Friday, March 30, 2012

EE Resume Review

Hosted by HKN and Engineering Coop Office
Thursday, April 5, 5:30-8:00 p.m.


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2012 Annual WiSE Conf. Post Symposium

Missed the Autumn quarter WiE Speak Lecture Series presentation, the annual WiSE Conference Winter Quarter? Spring quarter is here and now. This is your chance before the year is over!

 The Art of Burning Bridges.
Debra Coleman, Electrical Engineer, Boeing;
and WiSE Conference Speaker

In this workshop find out how to take risks, to overcome fear, to be true to your authentic self and how to recognize and create healthy and productive relationships in your career and personal life. Please join us and network with your peers at the University of Washington!

Who:       WiSE Scholars
When:     Saturday, April 7th 2012
Time:      9:00am-12:00pm
Where:   McCarty Residence Hall, ABC rooms
Door Prizes   *   Breakfast  *  Raffles
Student Registration Fee - $7.00

Tickets on Sale Now at the ByGeorge News Stand

8:00am - 4:30pm, Mon-Fri
Husky Card, credit, cash and check accepted.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Preparing for Grad School Applications: workshop series for undergrads

The Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards will be offering undergraduate students in all fields a series of workshops to get a head start on graduate school application materials. Please share this info with current juniors, seniors, and recent alums in all fields planning to undertake the grad school application process this fall. A flyer is also attached for display in your space as appropriate.

Preparing for Grad School Applications Workshop Series

Are you an undergrad planning to apply for grad school this fall? Make the application process less stressful--get a head start on your application materials now. OMSFA is offering a series of workshops to help you prepare four of the critical pieces of your application process: finding funding, writing a strong curriculum vitae and personal statement, and getting strong letters of recommendation. Please RSVP to attend any or all sessions of interest:

For more information, please visit, or contact with questions.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Careers in the State Department & the FSOT

Presentation by Brooks A. Robinson, a Senior Foreign Service Officer and Diplomat in Residence at UC Berkeley
Monday, April 2nd
 Thomson Hall 317
 No registration required

Considering a career in with the U.S. Department of State?  Brooks A. Robinson, a Senior Foreign Service Officer and Diplomat in Residence at the University of California, Berkeley, will give a presentation on careers in the State Department.  For further information on State Department career and internship opportunities, please explore

Are you thinking about taking the Foreign Service Officer Test, the first step in the selection process leading to a career with the Department of State as a diplomat?  Mrs. Robinson will also discuss the test itself, test-taking strategies, how to prepare, and what qualities the test seeks to evaluate.  This is designed for anyone considering taking the exam, even if they have not yet registered.

CLUE Writing Center Workshops on Resumes and Cover Letters

The CLUE Writing Center will be hosting a series of workshops on understanding the basics of resume and cover letter writing for job/internship applications. During these workshops, we present students with strategies they should be aware of with regards to these fairly structured documents, as well as highlight the major mistakes those of us just entering the job market/looking to gain experience often make. I would greatly appreciate it if you would be so kind as to let your department's students know via e-mail when these will be happening. The dates and locations are as follows (and both workshops take place from 7 PM--8 PM):

Monday, 4/2: MGH 228
Wednesday, 4/4: MGH 228

Internship opportunities at the City of Seattle

Visit the City of Seattle's website to view the new internships on the Student Opportunities page.  The postings can be found at .  The first batch will close 4/3/12.  We will add more opportunities over the next week.

The ECC is Hiring!

Employment opportunities available!
Join the Ethnic Cultural Center Team!
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We are excited to meet you and hope you will apply for the 2012-2013
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The ECC is always on the lookout for talented and self-motivated individuals who aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty and learn something new. In accordance with the mission of the ECC, our employees promote an inclusive and educational environment that enhance the communication and exchange of multicultural values and perspectives.
Technical Coordinator
This position will become the intermediary between the reservations office and theatre, assisting with reservations coordination and preparation of the theatre for events. 

Student Website Coordinator
This is a great way to show your skills in web publishing and technologies. This position will be responsible for the proper formatting and publishing of various ECC content into the web-o-sphere AKA the Internet.

Diversity Advocate Intern
This position will serve as a peer educator who is responsible for facilitating workshops and creating passive programming on a variety of topics focused on diversity, equity and social justice.
Student Public Relations & Marketing Coordinator
This position is responsible for the development and production of all ECC promotions and marketing plans, publications and assist staff to develop promotions of events and programs.

Theatre Technician
Theatre technicians are responsible for overseeing all on-site aspects of an event and will obtain a comprehensive knowledge of Ethnic Cultural Center and Theatre facilities and operations.

Student Development Coordinator
This position is responsible for assisting the ECC Leadership Team with high quality work pertaining to programming, advising, and administrative tasks. *Graduate students only.
Student Resource Coordinator
The Ethnic Cultural Center Student Resource Coordinator (SRC) provides crucial support for the professional staff by coordinating the daily operations of the ECC facility during specified working hours.  

Reservations Assistant
Provides crucial support to the Operations and Facilities Coordinator (OFC) by coordinating a high volume of incoming requests to reserve ECC spaces, including conference spaces in our temporary facility in Condon Hall and our Theatre space.

Student Graphic Designer
This position provides graphic design support to ECC staff with hard and soft copy products, including web sites.
To view full job descriptions and to apply, please visit our website. You will need to submit your cover letter, resume, and application to the ECC front desk by April 16th, 2012 to be considered as an applicant.  We hope to see you soon!