Find jobs and internships
Are you looking for a part-time job while you attend school? Are you getting ready to graduate and looking for a great career opportunity? Career Services has the resources to help you find an ideal position; something that works for you.
COVID-19 & internships, jobs and careers
Student FAQs: COVID-19 + Career page addresses student questions about:
- Unemployment eligibility
- Labor market for college graduates
- Spring & summer internships
- Job searching in an uncertain economy and in a virtual world
- Building skills & experience
- Networking & building relationships virtually
- Graduate & professional school
Handshake is where UW Bothell and Seattle students and alumni will find job and internship listings 24/7, and it's free! You can log in to your University of Washington Handshake account at uw.joinhandshake.com.
If you are interested in working remotely, a keyword search for "virtual" or "remote" within Handshake postings can help you find remote work opportunities.
Trouble logging in? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance and troubleshooting.
Curious on when employers post internships? Find the answer to this and other tips in the "Finding internships in Handshake" handout.
Additional places to search for jobs:
GoinGlobal - GoinGlobal hosts a job and internship portal for companies of all sizes, where you can search by location and field of interest, to find positions and gain insight into growing companies and industries.
Worksource - Worksource is Washington's official site for online employment services. Find a job, get job search help, locate workforce services in your area, access career information and more.
Work Study Positions - Work Study is a need-based financial aid program that gives students the opportunity to work part-time while going to school. All on-campus employment can serve as work study positions for any student who is work study eligible. Eligibility for work study is determined by FAFSA.
Jobs on-campus are available to current UW Bothell students. On-campus jobs are convenient, will flex around your class schedule, and allow you to learn more about campus. In addition to Handshake, check out our on-campus job listings via HuskyHires.
Wondering if you should do an internship? Wanting to figure out where to search for or create one? Review our internship page for plenty of information and steps to take.
Above are just a few organizations that recruit UW students for internships through Handshake. Be sure to check out other unique internships and opportunities by school below.