Graduate Students

Graduate students navigate a myriad of challenges in their pursuit of a career.

The ASCC provides resources that are appropriate for all disciplines and backgrounds and encourages you to engage with the experts of your chosen fields for the most appropriate advice.

ASCC Career Development Resources

Consider individual career coaching to cover topics such as decision-making, resume writing & CV writing advice, interview preparation, as well as networking and job search strategies. Or to learn how your intensive studies have given you transferable skills for options outside of academia or during times of transition.

Career Fairs, Events & Presentations

Explore the variety of employer led and topically relevant career development events, and our career expos as ways to discover new opportunities.

If you have questions we can engage and assist in identifying the next step in finding a solution.

Additional Career Development Resources:

  • Versitile PhD: Versatile Ph.D. helps graduate students and new PhDs envision, prepare for and excel in non-academic careers. Here you will find a wonderful online community, an overview of PhD careers, PhD-appropriate job listings and access to a database of nearly 90,000 members.
  • Past Professional Development Presentations from the WSU Graduate School and others
  • Upcoming Professional Development Events from the WSU Graduate School and others
  • The WSU GPSA provides opportunities for students to build a variety of professional development skills including career preparation.

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Engaging with WSU Undocumented Resources

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Command the Room: Strategies for Engaging Presentations

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1815 NE Wilson Rd
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Thursday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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