What do you need to know to make your next step after graduation? The ESS Student Services Team can help you figure out what you need to do next. You can also use the wonderful resources available through the UW Career Center in Mary Gates Hall.
Here are some resources to get your career pathway fleshed out:
- UW Career Center (includes career counseling, resume workshops, networking advice, career fairs, mock interviews, etc): http://careers.washington.edu/
- LinkedIn is the largest career and professional networking site in the world–many UW and ESS alumni are connected, as well as many members of the department, and our industry partners: https://www.linkedin.com/
- GEN ST 350: Navigating Career Options is a course taught by academic and career counselors to help students learn the skills they need in taking their next steps after college into a career: http://careers.washington.edu/Images/PRM/2013/02/Navigating-Career-Options
- Secondary Teaching Endorsements in Earth Science and General Sciences are reviewed by the ESS Advising: http://www.ess.washington.edu/ess/education/undergrad/teachingendorsement.html
- ESS Spring Networking Workshop & Networking Social were offered for the first time in 2014. Stay tuned for more information!
You can also meet one on one with with an adviser. Depending on your goals, you might contact Noell or Gerard for an appointment:
Noell: Resume writing, networking, job hunting, interviewing, graduate school in professional programs (JD, MBA, M.Ed, MPA, etc.), secondary teaching endorsements
Gerard: Local and national GeoTech industry, kinds of academic/professional preparation needed, coursework to facilitate entry into the industry, Graduate School in Research and Physical Sciences