CEE Undergraduate Weekly (11.14.18)

CEE Undergraduate Weekly (11.14.18)

Hello CEE Majors–

Next week, CEE Undergraduate Advising will be closed Wed-Fri for the Thanksgiving Holiday:

Undergraduate Drop-In Hours (Nov. 19-23)

  • Monday:  2:30 to 3:30 pm and by appt
  • Tuesday:  2:00 to 3:30 pm and by appt
  • Wednesday:  No Undergraduate Advising
  • Thursday:  Closed for Thanksgiving
  • Friday:  Closed for Thanksgiving

Refresh Your Degree Audit!

Make sure to refresh your degree audit now that you are registered for WIN19.

If you see anything that looks incorrect on your audit, please email ceadvice@uw.edu with your name, student ID number and a description of the errors that you see.

We want your Feedback!

We have been sending out these updates every week but have yet to hear any feedback from students (What works, what doesn’t, too wordy, too many hyperlinks, etc.).

If you have feedback you’d like to provide, please email me at kinnear@uw.edu.

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CEE Undergraduate News Blog

  • Here you will find postings about jobs, internships, research opportunities, scholarships, new courses, and much more, organized in easily accessible categories.

CEE Undergraduate Advising

Civil & Environmental Engineering

College of Engineering

University of Washington

ceadvice@uw.edu

More Hall, Box 352700

 

CEE Undergraduate Resources

CEE Undergraduate News Blog

 

CEE Advising Appointments

(Ensure your time zone is set to Pacific Standard Time)

Brian’s Calendar

Mariko’s Calendar

 

Get set up on Handshake. Be ready CEE Career Fair.

Students: Get ready for the upcoming CEE Career Fair (1/17/19).

Have you created a Handshake account through the UW Career Center @Engineering yet?    Handshake replaces Resume Book, so you can allow employers attending the CEE Career Fair to view your resume online.

Here are quick instructions on getting set up on Handshake from the director of CC@E.

1)      Log-in using your NetID & password to your Handshake account at https://uw.joinhandshake.com

2)      Verify that the information under “Education” (e.g., College, major) are completed & correct (this is what most employers will use as the filter during their search)

3)      Edit any additional information under other sections of the Handshake profile, including social media links (e.g., LinkedIn URL, portfolio)

4)      Upload the latest copy of your resume to your Handshake profile under “Documents”

5)      MAKE YOUR PROFILE PUBLIC (the most important last step! … employers will not be able to filter/search through “private” profiles)

Questions?  Ask the Career Coaches at CC@E in Loew Hall 014 or email engrhire@uw.edu.

CEE Courses Add Code/Waitlist Reminder

Hello CEE Students –

I wanted to remind you about the CEE course add code and waitlist process. ( for courses with prefixes: CEE, CESI, CEWA, CESG, CET)

If you cannot register for a CEE course or need help doing so (the course is full, you are receiving a registration error, etc.), you will want to submit an add code request, making sure to explain the reason for your request:

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CEE Ugrad Weekly: Drop-In Hours, Annual Drop Deadline for AUT18, Additonal W Credits, WIN19 Planning and Requesting Add Codes/Waitlists

CEE Undergraduate Weekly (11.7.18)

Hello CEE Majors–

We have been sending out these updates every week but have yet to hear any feedback from students (What works, what doesn’t, too wordy, too many hyperlinks, etc.).

If you have feedback you’d like to provide, please email me at kinnear@uw.edu.

As always, make sure to take a look at the information provided below, set bookmarks and ask questions where needed.

-Brian

 

Undergraduate Drop-In Hours (Nov. 12-16)

  • Monday:  Closed for Veteran’s Day
  • Tuesday:  2:00 to 3:30 pm and by appt
  • Wednesday:  No Drop-Ins. By appt only
  • Thursday:  2:00 to 3:00 pm and by appt
  • Friday:  By appointment only

                CEE Undergraduate Advisor’s email: ceadvice@uw.edu

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[CC@E Webinars] – Learn How to Network

Hello,

Did you know that approximately 80% of all jobs/internships are being found through a form of networking? Networking is a critical part of a successful job/internship search process. However, many people find networking challenging and do not know where to begin, so you’re not alone if you’re feeling lost! Listen to the two recorded webinars below to learn more about how to leverage your network in a job/internship search process and start building relationships with the people you want to learn more about.

–          Networking Webinar – uw.joinhandshake.com/articles/10373

–          Career Conversations (aka Informational Interview) Webinar – uw.joinhandshake.com/articles/10369

As always, if you have any questions, stop by during CC@E’s Walk-In hours (Mon-Thurs, 12:00-4:00pm) or schedule 1-1 appointments via Handshake. Continue reading