Career Events

Want to learn about career paths, network with employers and alumni, or build your career skills? Career and Employment Services (CES) hosts, co-sponsors, and promotes a wide variety of events that support students' career development.

Request a CES Speaker/Program  Looking for career fair Info? Here it is!

Fall Semester: August, SeptemberOctober, November, December
Spring Semester: January, February, March, April, May
Check the calendar for updates; schedule changes are bound to occur and may happen at the last minute.

Sign in and sign up to attend events via LoggerJobs—you'll receive automatic notifications if changes occur, speed your entry into events, and help us plan for space and refreshments (if provided).
Unless participation is limited, like for a tour, you can still attend if you don't sign up.


NOVEMBER 2018************
(Previous dates rotate to the bottom.)

Weekly:
Appointments available in CES: M-F 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m.
Career Advising Drop-in Hours: M-F Noon—1 p.m.
CES Career Peer Advising Office Hours with Emma Harrington '20
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Mondays 10:30-11:30 a.m. in Marshall Hall
--Thursdays 9:30-10:30 a.m. in Oppenheimer Cafe
Pop-up Career Advising: Follow CES on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter for Pop-up times and locations


Meeting with a career advisor for a resume or cover letter review? Make the most of your time—bring a printed copy of your document!

 



November is Career Development Month!

Thursday, Nov. 22 - Friday, November 23
Thanksgiving Holiday—CES is closed

Tuesday, Nov. 27

Aerotek Recruiter's Training Program
Looking for a post-graduation job? Consider starting your career by learning about the job search process from the inside by training to become a professional recruiter, like Jayce Ikehara '18. Chat with Jayce about his employer, Aerotek, and hear what he’s learning as he undergoes the training process.

Wednesday, Nov. 28
Drop-ins & Doughnuts
To celebrate Career Development Month, we’ve added sprinkles (+30 minutes) to drop-in appointments. Drop by today to say hi and grab a warm beverage and doughnut holes! Noon—1:30 p.m. in Howarth 101

Friday, Nov. 30
Health Care Friday | TBA
Curious about career paths in health care? Each Friday, we feature a recruiter from a health care-related organization. 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC **Learn more about recruiter visits to campus via LoggerJobs**

DECEMBER 2018*********** 

Weekly:
Appointments available in CES: M-F 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m.
Career Advising Drop-in Hours: M-F Noon—1 p.m. (While classes are in session.)
CES Career Peer Advising Office Hours with Emma Harrington '20:

--Mondays 10:30-11:30 a.m. in Marshall Hall
--Thursdays 9:30-10:30 a.m. in Oppenheimer Cafe
Pop-up Career Advising: Follow CES on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter for Pop-up times and locations

Monday, Dec. 24—Monday, Dec. 31
CES is closed for these days. Otherwise, CES remains open throughout winter break, Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with occasional exceptions for staff training. If you're planning to visit, call 253.879.3161 for updates about closures or to make an appointment. Drop-in hours are not in effect while class is not in session.

 

Until the 2019 events are added, check out the 2018 calendar below for a sampling of the type of events open to all students, regardless of class year or major:

JANUARY 2018************

Monday-Friday, Jan. 8-15
Take a Logger to Work 2018

Wednesday, Jan. 17
CES Weekly Table
CES team members host our table over the noon hour. Drop by to say hello and enter our weekly prize drawing. 10 a.m.—4 p.m. (Staffed Noon—1 p.m.) on Vendors Row in WSC

Wednesday, Jan. 24
CES Weekly Table
CES team members host our table over the noon hour. Drop by to say hello and enter our weekly prize drawing. 10 a.m.—4 p.m. (Staffed Noon—1 p.m.) on Vendors Row in WSC

Wednesday, Jan. 24
ScribeAmerica | Info Session
Curious about what it's like to work as a medical scribe? Here's your chance to ask questions in a small group setting. ScribeAmerica differs from other scribe services in that they work in clinics and doctors' offices as well as hospitals. **Planning to attend? Sign in to LoggerJobs and sign up!** 5:30 p.m. in Howarth 101

Tuesday, Jan. 30
Weekly (Employer) Table | PhysAssist Scribes
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with a different employer each Tuesday! **Learn more about PhysAssist Scribes in LoggerJobs** 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC

