Oct. and Nov.: Attention 1Ls! Announcing the Fall Career Workshop Series
Date: Oct. 17 to Nov. 16, 2016.
Place: UW School of Law
You are cordially invited to participate in the 2016-2017 Workshop Series!
Session 1: Identifying and Articulating Your Dependable Strengths (10/17)
Session 2: Mastering Professional Communication (10/19, Rm 133): Take the fear and the mystery out of the dreaded word “networking.” Create a game plan for common networking situations and learn some tools to help you prepare. This session is being offered as part of a five-session series, designed to prepare students for the job search process.
Session 3: Cover Letters (11/2)
Session 4: Application Materials (Resumes, Reference/LOR’s, Writing Samples, and More!) (11/9)
Session 5: Interviewing (11/16)
Learn more here.
Oct. 18 SJT: Pro Bono Fair
Date: Tuesday, Oct. 18
Place: Brotman Galleria and Room 115
This week’s Social Justice Tuesday will be a Pro Bono Fair for table talk networking with pro bono organizations from around the region! There won’t be lunch at this SJT but stop by to meet some great organizations. Find the list of organizations here.
Oct. 18: Incarcerated Mothers Advocacy Project First Meeting
Date: Tuesday, Oct. 18
Place: Room 207
Please join us for our first IMAP meeting of the year! Interested in working for reproductive justice? Prison abolition? Come find out more about IMAP and how to get involved!
Oct. 20: U Lead We Lead: For a Better Tomorrow
Date: Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016
Place: HUB Ballroom
U Lead We Lead is a cross-campus collaboration of faculty, staff and students that uses the art of storytelling to motivate leaders of today and tomorrow. As a community, we will dive into timely and relevant questions about leadership for a better tomorrow. No lectures here; this event is all about stories, experiences and learning from one another.
Three local luminaries will each share their story and perspectives and call you to action. At U Lead We Lead, you get to hear from inspiring people and meet other Huskies for enriching conversation. U Lead We Lead: For a Better Tomorrow will inspire you for what’s ahead. This event is free and includes dinner as well as fun opportunities such as a photo booth, a Dubs appearance, and special giveaways. Read more here.
Oct. 21: Academic Skills Series; Strategies for Successful Outlining–Best Practices and Examples to Get You Started
Date: Friday, Oct. 21
Hear from fellow students about their approaches to outlining and see examples of different outlining styles. Anna Endter from the library will introduce you to library resources to help with outlining and give you tips about best practices. Dean Hotchkiss will be on hand to answer questions related to use of outlines during exams. A handout will also be circulated after the session.
Feb. 3 and 4: NW Public Service Career Fair
Time: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Date: Friday, Feb. 3 and Feb. 4, 2017
Place: Seattle University and Lewis and Clark College
Save the date: NW Public Service Career Fair
For twenty-seven years, the NW Public Service Career Fairs have linked law students & alumni with opportunities to make a difference. We typically have more than 50 non-profits & government offices and more than 500 students & alumni from our ten NW Consortium schools participating in the fairs. Employer registration open!
Photo courtesy of Lewis and Clark NW Public Service Career Fair.