Finding an internship* or a job is a process of identifying possibilities, discerning best-fit opportunities, and then deciding where to apply.
Resources like Handshake can be a great start, but talking to people — connecting with your network to help identify potential opportunities — is as important to your search as online resources.
*Looking to receive credit for your internship? Here are details about that process.
Use the articles and resources below to get started, and schedule an appointment with a CES career advisor for customized guidance.
Chloe Pargmann-Hayes ’24 spent the summer interning with the City of Tacoma, where she put her communication studies skills and her passion for social justice to work supporting the artists painting a Black Lives Matter mural downtown. Read the story of Chloe and other Logger interns in Arches Magazine.
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Familiarity breeds confidence. It’s natural to default to applying to the same jobs with the same responsibilities. Besides, employers are looking for your exact experience in certain roles, right?
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Ready to connect with alumni & recruiters? Below are in-person events that you won’t want to miss.
CES advisors can be helpful regardless of how “ready” you’re feeling. Schedule an appointment to chat!