Tuesday, Jan. 30
National Park Service | Info Session
Do you have a passion for the outdoors? How about history? The National Park Service is where those two interests can connect in meaningful ways through public service. Meet Marc Blackburn '85, West District Ranger at Mt. Rainier, who will be hiring for opportunities this summer and talking about career paths broadly with the National Park Service and beyond. **Planning to attend? Sign in to LoggerJobs and sign up!** 6—7  p.m. in Howarth 101

Wednesday, Jan. 31
CES Weekly Table
CES team members host our table over the noon hour. Drop by to say hello and enter our weekly prize drawing. 10 a.m.—4 p.m. (Staffed Noon—1 p.m.) on Vendors Row in WSC

Wednesday, Jan. 31 (First of 5 repeating session options)
Summer Fellowship Internship Program | Info Session
Want to intern with a Tacoma-area nonprofit this summer? Gain experience, and grow as a professional during the 10-week Summer Fellowship Internship Program! A monetary award and low-cost housing is provided to all Fellows. Interested in applying? Attend one of 5 information sessions (mandatory in the application process). 4—5  p.m. in Collins Library McCormick Room (303)

Wednesday, Jan. 31
Justice Leadership Program | Info Session
Learn about year-long internships that combine social change, community building, congregational service, and leadership development. **Planning to attend? Sign in to LoggerJobs and sign up!** 5  p.m. in Howarth 101

FEBRUARY 2018************ 

Thursday, Feb. 1 (2nd of 5 repeating session options)
Summer Fellowship Internship Program | Info Session
Want to intern with a Tacoma-area nonprofit this summer? Gain experience, and grow as a professional during the 10-week Summer Fellowship Internship Program! A monetary award and low-cost housing is provided to all Fellows. Interested in applying? Attend one of 5 information sessions (mandatory in the application process). 5:30—6:30 p.m. in Collins Library McCormick Room (303)

Thursday, Feb. 1
Careers in the State Department
Join us for a conversation with visiting diplomat Consul General James Herman. Learn about his career with the state department and the varied paths that exist for students. **Planning to attend? Sign in to LoggerJobs and sign up!** 6—7:30 p.m. in WSC Rotunda

Friday, Feb. 2 (3rd of 5 repeating session options)
Summer Fellowship Internship Program | Info Session
Want to intern with a Tacoma-area nonprofit this summer? Gain experience, and grow as a professional during the 10-week Summer Fellowship Internship Program! A monetary award and low-cost housing is provided to all Fellows. Interested in applying? Attend one of 5 information sessions (mandatory in the application process). 11 a.m.—Noon in Collins Library McCormick Room (303)

Monday, Feb. 5 (4th of 5 repeating session options)
Summer Fellowship Internship Program | Info Session
Want to intern with a Tacoma-area nonprofit this summer? Gain experience, and grow as a professional during the 10-week Summer Fellowship Internship Program! A monetary award and low-cost housing is provided to all Fellows. Interested in applying? Attend one of 5 information sessions (mandatory in the application process). Noon—1  p.m. in Wheelock 201

Tuesday, Feb. 6
Weekly (Employer) Table | Morgan Family YMCA (Summer Day Camps)
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with a different employer each Tuesday!  11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC

Tuesday, Feb. 6 (5th of 5 repeating session option)
Summer Fellowship Internship Program | Info Session
Want to intern with a Tacoma-area nonprofit this summer? Gain experience, and grow as a professional during the 10-week Summer Fellowship Internship Program! A monetary award and low-cost housing is provided to all Fellows. Interested in applying? Attend one of 5 information sessions (mandatory in the application process). 4—5  p.m. in Collins Library McCormick Room (303)

Wednesday, Feb. 7
CES Weekly Table
CES team members host our table over the noon hour. Drop by to say hello and enter our weekly prize drawing. 10 a.m.—4 p.m. (Staffed Noon—1 p.m.) on Vendors Row in WSC

Wednesday, Feb. 7
Career Fair | Day 1: Social Justice & Public Service
Featuring employers with a focus on social justice work as well as organizations offering positions within local, state, and the federal government.  **Planning to attend? Sign in to LoggerJobs and sign up!** 4—6 p.m. in WSC Rotunda

Thursday, Feb. 8
Career Fair | Day 2: All Industries
Featuring a mix of employers with a wide array of opportunities for students of all majors.  **Planning to attend? Sign in to LoggerJobs and sign up!** 4—6 p.m. in WSC Rotunda

Tuesday, Feb. 13
Weekly (Employer) Table | Robert Half: Office Team/Accountemps
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with a different employer each Tuesday! **Learn more about this week's organization in LoggerJobs** 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC

