Career Services has four computers exclusively for student career exploration activities, including several career inventories online not available from other computer terminals.
Please Take Note: Occupations may require additional education and/or experience.
Looking to just start your career in Public Relations? Then take a look at these websites that can help you get started in your search for the right career. Also feel free to stop by the Career and Testing Services for more information on finding the right career.
You can also check our our internship page to find a great internship while still doing undergraduate studies.
JOBS FOR WORLD CHANGERS
Can you get paid to change the world? Careers in public service are
suddenly "cool" again, according to career services director Heather
Krasna of the University of Washington's Evans School of Public
Affairs. In her new book, JOBS THAT MATTER, Krasna defines "public service" jobs as not just government work, but also careers at universities and other
learning institutions, as well as nonprofit and nongovernmental
organizations and many segments of the private sector devoted to improving the world.
Krasna offers exercises for defining one's dreams and clarifying the
steps to achieve them and narrowing down the aspect of the world that you want to improve, such as children's issues, civil rights, or urban development.
JOBS THAT MATTER by Heather Krasna (JIST Publishing, 2010, $14.95)