Career services supports career learning and preparedness by encouraging students to take advantage of advising and programming opportunities. Our plan is for students to comprehend and prepare for trends that are related to local hiring efforts, while setting goals aligned with their values, interests, personality and skill sets. Engaging with career services allows students an opportunity to apply academic competencies acquired in the classroom to experiential opportunities offered by industry leaders.
Request a Workshop!
Career Services is rolling out a new workshop delivery process to meet student, faculty and staff needs. For spring 2021, WSU Tri-Cities community members will be able to request one of the following workshops and specify any areas of special interest or focus to best meet the needs of the group requesting the workshop.
Find a local internship with the Workforce Portal!
WSU Tri-Cities partnered with the Association of Washington Business, the Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce and Columbia Basin College to launch a new Workforce Portal that will help connect students with internships and other career opportunities. Use the advanced internship search to find an internship by keyword, job category, location and more. If you don’t see anything that interests you, continue to check the website as new positions are added frequently.
Handshake is Washington State University Tri-Cities’ free online employment resource for students, alumni, and employers. Handshake is a digital platform that connects students and alumni to professional full-time, part-time, internship, and on-campus employment opportunities. Create your profile and get started on your career path today.
Career Development helped me create a professional skill set...that will continue to enhance and grow.
James H. Mechanical Engineering student
Make a major discovery
Not sure what you want to study yet? Don’t worry – one of the benefits of attending a university is that it’s an environment that encourages you to choose from a wide variety of courses that will introduce you to new ideas about the world and yourself.
One good way to determine which major is a good fit for you is to evaluate how your career interests relate our programs of study.