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Operations Update

In accordance with the University’s Smart Restart plan, most student services operations and activities will be remote beginning in Fall 2020. While access to in-person services are limited, we are committed to ensuring a safe, healthy, and successful school year for every student in the College of Engineering. More details can be found below and on the Fall 2020 FAQ page.

Engineering Student Development  (Career Services/Study Abroad/Leadership)- All appointments for career, study abroad, or student organization advising will be virtual and may be booked through Starfish in myUW.

Listed below are the staff members that comprise the Engineering Career Services team.

Student Appointments: Please select the appropriate staff member to schedule an appointment with for your degree level or area of concern.

Resume Reviews: ECS staff will be offering resume reviews via email! Please send your resume to; staff will review and email the reviewed resume back to you within 1 or 2 business days. NOTE: This timeline is suspended between 1/31-2/9 based on career fairs and related programming.

Stephanie Salazar Kann, ECS Associate Director
UNDERGRADUATES – Co-op, Summer Intern & Full-time

• Cooperative Education & Internship Program
• Annual Destination Survey
• Job Offers & Negotiation
• Resumes & Cover Letters
• CPT for Undergraduates

Julie Rae, ECS Associate Director
ALL GRADUATE students in Engineering programs – Summer Intern, Co-op, & Full-time

• Resumes & Cover Letters
• Job Search Strategies
• Job Offers & Negotiation
• CPT for Graduate Students

John Archambault, ECS Director & Assistant Dean for Student Development
UNDERGRADUATES – Summer Internships & Full-time

• Resumes & Cover Letters
• Job Search Strategies
• Job Offers & Negotiation
• Office administration and policy

Zeke Regan, ESD Administrative Assistant

• Handshake software questions or concerns
• Employer career fair questions

Engineering Career Services

Mission: To be an innovative, comprehensive career development resource for the College of Engineering.

Vision: To provide lifetime tools for successful career development in a rapidly changing world.

Guiding Principles:
We will serve as a knowledgeable, professional, impartial liaison between our students and employers as we respond to their needs.
We will be a responsive, motivated and dependable resource, using every interaction as an opportunity to educate students in professionalism, diversity, ethics, job search skills, and     career development principles.
We will encourage employers to consider the career development of each student, to interact with students and staff in an ethical manner and to abide by professional recruiting practices.
We will create an active environment of trust, commitment, teamwork, creativity, and respect.
We will continue to strive towards personal improvement and professional development as individuals and as a team.