Events and Workshops

Virtual Career Fair 

Thursday, October 28 from 1 - 5 pm (PST)

Saint Martin's University, has partnered with Seattle Pacific University, University of Puget Sound, Lewis & Clark College and Evergreen State College to provide a Joint Virtual Career Fair on the Handshake platform.

Look for more Career Fair details and information about how to register for the fair through Handshake on the Saint Martin's Career Page.

This fair is intended for students of all class levels and majors.  This is an all-industry career fair.

WOIS: Career Information System Workshop 

Wednesday, November 3 from 3 - 4 pm in LIB 2617 in-person (This classroom is inside the Computer Center.)

Join us to learn how to use the WOIS/The Career Information System to explore careers, create goals for your future, and make plans to reach your goals.

WOIS stands for the Washington Occupational Information Service. For over 40 years WOIS has been a trusted source for current, complete career and college planning tools.

This workshop is presented by Academic and Career Advising. This is an in-person workshop conducted in a computer lab classroom. For more information contact:

Master in Teaching (MiT) Information Sessions

Learn how to plan for Evergreen’s MiT program and Washington State teaching endorsement and certification requirements. For more information visit the website:

Study Abroad Information Sessions

Explore Opportunities to Learn to discover study abroad information sessions.

Washington Legislative Internship Information Session

Learn about the State of Washington Legislative Internship Program for the 2022 legislative session (January-March). Students of all academic backgrounds encouraged to apply.  

This is your opportunity to gain PAID work experience and academic credit. 

Priority Deadline: October 15

Final Deadline: October 20

Register for the Information session​. 

This information session will be recorded for those who cannot attend!

The Washington State Legislative Internship Program offers Washington college students the opportunity to gain paid work experience while studying the state legislative process and learning about public policy up close. During the in-program internship, which takes place in 2022 in winter and spring quarters, interns work for members of the Washington State House of Representatives or Senate and with legislative staff while earning academic credit from Evergreen.

Get detailed program information and the online application with instructions


For more information contact:

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