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Recorded Major Info Sessions
Engineering Info Session – Recording/Video
Cascadia faculty Mohan Raj presents information about careers and degree options within Engineering.
Social Sciences Info Session - Recording/Video
Cascadia faculty present information about career and degree options within the Social Sciences, including Anthropology, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology.
- Psychology with Garth Neufield, 0:00 - 11:01
- Anthropology with Hannah Flesch, 11:01 - 20:06
- Social Science with Dr. Lindsay Custer, 20:06 - 35:55
- Political Science with Erin Richards, 35:55 - 48:40
Humanities Info Session Part 1 of 2 – Recording/video
Cascadia faculty present information about career and degree options within the Humanities areas of Art and Creative Writing.
- Art with Chris Gildow, 0:00 - 10:57
- Art with Kathy Brown, 10:57 - 26:48
- Creative Writing with Brent Schaeffer, 26:48 - 40:30
- Creative Writing with Jared Leising, 40:30 - 46:27
Humanities Info Session Part 2 of 2 – Recording/video
Cascadia faculty present information about career and degree options within the Humanities areas of Communications, Global Studies, History, and Philosophy.
- Communications Studies with David Ortiz, 00:00 - 9:06
- Global Studies with Tasha Walston, 9:06 - 16:09
- History with Jesus Perez, 16:09 - 20:26
- Philosophy with David Shapiro, 20:26 - 30:40
Join Cascadia Advisor and Career & Transfer Specialist, Kristen Buck, to learn the basics for transferring to a 4-year school. Topics will include: transfer school selection, admissions requirements and prerequisites, application deadlines, and transfer resources.
- The Keirsey Temperament Sorter
- The Motivational Appraisal of Personal Potential (MAPP)
- The Career Key
- My Future
- LiveCareer Free Career Test
Major & Career Searching Sites
- What can I do with my major?
- Explore HEALTH Careers
- Environmental Careers
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
- O*Net Online
- Vocational and Technical Careers
Job Hunting Strategies
- Prepare for the hunt
- Informational Interview
- Finding a job in a tight market
- Job search checklist
Popular Job Websites
There are numerous job search engines on the web. Check out different websites since many have unique features and additional links to other resources. Here are some of the most popular websites:
- Dice (Technology Focused)
- Idealist.org (Non-Profit Focused)
- Job Hunters Bible
- LinkedIn (Social Networking and Jobs)
- NW Jobs
- Quintessential Careers
- Simply Hired
- True Careers
Government & public sector websites
Here are some websites for you to explore in the public and government sectors. Remember to also check out job sites by industry and employer career sites.
- Access Washington
- Career One Stop
- Fed World
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
- U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Workforce Explorer Washington
- WorkSource Washington
Specialized Job Websites
These websites provide information about particular aspects of careers and job searching in specialized areas.
- Blue Suit Mom
- Campus Point
- College Recruiter
- Colors NW Careers
- Salary Expert
Application Material Resources
Communicate your unique abilities with a targeted cover letter. We offer cover letter critiques, sample letters, and additional writing resources.
Here are some additional resources for writing a cover letter.
Polish your interviewing skills. Learn how to prepare and practice your skills in a mock interview.
Here are some additional resources for preparing for an interview.
- Guide to Job Interviewing Resources
- Interview Mistakes to Avoid
- Job Interviews
- The Practice Interview
Employers get highly motivated interns with current skills. Students gain work experience in a field they may choose for a future career. Students will meet and work with people who can suggest future directions and make referrals.
Look for an internship that's a good fit for you and your career path. An internship is more than a summer job — it provides training and experience related to a career.
Internships for Academic Credit
At Cascadia, some programs require internships for academic credit. Other programs offer elective credit for internships. For details, see Internship Programs and Requirements.
An internship for credit can be paid or unpaid, can begin at any time, and can vary in length. Students can earn up to 5 quarter credits for an internship.
Students may review community and campus job openings by viewing the campus job board in the Kodiak Corner.
Community employers may submit job openings by emailing a printable attachment, with job details, to CareerAdvising@Cascadia.edu, or by mailing information to:Cascadia Career & Transfer Center
18345 Campus Way NE
Bothell, WA 98011