiser’s Edge): Apply via iCareers
- UI Developer (2 positions): Apply via iCareers