Individual counseling is available at no cost to enrolled students, alumni, faculty and staff by appointment. Community members are also welcome to use our services; please call our office for rates. Appointments are available Monday through Friday 9 - 5 p.m. in Bouillon 206 on the Ellensburg campus. For scheduling please call 509-963-1921.
A career counselor can assist in the following areas:
- Selecting a major or graduate program
- Personal career inventories
- On-line assessments
- Resume and cover letter reviews
- Interviewing skills and preparation, including mock interviews
- Successful job search strategies
- Graduate school process and application
- Employer research
- Career direction and career transition
- Alumni mentoring
- Informational interviews
For Appointments With Westside Counselors (current Westside students only):
CWU - Lynnwood:
Merridy Rennick, firstname.lastname@example.org, 425-640-1574 x3878
CWU - Des Moines:
Angela Engel, email@example.com, 206-439-3800 x3841
Online Career Counseling
Online career guidance is a service for Central Washington University students and alumni. This service is designed to assist individuals who are not able to meet face to face with a career counselor. We will attempt to respond to questions within two business days of CWU normal working hours. Please submit your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will also review resumes and cover letters via email. Please allow at least 5 business days for revisions. Skype and phone appointments are also available.
Career Services coordinates all the paperwork and registration for academic credit internships. For more information, go here.
Check here for information on upcoming workshops and events.
We keep placement files for teachers and education administrators. For more information, click here.
Wildcat Career Network
We have a database that helps you search for jobs and internships. Students can access it through their myCWU account (under Applications). Alumni can register by clicking on the WCN button on the home page of our site. It also contains career exploration information including some useful online assessments.
University 103: Career Exploration and University 301: Career Management classes (2 credits each) are offered in most quarters. University 301 also has a class just for international students. Click here for more information on these courses.
Workshops and Presentations
Along with our regularly offered workshops, our staff and peer advisors are available to present to students, staff and faculty on campus.
- Resumes & Cover Letters
- Interviewing Skills
- Dependable Strengths
- Typefocus/MBTI Interpretation
- Strong Interest Inventory Interpretation
- Cooperative Education/Internships
- Job Search
- LinkedIn Basics
- What Can You Do with a Major In...?
Request a presentation here.