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Careers

Career Workshop Series

April 8, 10, 15 & 17, 2019      6:30–8:30 p.m.

Othello-UW Commons

Career Coach Elizabeth Atcheson“A shockingly potent use of four evenings. Elizabeth was considerate, occasionally blunt, but authentic. She absolutely conveys professionalism.” —2018 Career Workshop Series participant

Whether you’re just starting out or looking for a change, pump up your professional life with career coach Elizabeth Atcheson. A career counselor with decades of experience, she’ll help you get the tools you need to succeed at this comprehensive four-part seminar series.

Get concrete tactics for getting noticed in your field, a realistic strategy to get you where you want to be, as well as resume and job interview coaching. This four-session series usually costs $95, but you’ll enjoy a special rate of just $50 — $40 for UWAA members!

Admission includes two hosted pre-session mixers.

Hosted mixers: April 8 & 17, 5:30-6:15 p.m.
Program: 6:30-8:30 p.m.

UWAA members: $40; non-members: $50 (Regular price: $95)

About the speaker: Elizabeth Atcheson is the founder of Blue Bridge, a career counseling practice in Seattle that focuses – through workshops and individual coaching – on helping clients launch their careers or make career changes. Her 36-year professional career has included positions in advertising, education, market research and non-profit work. Learn more.

She offered a wealth of information that I had not heard in 10+ career workshops that I have been to in the last five years. Every student from undergraduate programs should learn this information, and everyone who is in a career transition at any point in their career would greatly benefit from those workshops. — 2018 Career Series Workshop Participant

Series includes pre-event career assessment to be completed before the first meeting. This is a four-evening series; registration includes participation in all four sessions.

Totally changed my approach to job seeking. No more just staring at online job boards all day.
Jan. 2017 participant