Are you a current MLIS or MSIM student, or alum of one of these programs? Do you love the iSchool and want to tell people about it? Are you interested in outreach and connecting with prospective students? Do you like events and volunteering?
If any of the above statements apply to you, then please consider signing up for the iVisit Host program. Some of you might have taken part in an iVisit when you were investigating the MSIM or MLIS program yourself—this is your opportunity to help prospective students decide if the UW iSchool is the right place for them! Continue reading
Join us on 10/5 for our next SWBC Speaker Series talk: Health Insurance & Student Access to Care.
Details and the link to RSVP are available here.
Calling all UW Graduate Students & Post-Docs! Faculty positions in higher education usually require a teaching statement as part of the application. What the what?
Join Dr. Milan Vidaković (Center for Teaching & Learning) to find out what a teaching statement can look like, how to develop one (even if you have never been a T.A.), see a few examples, & chat with peers.
Teaching Statement Workshop
Tuesday, October 9
3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
181 NanoES Bldg. (next to Johnson Hall, behind Gerberding Hall)
Please RSVP at https://goo.gl/forms/SsEvx4BtGYDOwY4s2
before Monday, October 8, at 12:00 p.m.
Gaining traction on the job search during fall quarter can be difficult. On top of easing back in the class and homework routine, you’re trying to figure out how to market your degree and experience to employers, and deciding what sort of career you’d like to pursue. Below are some recommendations on where to start when seeking out job and internship opportunities.
The earlier you’re able to create a job-search plan, the better. In addition to attending workshops, where you can get resume advice, meet employers, and start thinking about next steps, there are a number of online resources available to iSchool students. Dean put together this document, which outlines a general timeline of the consulting and tech-related recruiting cycles, example organizations and job titles within those fields, and relevant career events on campus. Note that most applications for the Big Four consulting firms are due this Thursday, Oct. 4, by 11:59pm.
If you don’t get a job or internship offer in the fall, you still have plenty of time. While fall quarter is noticeably abuzz with employer recruitment events, particularly for tech and consulting roles, we regularly see students receiving offers throughout the academic year and even into summer.
The best thing you can do at this point in the year is determine some specific opportunities you might be interested in pursuing. Then, find out when you’ll need to apply and develop a plan of action accordingly. Continue reading
The new Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies (CAIIS) is seeking a graduate student assistant. This is a 9-month Graduate Student Service appointment with salary, benefits and tuition waiver.
Applications are due this coming Monday, September 30, 2018 in order to hire someone to start in the current quarter.
Position Description/Posting: CAIIS RA Job Posting.1
Application materials: CAIIS graduate_assistantship_application
Apply now to join the Husky Experience Student Advisory Council
Help advance the Husky Seed Fund, an award that brings to life innovative ideas by students that are inclusive, impactful, and inventive to the UW. Gain valuable experience advancing and managing a program that will impact thousands of students at UW. Continue reading
The Science and Engineering Business Association invites you to their Annual Kickoff BBQ on Thursday, October 4th at 4:30PM at the Sylvan Grove theater!
If you would like to volunteer to help out at the BBQ please sign up here: volunteer sign-up. This counts towards one of the SEBA membership requirements!