Tuesday, Feb. 13
Panel Discussion with Professional Scribes | ScribeAmerica
How can working as a medical scribe impact your health care career? Hear from a panel of leaders and managers from ScribeAmerica, a company that operates locally in both emergency rooms and outpatient clinics, offering flexible hours for students. **Learn more and sign up in LoggerJobs** Pizza will be served. 6—7 p.m. in Thompson 171

Tuesday, Feb. 13
First in Family: Career Opportunities & Life Beyond Puget Sound | Sponsored by CICE
When you're the first in your family to attend college, you're probably also breaking other ground...like seeking and applying for internships or graduate school. Join CES as we talk about life beyond Puget Sound, with your strengths at the forefront. 6 p.m. in the Social Justice Center (sage-colored house on 13th & Lawrence)

Wednesday, Feb. 14
CES Weekly Table
CES team members host our table over the noon hour. Drop by to say hello and enter our weekly prize drawing. 10 a.m.—4 p.m. (Staffed Noon—1 p.m.) on Vendors Row in WSC

Thursday, Feb. 15
People Like Me: The Importance of Queer and People of Color in the Fields of Education and Counseling
Are you considering a career in counseling or teaching, but have questions about how to navigate these fields as a person of color and/or queer individual? Join CICE and the School of Education for a panel and discussion with self-identified queer and people of color—alumni from the University of Puget Sound's Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) and Master of Education in Counseling (M.Ed) programs. **Get details and sign up in LoggerJobs!* 5:30—7 p.m. in Trimble Forum

Wednesday, Feb. 21
CES Weekly Table
CES team members host our table over the noon hour. Drop by to say hello and enter our weekly prize drawing. 10 a.m.—4 p.m. (Staffed Noon—1 p.m.) on Vendors Row in WSC

Thursday, Feb. 22
Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group | Info Session
Want to work to support ecological diversity? "The Salmon Center strives to deepen the connection between land, people, and salmon through restoration, education, and research." Learn about available internships, such as: Environmental Educator; Habitat Monitoring Technician; Summer Chum Research Technician. **Planning to attend? Sign in to LoggerJobs and sign up!** 6—7 p.m. in Howarth 101 

Wednesday, Feb. 28
CES Weekly Table
CES team members host our table over the noon hour. Drop by to say hello and enter our weekly prize drawing. 10 a.m.—4 p.m. (Staffed Noon—1 p.m.) on Vendors Row in WSC

Wednesday, Feb. 28
Life After Graduation: Reports from the Real World | Presented by Sociology and Anthropology (SOAN)
Hear from a panel of Sociology and Anthropology alumni speak about their diverse professional pursuits and the role that SOAN training played  in paving their pathways into the fields of health sciences, education, and technology. 6 p.m. in Wyatt 109

 
MARCH 2018**************

Thursday, March 1
Management Training & Internship Opportunities | Recruiting event with Enterprise Holdings
Meet fun and friendly student-athlete alumni who started their careers through the award-winning internship program at Enterprise, and continued into the Management Training Program. They love what they do and they can't wait to share their experiences with you! Refreshments provided. **Learn more and sign up in LoggerJobs** 6:30—8 p.m in Trimble Forum

Monday & Tuesday, March 5 & 6
Puget Sound Grad Fair 2018 (Presented by Alumni & Parent Relations)
Enjoy treats while you order your cap and gown, take professional graduation portraits, and access university personnel and resources in preparation for the next chapter of your Puget Sound experience. Noon-4 p.m. in WSC Piano Lounge

Tuesday, March 6
Weekly (Employer) Table | ProscribeMD
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with a different employer each Tuesday! **Learn more about this week's organization in LoggerJobs** 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC

Tuesday, March 6
Careers in Health & Fitness
Meet professionals who have translated their interests in health and fitness into careers. Panelists include a registered dietitian and certified nutritionist, a marathon-running Chiropractor, the Director of Heath & Well-Being at the YMCA, a Biomechanics Research Associate with Brooks Running, and Puget Sound's Director of Sports Medicine! **Learn more and sign up in LoggerJobs** 7—8:30 p.m. in Trimble Forum

Wednesday, March 7
CES Weekly Table
CES team members host our table over the noon hour. Drop by to say hello and enter our weekly prize drawing. 10 a.m.—4 p.m. (Staffed Noon—1 p.m.) on Vendors Row in WSC

