We’re so glad that you’re considering the University of Puget Sound!
As a Logger student, you’ll find career information and support integrated into every aspect of student life. From robust student employment opportunities, to our experiential learning commitment, you’ll notice an attentiveness to how your Puget Sound experience will translate to your future.
We invite you to explore our career resources using this Career and Employment Services (CES) site as a launching point. Several of the online tools are open to you now, to try out for yourself. So come on in and take a look around. And if you have questions, please feel free to reach out!
Want to test-drive online resources?
Once you’re officially a Logger, you’ll have access to the full range of Logger Career Resources. Meanwhile, we invite you to try out the ones that don’t require a PugetSound.edu email address:
- Explore career paths with PathwayU & What Can I Do With This Major?
- Gain experience through Forage & Parker Dewey
Where are you on your career path?
The Career and Employment Services (CES) team is here for you throughout your journey! We offer non-judgmental support for wherever you are right now… and help you get to what’s next.
Rather than a rigid checklist of annual to-dos, our model offers a flexible cycle of growth as you assess, explore, and act on your interests.
What are your interests & identities? What skills do you want to hone?
Scan the tabs at the top of this page. Click in to any area to find resources relevant to each topic.
The CES team is here to support your unique journey, and that starts with making it easy to explore from a perspective that fits with you.
At Career and Employment Services (CES)…
Our work with students is further guided by our commitment to:
- Listen and communicate to motivate, inspire growth, and build each student’s confidence.
- Connect in dynamic, inspiring, and engaged ways.
- Foster community and a sense of belonging with every action and interaction.
- Recognize and honor each student’s lived and academic experience, and their innate and developed capabilities.