Career Services at Seattle University provides a holistic framework for students and alumni to connect experiences at Seattle University with professional aspirations. Our comprehensive set of services includes a combination of one-on-one and group advising, special events, and advocacy. This is the SU Advantage that connects purpose with potential.
University-Wide Career ServicesLocation Student Center Pavilion, Room 110Email email@example.com Phone 206.296.6080
Career Services at Seattle University serves all students and alumni in their career development, offering resources to connect with internships, jobs and networking opportunities. We specialize in working with students from the College of Arts & Sciences, the College of Education, the College of Nursing, the College of Science & Engineering, and the School of Theology and Ministry and encourage students from other areas of campus to connect with their specialized career services offices (see below for names of offices and contact information).
Work Study and Part-time Employment for Students
Location University Services Building, Room 105Email firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone 206.296.2000
Student Financial Services offers an array of work study and non-work study, on-campus and off-campus opportunities for students.
Specialized Career Services
Albers School of Business -Albers Placement Center
Location Pigott Building, Room 333 Email email@example.com Phone 206-296-5687
*Assists the students and alumni of the Albers School of Business and Economics to be successful in their career development and job placement activities.
College of Education -Educator Career Services
Location Loyola Hall, Room 515 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 206.296.5780
*Serves the College of Education and specializes in teaching and related positions to the field of education.
The Law School -Center for Professional Development
Location Sullivan Hall, Suite 200 Email email@example.comPhone 206.398.4100
*Focuses on legal jobs and internships available to students and alumni of the Seattle University School of Law.