Events & Workshops
3 Tips to Conquer Registration Workshop
Thursday, March 8 in LIB 3301 - Sessions begin at 3:00, 3:30 and 4:00 pm
Join us to learn about how to check your Time Ticket or class standing, register for classes, and use the enrollment reports.
To download a flyer for this event: 3 Tips to Conquer Registration (PDF)
Career Workshops for Winter 2018
Make plans to attend these career workshops:
Interviewing Strategies - Wednesday, February 14 at 1:00 pm in Purce Hall Classroom 8
Resumes That Really Work - Wednesday, February 28 at 1:00 pm in Purce Hall Classroom 5
For a list of all the winter workshops: Career Workshops Winter 2018 (PDF)
Summer Employment Workshop - Wednesday, February 28 at 4 pm in Purce Hall Classroom 7
Need help finding summer employment? Discover summer opportunities, learn how to navigate CODA and get tips on building your resume. Summer Employment Workshop Feb. 2018 (PDF)
Presented by the Student Employment Office and Academic & Career Advising
Community Opportunities & Internship Fair Wednesday, January 31, 2018 from 12 -3 pm in the Library Lobby
Visit with local, regional, and national organizations that want to put your creative knowledge and talents to work. For more information about this event visit the Community Opportunities & Internship Fair webpage.
Legislative Internship Information Session
These internships offer undergraduate juniors and seniors, of any and all academic disciplines, the opportunity to work inside the Washington State Legislature during session. Student interns are assigned to work with specific legislators in the House or Senate, learn about the legislative process and gain professional work experience. There is a monthly stipend for the interns.
Watch this video to hear last year's interns share their experience:
The catalog description offers more information about the program and the faculty sponsor:
The priority deadline is Oct. 10. All applications must be submitted online by Oct. 18.Information Session Dates and Times:
Purce Hall Classroom 6
Master in Teaching (MiT) Information Sessions
Learn how to plan for Evergreen's MiT program and Washington State teaching endorsement and certification requirements. Please read the MiT catalog and complete an appropriate endorsement worksheet to the best of your ability before this meeting. Bring your transcripts with credit equivalencies, if possible. For more information call 360.867.6559 or visit the website: www.evergreen.edu/mit.
Study Abroad Workshops
Find out about study at universities abroad, options for study abroad programs, and planning for independent study through individual contracts when you attend a Study Abroad Workshop. Also check out the Study Abroad web-site for more information.