Thursday, March 8
Weekly (Employer) Table | The Washington Bus
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with a different employer each Tuesday! **Learn more about this organization in LoggerJobs** 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC

Friday, March 9
Weekly (Employer) Table | Ameson Year in China
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with a different employer each Tuesday! **Learn more about this organization in LoggerJobs** 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC

Tuesday, March 20
Weekly (Employer) Table | Air Force Reserve
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with different employers each week! **Learn more about this organization in LoggerJobs** 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC

Wednesday, March 21
CES Weekly Table
CES team members host our table over the noon hour. Drop by to say hello and enter our weekly prize drawing. 10 a.m.—4 p.m. (Staffed Noon—1 p.m.) on Vendors Row in WSC

Wednesday, March 21
Employer Table | Easterseals Camp Stand By Me
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with different employers each week! **Learn more about this organization in LoggerJobs** 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC

Thursday, March 22
Interviewing and Salary Negotiation Workshop
Want to improve your performance in interviews? Wondering how to handle salary questions? Alumnus Tom Perry '98, career coach and founder of Engaged Pursuit will join CES advisors to help prepare you for job interviews and salary negotiations. Trimble Forum 6-7:30 p.m.

Monday, March 26 - Friday, April 6
Federal and State Work-Study Referral Sessions for Summer 2018
Plan to continue with your current work-study employer this summer? You must apply/reapply for FWS/SWS. Once you receive notification of your eligibility, call CES at 253.879.3161 to schedule a referral appointment.

Monday, March 12-Friday, March 16
Spring Break | CES is open
Drop-in Hours are not scheduled this week. Please call for an appointment.

Tuesday, March 27
Weekly (Employer) Table| ResCare
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with a different employer each Tuesday! **Learn more about this organization in LoggerJobs** 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC

Tuesday, March 27
Peace Corps Meet & Greet
Curious about the Peace Corps? Drop by meet our new recruiter, Tamorie Mayweather! Whether you're unfamiliar with the Corps, or are ready to apply, Tamorie is happy to chat, answer your questions, and offer advice on the application process. **Planning to join us? Let us know in LoggerJobs** Noon—1:00 p.m. in Howarth 101

Wednesday, March 28
CES Weekly Table
CES team members host our table over the noon hour. Drop by to say hello and enter our weekly prize drawing. 10 a.m.—4 p.m. (Staffed Noon—1 p.m.) on Vendors Row in WSC

Wednesday, March 28
Summer Job & Internship Fair
Connect with camps, parks, and more for summer jobs and internships at this laid-back recruiting event for Puget Sound students. **Get details and sign up for a pre-printed name tag in LoggerJobs** 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the WSC Rotunda

Friday, March 30 & Monday, April 2
Ready to prep for a job search?
Consider enrolling in CRDV 301: Career Readiness

Drop by Howarth 101 to chat with instructor Jake Nelko about permission to enroll.
Friday: 1:30—4:30 p.m.
Monday: 10—Noon or 2—3:30 p.m.

 

Monday, April 2
Tableau Software Meet & Greet
Tableau's Product Consulting Team will  provide a demo of the product and chat with students about their summer internship. **Learn more and sign up in LoggerJobs** 5—6 p.m. in Howarth 101

Tuesday, April 3
Northwestern Mutual | Info Session
Join Angie Tronset '11, Director of Career Development for Northwestern Mutual, to learn more about the organization and get an overview of their internship program. **Learn more and sign up in LoggerJobs** 6—7 p.m. in Howarth 101

Wednesday, April 4
CES Weekly Table
CES team members host our table over the noon hour. Drop by to say hello and enter our weekly prize drawing. 10 a.m.—4 p.m. (Staffed Noon—1 p.m.) on Vendors Row in WSC

Thursday, April 5
Pushpay | Info Session
Meet 2010 P&G alumna Norah Son to hear how she found her fit with Pushpay, a tech company that operates in the faith, non-profit, and education sectors. Norah is now a recruiter for the organization and hopes to recruit Puget Sound students for sales roles with a base salary of $40k plus commission. **Learn more and sign up in LoggerJobs** 6—7 p.m. in Howarth 101

Monday, April 2 - Friday, April 6 (Continuing from March 26)
Federal and State Work-Study Referral Sessions for Summer 2018
Plan to continue with your current work-study employer this summer? You must apply/reapply for FWS/SWS. Once you receive notification of your eligibility, call CES at 253.879.3161 to schedule a referral appointment.

