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Online Workshops & Events

As online programming is scheduled, we will update this page with relevant links and information, so please check back. 

Zoom Audio Test/Troubleshooting Guide Video 
Most workshops are recorded and posted on our YouTube channel

Looking for information about 2021 Education Recruitment? Go to our Ed Events page

Workshop Feedback

Have you recently attended a Career Services workshop? Please use the link below to submit feedback about the experience. We appreciate you taking the time to assist in efforts to improve our professional development offerings!

Career Services Workshop Survey

Upcoming Online Professional Development Opportunities

MPACE PacNorth Virtual Career Trek: Tableau Software
March 4, 4-5pm

This career trek will include a company overview, panel with employees from various departments, discussion about any internships or entry-level job opportunities, plus plenty of time for Q&A in breakout sessions after the panel.

Registration is required (and free!) and zoom link will be sent prior to event. Register here.

This event is sponsored by Seattle Pacific University (SPU) as part of a regional partnership and is open to students from participating universities, including Central Washington University. Please stay tuned for more virtual career treks!

MPACE PacNorth Virtual Career Trek: Vacasa
March 9, 12-1pm

This career trek will include a company overview, panel with employees from various departments, discussion about any internships or entry-level job opportunities, plus plenty of time for Q&A.

Registration is required (and free!) and zoom link will be sent prior to event. Register here.

This event is sponsored by Lewis & Clark College as part of a regional partnership and is open to students from participating universities, including Central Washington University.

MPACE PacNorth Virtual Career Trek: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
March 11, 12-1pm

This career trek will include a company overview, panel with employees from various departments, discussion about any internships or entry-level job opportunities, plus plenty of time for Q&A.

Registration is required (and free!) and zoom link will be sent prior to event. Register here.

This event is sponsored by Whitman College and Oregon State University as part of a regional partnership and is open to students from participating universities, including Central Washington University.

Disability Virtual Career Fair: Connecting Job Seekers & Employers
March 23, 2021
Learn more on the event website
(This event is not associated with CWU. For questions, please refer to their event website.)

MPACE PacNorth Virtual Career Trek: Providence Health & Services
March 31, time TBD

This career trek will include a company overview, panel with employees from various departments, discussion about any internships or entry-level job opportunities, plus plenty of time for Q&A.

Registration is required (and free!) and zoom link will be sent prior to event. Registration not yet available. Please check back for updates.

This event is sponsored by George Fox University as part of a regional partnership and is open to students from participating universities, including Central Washington University.

MPACE PacNorth Virtual Career Trek: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
April 15, 4-5:30pm

This career trek will include a company overview, panel with employees from various departments, discussion about any internships or entry-level job opportunities, plus plenty of time for Q&A.

Registration is required (and free!) and zoom link will be sent prior to event. Registration not yet available. Please check back for updates.

This event is sponsored by University of Puget Sound as part of a regional partnership and is open to students from participating universities, including Central Washington University.


Questions? Contact Career Services at career@cwu.edu.

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