Welcome to your CES Career Connections (C3)!
Here are a few quick resources to support your career development. Have questions or want to chat?
Schedule an appointment with a CES career advisor via PugetSound.JoinHandshake.com. We're here for you!

#FutureHeights2021 - Don't miss this!

The Future Heights virtual career development conference is a one-of-a-kind event for Puget Sound students that’s designed with your “what’s next” in mind.

There are sessions for every student, regardless of where you are in your career journey. Sign up for workshops, presentations, keynotes, and one-to-one sessions with Logger alumni.
PugetSound.edu/FutureHeights

Why PathwayU? It's a pathway to you.

Got 20 minutes to spare?
Learn more about what sort of work might motivate and fulfill you!

Log in to PugetSound.edu/CESresources to create your free PathwayU account and get started.
CES Resources: PathwayU

Wrap up your Future Heights conference by connecting with Logger alums one-to-one on Friday, Jan. 29 (and then attend the student/alumni reception)!

Above is Kyle Chong '17, one of over 40 alumni who are available to meet with you 1:1 on Friday. These individual sessions with alumni will fill fast, and the deadline to sign up is Monday, Jan. 25. So don't delay!
Head over to PugetSound.edu/FutureHeights to see the list of alumni, watch their video introductions, and get signed up!
Student-to-Alumni 1:1 sessions + Networking Reception
Want to chat with a career advisor?
Snag a virtual appointment:
7 a.m. - 7 p.m.,
Monday - Thursday  

7 a.m. - 4:30  p.m.
on Friday
Speaking of Future Heights & PathwayU...
Here's your reminder to complete the 5th and final assessment and worksheet - about your Workplace Preferences. With that done, you'll be primed to make the most of Future Heights and your overall career development!
Mark your calendar:
The spring edition of the Joint Virtual Career Fair is schedueld for Weds., Feb 24. Registration opens the first week of February. 
Over 40 employers have already registered!
Watch for it...
We're working on new ASK a Logger events for spring semester!
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