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Do you have advice to give?
Create a profile and become a Husky Career Network volunteer.
One of our greatest resources is our alumni. As an alum you can share your professional experiences and knowledge with students and alumni alike. Provide insight about your industry, offer job-search tips, and give guidance to those just beginning or looking for new career endeavors.
To become a volunteer, you will need to create a profile.
Learn more about becoming a Husky Career Network volunteer.
Please note that you will need to provide your UW NetID to access the site. If you do not have a UW NetID, see below.
Accessing the Network
Any alum or UWAA member may become a Husky Career Network volunteer. However, access to search the directory is limited to current UW students and UW Alumni Association members. You must have a UW NetID to access the Network.
Not a member? Join today!
Don’t have a UW NetID? Please visit the UW NetID site. If you are an alum or a UWAA member, the system will ask for your last name and alumni ID number. If you don't know your ID number, see the Personal Information FAQ on the UWAA website. If you get an error message while trying to register, it may be that we don't have the proper information on file for you. Please contact the UWAA for assistance.
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-AUW-ALUM
Looking for a job? Considering a career change?
Whether you are a student or an alum, the Husky Career Network is for you! Available to current students and UW Alumni Association members, the Husky Career Network is a directory of UW alumni and friends who have volunteered to assist fellow Huskies with career exploration.
The Husky Career Network directory is fully searchable and volunteers are excited to hear from students and alumni. We began recruiting volunteers in late November and the Network will continue to grow in the coming months. If you don't find a contact in the field or company you're interested in, please keep checking back.
Volunteers live across the country and around the world and have studied in numerous academic units across all three UW campuses. They have agreed to offer job-search advice, help you explore a industry or company, and provide information about their geographic area.
Before you search the network, be sure to read the Tips for Effective Networking so you can get the most out of your conversation.