Monday, April 9 - Friday, April 13
Federal and State Work-Study Referral Sessions for Academic Year 2018/19
Many federal or state work-study eligible students will return to the same job next year, and CES will confirm those placements with supervisors. For students who want to consider different options, this is your opportunity. Once you receive notification of your eligibility, call CES at 253.879.3161 to schedule a referral appointment.

Tuesday, April 10
Weekly (Employer) Table | College Access Now
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with a different employer each Tuesday! **Learn more about this organization in LoggerJobs** 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC

Tuesday, April 10
College Access Now | Info Session
Meet College Access Now representative Melissa Beadle and learn about the AmeriCorps program opportunities helping young people reach their education goals! **Learn more and sign up in LoggerJobs** 6—7 p.m. in Howarth 101

Wednesday, April 11
CES Weekly Table
CES team members host our table over the noon hour. Drop by to say hello and enter our weekly prize drawing. 10 a.m.—4 p.m. (Staffed Noon—1 p.m.) on Vendors Row in WSC

Tuesday, April 17
Weekly (Employer) Table | Total Living Concept (Cancelled due to illness)

Tuesday, April 17
Foreign Service Trivia Night
Are you interested in foreign affairs or working as a diplomat? Come test your knowledge of current foreign affairs issues and diplomacy. This event is a great review session for those planning to take the Foreign Service Officer Test, but is open to everyone! Topics will range from world history and geography to U.S. government. **Planning to attend? Sign up in LoggerJobs** 6—7 p.m. in Howarth 101

Wednesday, April 18
CES Weekly Table
CES team members host our table over the noon hour. Drop by to say hello and enter our weekly prize drawing. 10 a.m.—4 p.m. (Staffed Noon—1 p.m.) on Vendors Row in WSC

Wednesday, April 18
Meet the Employer: Continuant
Looking for a full-time job in the local area? Telecommunications company Continuant wants to meet you! Learn about their open positions, organizational culture, and benefits. **Learn more and sign up in LoggerJobs** 6—7 p.m. in Howarth 101

 

 

 

Thursday, April 19
Career Conversations: Environmental Professions & Organizations
Learn how professionals in government, industry, and consulting work from various angles to reduce air and water pollution on a local level. **Learn more and sign up in LoggerJobs** 6—7 p.m. in Thompson 193

Friday, April 20
Info Table: Easter Seals Camp Stand By Me
11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC


Tuesday, April 24
Weekly (Employer) Table | NARAL Pro-Choice Washington
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with a different employer each Tuesday! **Learn more about this organization in LoggerJobs** 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC

Wednesday, April 25
CES Weekly Table
CES team members host our table over the noon hour. Drop by to say hello and enter our weekly prize drawing. 10 a.m.—4 p.m. (Staffed Noon—1 p.m.) on Vendors Row in WSC 

APRIL 2018************** (previous dates rotate to bottom of list)
CES office hours: M-F 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m.
Career Advising Drop-in HoursM-F, Noon-1 p.m. in CES (Howarth 101)

April is Student Employment Month!

Thursday, April 26
Info Table: The Grand Cinema
Alumna Darcy Nelson ’12, Marketing Director for the Grand, will be on campus recruiting interns to help out with the fall Film Festival. 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC

Thursday, April 26
Consider Pharmacy—Panel of Loggers
Join us to talk about careers in pharmacy and preparation for pharmacy school! Hear from three Puget Sound alumni and one current student who will share their stories and answer your questions about preparing for and applying to pharmacy school as well as exploring careers within the field. 

  • Jan Biernacke ’12, PGY-1 Pharmacy Resident and PharmD candidate at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
  • Olivia Schwerdt ’16, First-year student at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy
  • Dr. Jeff Grinstead ’97, Associate Professor in the Chemistry Department with a PhD in Medicinal Chemistry from the University of Washington
  • Emma Elder ’18, current Puget Sound senior who will matriculate in the fall to the University of Washington School of Pharmacy

5—6:00p.m. in Thompson 193  ~Pizza will be provided. Please RSVP to HealthProfessions@pugetsound.edu if you plan to attend.

MAY 2018****************
CES office hours: M-F 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 2
Last CES Weekly Table of the year
CES team members host our table over the noon hour. Drop by to say hello and find out who won Annual Prizes! 9:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m. (Staffed Noon-1 p.m.) on Vendors Row in WSC


Summer 2018****************

May 14-August 26
CES office hours: M-F 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m.
CES remains open throughout the summer, with occasional exceptions for holidays or staff training. If you're planning to visit campus during the summer, call 253.879.3161 for updates about closures or to make an appointment. Drop-in hours are not in effect during the summer. 

