Career planning begins the moment a student enrolls at WWU. Students can visit Career Services to develop a plan of action for their time at WWU. We have tools to assist students in planning for the future and developing the objectives to reach their ultimate career goals.
DISCOVER® provides guidance and information to help students make important career and educational decisions.
Research-based assessments of career-relevant interests, abilities, and job values help individuals consider career options that are a good match for them. ACT's World-of-Work Map organizes occupations into six clusters to help users focus on preparing for career options that fit them best.
DISCOVER's comprehensive, developmental guidance process helps users identify their strengths and needs, make good career decisions, and build a plan based on their personal profiles.
Contact Career Services for a login ID.
A graduate or professional degree can give you a great advantage. Graduate school is a great way to advance your education while enhancing your marketability to employers. Graduate programs all over the world have students attending class part-time, full-time, and online. Certainly, there is a program out there for you. Career Services has many resources available to you as you search for the graduate program to best fit your needs.
Study abroad gives you an opportunity to experience a different academic and cultural environment. There are programs to fit any area of interest, advancing academic achievement, promoting global awareness, encouraging personal development, and setting the foundation to become an actively engaged world citizen. The experiences you create while studying abroad will enhance your market value and career opportunities.
Career Services is located in the McNutt Campus Center
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Amy Dittmer, Director of Career Services and Student Transition