Current Students

  • The Intern Program

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    Student mindmapping

    How do you stand out to an employer? How do you demonstrate that you can be trusted with work? How do you become the person an employer doesn’t even know they’re looking for? Through this internship, students engage more deeply around their professional goals to build skills and cultivate stories and experience around being someone other people want to work with. Interns identify and own individual projects ranging from marketing and outreach, to data resource and management, to program operations, to communications, and everything in between. They come away with practice in real world work collaboration, planning lifecycles of projects, and problem-solving in a way that will relate to the world after students leave the classroom. *Students must complete bootcamp in order to be eligible for an internship.

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  • C21 Internship Bootcamp

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    Everyone knows you need an internship. But it is harder than ever to find an internship, and harder still to find one that really develops the key skills you need... What if there was a professional experience to develop and practice those key skills in a real-world context, where you would be continually challenged to grow, giving you the evidence to show employers how you are different from other candidates? Are you stressed out about internships? Does it feel like everyone else has an internship, or a better internship than you do? Whether you are about to start your internship, in the middle of one, or still looking, the C21 Internship Bootcamp will ensure that you will have the skills to take full advantage of your next opportunity. Eligibility: Only open to undergraduates in the College of Arts & Sciences (Seattle-campus)

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  • Career Channel

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    The C21 Channel: Online Career Learning for A&S Majors

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College to Career

  • The Intern Program

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    Student mindmapping

    How do you stand out to an employer? How do you demonstrate that you can be trusted with work? How do you become the person an employer doesn’t even know they’re looking for? Through this internship, students engage more deeply around their professional goals to build skills and cultivate stories and experience around being someone other people want to work with. Interns identify and own individual projects ranging from marketing and outreach, to data resource and management, to program operations, to communications, and everything in between. They come away with practice in real world work collaboration, planning lifecycles of projects, and problem-solving in a way that will relate to the world after students leave the classroom. *Students must complete bootcamp in order to be eligible for an internship.

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  • Professional Launchpad - EFS 2021

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    UW Undergrads working on career project

    At C21, we tell students you start interviewing for careers on your first day at UW. We want to impress on students that the connections they make, the networks they join, and academic and professional skills they hone are all integral to creating a professional identity that is highly employable at graduation. This year, we are offering a short program to launch career readiness for students participating in Early Fall Start 2021.

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  • C21 Internship Bootcamp

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    student working online

    Everyone knows you need an internship. But it is harder than ever to find an internship, and harder still to find one that really develops the key skills you need... What if there was a professional experience to develop and practice those key skills in a real-world context, where you would be continually challenged to grow, giving you the evidence to show employers how you are different from other candidates? Are you stressed out about internships? Does it feel like everyone else has an internship, or a better internship than you do? Whether you are about to start your internship, in the middle of one, or still looking, the C21 Internship Bootcamp will ensure that you will have the skills to take full advantage of your next opportunity. Eligibility: Only open to undergraduates in the College of Arts & Sciences (Seattle-campus)

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  • Career Channel

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    Students smiling while sitting at a table

    The C21 Channel: Online Career Learning for A&S Majors

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  • Data Visualization

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    UW undergrads working on data visualization presentation

    Data analysis is no longer the sole domain of statisticians or programmers. Today, data goes beyond numbers; it includes all the information we use to make sense of the world. We need more people, across every occupation and field, who can bridge the gap between the quantitative and qualitative, and make complex information meaningful to different audiences.

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Incoming Freshmen

  • Professional Launchpad - EFS 2021

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    UW Undergrads working on career project

    At C21, we tell students you start interviewing for careers on your first day at UW. We want to impress on students that the connections they make, the networks they join, and academic and professional skills they hone are all integral to creating a professional identity that is highly employable at graduation. This year, we are offering a short program to launch career readiness for students participating in Early Fall Start 2021.

    Learn More
  • Data Visualization

    EFS Square.jpg

    UW undergrads working on data visualization presentation

    Data analysis is no longer the sole domain of statisticians or programmers. Today, data goes beyond numbers; it includes all the information we use to make sense of the world. We need more people, across every occupation and field, who can bridge the gap between the quantitative and qualitative, and make complex information meaningful to different audiences.

    Learn More

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