AUGUST 2018*************
Appointments available: M-F 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m.
Career Advising Drop-in Hours: M-F Noon—1 p.m.
CES Career Peer Advising with Emma Harrington '20:
TBA
Pop-up Career Advising: Follow CES on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter for Pop-ups

Friday, August. 31
CES Table at Log Jam Activities Fair
Swing by to say hello, pose for a photo op, and bag some swag! Todd Field 5 p.m.

SEPTEMBER 2018**********
September is International Update (or create!) Your Resume Month!

Weekly:
Appointments available in CES: M-F 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m.
Career Advising Drop-in Hours: M-F Noon—1 p.m.
CES Career Peer Advising Office Hours with Emma Harrington '20:
--Mondays 10:30-11:30 a.m. in Marshall Hall
--Thursdays 9:30-10:30 a.m. in Oppenheimer Cafe
Pop-up Career Advising: Follow CES on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter for Pop-up times and locations

Monday, Sept. 3
Labor Day Holiday—CES closed.

Tuesday, Sept. 4
Tuesday Employer Table | Tacoma Community House
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with different employers each week! This week, representatives from TCH will be recruiting for interns and volunteers to work with Tacoma's immigrant population. Drop by to say hello and learn more! 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors' Row in Wheelock Student Center **Add recruiter visits to your calendar via LoggerJobs**

Wednesday, Sept. 5
State Department Summer 2019 Internships | Skype Session
Dreaming of an internship with the State Department? Meet Dorothy Ngutter, Diplomat-in-Residence for the Northwest and get tips on how to submit a successful application. 6—7 p.m. in Howarth 101 **Learn more and register via LoggerJobs**

Thursday, Sept. 6
Careers in Professional Services
How did three economists land careers with one of the top accounting firms in the country? Hear how this trio broke into the organization despite not being accountants or attending schools where the organization typically recruits. Learn about careers in professional services, and how to pursue almost any career with a degree from Puget Sound. 6—7 p.m. in McIntyre 107. **Learn more and register via LoggerJobs**

Friday, Sept. 7
Health Care Friday | ProscribeMD 
Curious about career paths in health care? Each Friday, we feature a recruiter from a health care-related organization. 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. outside Harned Colonnade **Learn more about recruiter visits to campus via LoggerJobs**

Tuesday, Sept. 11
Tuesday Employer Table | Sherwin Williams
This week, Sherwin Williams is recruiting for part-time employees, summer interns, and management trainees. Drop by to say hello and learn more! 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors' Row in Wheelock Student Center **Add recruiter visits to your calendar via LoggerJobs**

Tuesday, Sept. 11
Federal Bureau of Investigations | Info Session
Interested in law enforcement and intelligence fields? With a variety of programs, internships, and entry-level career options, the FBI seeks the best and brightest students and recent graduates to bring their knowledge and skills to this diverse workforce—and they want to meet Logger students  6 p.m. in WSC Rotunda **Learn more and register via LoggerJobs**


Thursday, Sept. 13
Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) Night
ASK Night brings students and alumni together for a relaxed evening of conversation. Make connections, seek advice, and exchange stories. Find out what alumni wish they'd known or done during college! 7—8:30 p.m. in Thomas Hall


Jump to the front of the line! Pre-register for the STEM and All Industries Career Fairs in LoggerJobs. Then bring your Logger ID card to swipe in for fastest entry.

 
Friday, Sept. 14
Health Care Friday
| PhysAssistScribes
Curious about career paths in health care? Each Friday, we feature a recruiter from a health care-related organization. **Learn more about recruiter visits to campus via LoggerJobs**

Tuesday, Sept. 18
Tuesday Employer Table | Navy Nuclear Programs
Representatives from the United States Navy will be recruiting for their Nuclear Propulsion Officer program. Drop by to say hello and learn more! 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors' Row in Wheelock Student Center **Add recruiter visits to your calendar via LoggerJobs**

Wednesday, Sept. 19
Washington State Legislative Internship Program | Info Session
Interested in gaining experience in government? Learn about paid, full-time, internships during the
2019 legislative session! Pizza provided. Noon—1 p.m. in Thomas 366 (Seminar Room) **Sign in and sign up via LoggerJobs**

Wednesday, Sept. 19
Tour to Rusty George Creative
Curious about the world of advertising and creative agencies? Tour the offices of Rusty George Creative in downtown Tacoma and hear from Rusty George himself! The company is known for their quirky, unique approach to marketing and branding. 2:30—5 p.m.

