Career Fairs are a great place to make contacts, submit resumes, and research companies.
Here is a list of the top web sites geared to help recent graduates in the career search process. All sites include information on networking, interview skills, resumes help, and much more!
UW Bothell Center for Career Services, located in UW1-161, has a wonderful web site dedicated to making the transition from school to work easier. The site includes information on seminars, tips on attending career fairs, and more!
UW Seattle Career and Internship Center is available to students from all University of Washington campuses, it is a great place to sign up for mock interviews, resume writing and job skills seminars, and includes a long list of job openings sorted by region and industry.
HuskyJobs is a service that UW Seattle created (which UW Bothell students can also access) to coordinate job listing and campus interviews. By registering with HuskyJobs, students will be able to search & apply for jobs, view on campus interview schedules, select interview times, upload resumes and cover letters, and more - all from a single software application! Employers are already starting to post opportunities, so whether students are looking for a part time job, career positions, or an opportunity to interview on campus, HuskyJobs is the place to start!
- Effective C++: 50 Specific Ways to Improve Your Programs and Design (2nd Edition) - Scott Meyers (Author); Paperback
- How Would You Move Mount Fuji? Microsoft's Cult of the Puzzle - How the World's Smartest Company Selects the Most Creative Thinkers - William Poundstone; Hardcover (A logic book )
- Programming Interviews Exposed: Secrets to Landing Your Next Job - John Mongan (Author), Noah Suojanen (Author); Paperback
UW Graduate School has information on all the UW's graduate programs.
US News rankings for Graduate Schools across the country. Includes rankings broken down by specialty fields, contact info for all ranked schools, and helpful articles about how to get the most out of your Graduate School experience.
The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a link to the Eductional Testing Service web site where students can register for the GRE's, download preparation material and request additional score reports.
This site is provided by the University of Washington, Bothell Computing and Software Systems program. It is intended for use by students and alumni as a resource for career information and resume help. If you have any questions, please contact the CSS program at email@example.com.