Career Development Services
As an Arts & Sciences student, your potential isn’t limited by your degree.
Through combination of your discipline studies and your UCORE selections, you’ll have opportunities to pursue additional subjects that spark your interest and you’ll build the soft skills—interpersonal communications, critical thinking, resourcefulness—that employers are always looking for.
We can help you
Meet with our career coordinator for individual advice and feedback on a wide range of topics:
- Identify career pathways.
- Choose a major or minor.
- Set personal, academic, and professional goals.
- Find job or internship openings.
- Evaluate graduate school options and assist with applications.
- Polish your resume and cover letter.
- Practice for interviews.
- Articulate your skills, experiences, and education.
The WSU Academic Success & Career Center is a good starting point to assess your interests, sign up for workshops, and explore career paths:
- Arts, Media, Communications
- Education and Training
- Health Science
- Human Services
- Law, Public Safety, Policy
- and more!
Handshake is an online career management system—in other words, it’s a website where you can find job and internship listings, events to help you prepare for a career, and helpful WSU resources. Log in with your WSU NID and begin searching for opportunities.
Some career ideas by disciplines
Sept 19: Interviewing: Make a great impression.
Sept 26: Resume Development with TTI.
Details and Zoom links available at Handshake.
Make your appointment via the Handshake platform:
- Open WSU Handshake to make a new appointment.
- Choose College of Arts and Sciences from the list.
- Select a topic of conversation.
- Choose a day and time.
- Add an optional note with additional info about your goals.
- Finalize by clicking Request!
Email your questions or request a presentation for student clubs and CAS classes.
Career Development Coordinator