Thursday, Sept. 20
Hitachi Consulting | Info Session
Ever considered consulting as a career path? Meet representatives from Hitachi Consulting and learn about entry-level opportunities with their Consulting Core. You'll learn about the recruiting process, and have time to chat with the team. 6:30—8 p.m. in Thomas Hall, Tahoma Room **Sign in and sign up via LoggerJobs**

Friday, Sept. 21
Health Care Friday | ScribeAmerica
Curious about career paths in health care? Each Friday, we feature a recruiter from a health care-related organization. 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors' Row in Wheelock Student Center **Learn more about recruiter visits to campus via LoggerJobs**

Friday, Sept. 21
Summer Fellowship Internship Program (SFIP) Symposium
Considering applying for SFIP 2019? Immerse yourself in the summer of 2018 for inspiration! Students from the 2018 program will share their experience and answer questions. 3:30—5 p.m. in the WSC Rotunda

Tuesday, Sept. 25
Tuesday Employer Table | Easterseals Camp Stand By Me
Representatives from Camp Stand By Me will be recruiting counselors and support staff to work with kids with disabilities. 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors' Row in Wheelock Student Center **Learn more about recruiter visits to campus via LoggerJobs**

Tuesday, Sept. 25
DSHS Special Commitment Center | Info Session
Department of Social and Health Services Special Commitment Center clinical staff (psychologists, residential rehabilitation counselors, and milieu specialists) will talk about the treatment programs offered. Hear about the day-to-day duties of working with residents and learn about opportunities with DSHSSC. 6—7 p.m. in Howarth 101 **Learn more and sign up via LoggerJobs**

Wednesday, Sept. 26
Navy Nuclear Programs | Info Session
Meet representatives from the U.S. Navy recruiting team to learn about what it takes to join this select group of disciplined and committed Officers who lead the Navy's Fleet—commanding some of the most technologically advanced equipment in the world. 5—6 p.m. in Howarth 101 **Learn more and sign up via LoggerJobs**

OCTOBER 2018************

*On Oct. 10 & 11, CES will close at 1 p.m., after drop-in hours, to prepare for the Career Fair.

Tuesday, Oct. 2
Tuesday Employer Table | Environment Washington
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with different employers each week! 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC **Learn more about recruiter visits to campus via LoggerJobs**

Wednesday, Oct. 3
Career Fair Prep | Resume Reviews from Recruiters
Seeking jobs and internships at the Fair next week? Get feedback on your resume and advice on how to approach employers at the Fair! 6—8 p.m. in Howarth 101 **Sign up for a 30-minute time slot via LoggerJobs** 

Friday, Oct. 5
Health Care Friday | ProScribe CANCELLED. Connect with Proscribe at the Career Fair!
Curious about career paths in health care? Each Friday, we feature a recruiter from a health care-related organization. **Learn more about recruiter visits to campus via LoggerJobs**

Tuesday, Oct. 9
Tuesday Employer Table | Chick-fil-A
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with different employers each week! 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC **Learn more about recruiter visits to campus via LoggerJobs**

Tuesday, Oct. 9
Overland Summers Info Session
Overland hires exceptional college students and recent graduates to lead summer programs across the country and around the world. Leaders describe Overland as the most challenging and satisfying leadership and work experience they've ever had. Learn about Overland's hiking, biking, service, writing, and language programs, and visit with their team. 7—8:30 in Howarth 212 **Sign in to LoggerJobs to learn more and to sign up.**

Wednesday & Thursday, Oct. 10 & 11
2-Day Career Fair: Day 1: STEM | Day 2: All Industries
Whether it's your first or final year on campus, and regardless of your major, you can benefit from attending Career Fairs! Explore career options, practice professional behavior, and connect with organizations to inquire about jobs and internships. 5—7 p.m. in WSC Rotunda

Friday, Oct. 12
Take a Logger to Work: Applications are available. Apply now!

