WSU Entering Class Photo Fall 2022
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Three Fast Job Tips for WSU Graduate Students

Hey graduates! Summer is here, but are you looking for your next on-campus opportunity or maybe even off-campus part-time work? Are you ready to find a full-time post-graduate position after completing your thesis or Ph.D? Here are three tips to get you started:

  1. Utilize the Academic Success and Career Center (ASCC) program staff to get help and feedback regarding updating your Handshake profile, Cover letters, LinkedIn profile, CV, Resume, or any step of the job search. The ASCC can meet with students in person and virtually through Zoom throughout most of the Spring, Fall, and summer semesters. To set up a career coaching appointment, click here.
  2. Once you have updated your profile and materials, jump into Handshake to seek key opportunities. Handshake is WSU’s primary job and internship platform, hosting career fairs and professional development events, tens of thousands of employers, and nearly a million job opportunities in all industries. As a WSU graduate, or Ph.D. student, you have automatic access. To learn more about Handshake, click here.
  3. Take advantage of the additional resources by the WSU  Graduate School and the Graduate Student Professional Association. These include access to additional job databases, on-demand professional development webinars, and graduate-specific institutional memberships. These are listed under “Additional Career Development Resources when you click here.
By Aimee Tejeda Lunn
Aimee Tejeda Lunn Employer Relations Manager