Friday, Oct. 19 
Health Care Friday | Scribe America
Curious about career paths in health care? Each Friday, we feature a recruiter from a health care-related organization. 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC **Learn more about recruiter visits to campus via LoggerJobs**

Monday, Oct. 22
A Year of Service: Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest Info Session
Bring your lunch and chat with JVCNW representatives about post-graduation opportunities to serve in Pacific Northwest communities and make a difference. Noon—1 p.m. in WSC 201 **Learn more and RSVP via LoggerJobs**

Tuesday, Oct. 23
Tuesday Employer Table | PERC Tutoring
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with different employers each week! 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC **Learn more about recruiter visits to campus via LoggerJobs**

Friday, Oct. 26
Take a Logger to Work: Priority Deadline for Job Shadows during Winter Break. Apply now!

OCTOBER 2018************

Weekly:
Appointments available in CES: M-F 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m.*
Career Advising Drop-in Hours: M-F Noon—1 p.m.
CES Career Peer Advising Office Hours with Emma Harrington '20:
--Mondays 10:30-11:30 a.m. in Marshall Hall
--Thursdays 9:30-10:30 a.m. in Oppenheimer Cafe
Pop-up Career Advising: Follow CES on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter for Pop-up times and locations

Tuesday, Oct. 30
Tuesday Employer Table | City Year
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with different employers each week! 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC **Learn more about recruiter visits to campus via LoggerJobs**

Tuesday, Oct. 30

The Value of Humanities: How to Make Your Degree Work for Your Career
Recruiters Donna Pham from City Year, alum Vince Ghiringhelli ’10 with Zillow, and Annie Hougland at Sherwin Williams discuss the value of Humanities studies and offer advice on how to pitch your experience to employers. 5—6:30 p.m. in Wyatt 101.

Tuesday, Oct. 30
Careers in Diplomacy | U.S. Department of State
Learn about life in the Foreign Service! Diplomat-in-Residence for the Northwest Dorothy Ngutter is visiting Puget Sound to chat with students about the varied careers of a Foreign Service officer. 7 p.m. in Thomas Hall Tahoma Room **Learn more and RSVP via LoggerJobs**     

Friday, Nov. 2
Health Care Friday | TBA
Curious about career paths in health care? Each Friday, we feature a recruiter from a health care-related organization. 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC **Learn more about recruiter visits to campus via LoggerJobs**

Sunday, Nov. 4
Take a Logger to Work: Application Deadline for Job Shadows during Winter Break. Apply now!

Monday, Nov. 5
Employer Info Table | Tacoma Community House
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with different employers each week! 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC **Learn more about recruiter visits to campus via LoggerJobs**

Tuesday, Nov. 6
Tuesday Employer Table | Congressman Denny Heck's Office: Winter Term Internships
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with different employers each week! 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC **Learn more about recruiter visits to campus via LoggerJobs**

Wednesday, Nov. 7

Bloodworks Northwest | Info Session
Hear top researchers (including a Logger alumna!) describe how long-term studies into platelet life and storage have revolutionized transfusion therapy. Meet the scientists and learn about opportunities with this innovative organization. 7—8 p.m. in WSC 108 ~Arrive early, between 6 & 7, to mingle and explore the interactive displays! **Get details and sign up via LoggerJobs**

Tuesday, Nov. 13
Tuesday Employer Table | Camp Stand by Me
Organizations recruit talent year-round, not just at career fairs. Connect with different employers each week! 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC **Learn more about recruiter visits to campus via LoggerJobs**

Wednesday, Nov. 14
Drop-ins & Doughnuts
To celebrate Career Development Month, we’ve added sprinkles (+30 minutes) to drop-in appointments. Drop by to say hi and grab some hot cider and doughnut holes! Noon—1:30 p.m. in Howarth 101

Thursday, Nov. 15

Northwestern Mutual | Information Session
Have lunch with Angie Tronset '11 to learn about Spring and Summer internships, and post-grad opportunities. Angie is bringing the pizza—you bring your questions! Noon—1 p.m. in Battin Lounge, McIntyre 109 **Sign in to LoggerJobs and sign up, so we can plan to order plenty of pizza!**

 

Thursday, Nov. 15

LinkedIn Tutorial & Photo Booth
Brian Galicia '96 returns to campus to share his LinkedIn expertise! Learn how to build your brand and your network. Then, have a free professional head shot taken for your LinkedIn profile! 6—7 p.m. Presentation; 7—8 p.m. Photo Booth in WSC Upper Marshall Hall **Sign in to LoggerJobs for details and to RSVP**

Friday, Nov. 16
Health Care Friday | TBA
Curious about career paths in health care? Each Friday, we feature a recruiter from a health care-related organization. 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. on Vendors Row in WSC **Learn more about recruiter visits to campus via LoggerJobs**

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