Winter Career Fair 2014

February 13, 2014
11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Viking Union Multi-Purpose Room

Career Services Center Fair

Why you should come!

Whether it is your first quarter at Western or your last, a career fair is an invaluable opportunity to work on networking skills, learn about employers and gather information about internships and jobs. Why go?

  • To make a good (or GREAT!) first impression in person
  • To get the name and information of a real human at an organization you may want to intern at or work for
  • To learn more about employers than you can online
  • To learn how real world jobs and internships are not organized by major and explore what students with your degree can do in various organizations
  • To be considered for internships or jobs that they may currently have posted (do your research!)
  • To practice your networking skills in person with people who interview and make hiring decisions

If there is even one organization or industry you are interested in, you have a reason to go!

Job and Internship Listings:

Please click HERE to view jobs and internships visiting employers are hiring for! Make sure to check the on-campus interviews taking place the day after the fair.

Career Fair Preparation Events

  • Resume Clinics
    Polish up your resume prior to the career fair at one of our resume clinics! Bring an electronic copy of your drafted resume and get feedback to ensure it is employer-ready.

    • Wednesday, February 5
      3:00 – 4:00 pm OR 4:00 - 5:00 pm (sign up here)
      OM 280K (in the Career Services Center)
    • Tuesday, February 11
      3:00 – 4:00 pm OR 4:00 - 5:00 pm (sign up here)
      OM 280K (in the Career Services Center)
    • Tuesday, March 11
      3:00 – 4:00 pm OR 4:00 - 5:00 pm (sign up here)
      OM 280K (in the Career Services Center)

  • Etiquette Dinner
    Wednesday, February 12
    5:00 to 8:00 pm
    VU Multipurpose Room

    This educational, fun and delicious event will sharpen your networking skills and help give you the confidence to shine in social and formal dining situations. Student tickets are subsidized by participating employers and are only $15.00!

Preparing for a Career Fair

Participating Companies




AroundCampus Group, The

Auburn School District

Bellingham Bells Baseball

Bright Horizons

Buckeye International

Buddy's Home Furnishings

CampusPoint: Recruiter of Students & Recent College Grads

Campus Special


CJM Investment Property Advisors

College Success Foundation


Compass 2 Campus

Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Inc.



Enterprise Holdings Inc.

Exotic Metals Forming Company

Experience International

Fastenal Company

First Investors Corporation

Fluke Corporation

Fred Meyer

Georgia- Pacific

Hidden Valley Camp

House Democratic Campaign Committee/Washington Senate Democratic Campaign

Kam-Way Transportation Inc.

Kent School District

King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks

Logos Bible Software

Maxim Healthcare

Medical Consultants Network

Milgard Windows & Doors

NOAA Commissioned Corps

Northwestern Mutual - Puget Sound

Oak Harbor School District


Pacific Capital Resource Group, Inc.

Peace Corps

Port of Seattle

Prudential Financial

Puget Sound Energy

Ross Stores, Inc.

Seattle Pacific University

Seattle Southside

Slalom Consulting

Southwestern Program

Sterling Life Insurance Company


Taylor Shellfish Farms

Terex Corporation

The Hertz Corporation

The Sherwin Williams Company

Toys "R" Us

Trident Seafoods Corporation

United States Army Recruiting

United States Marine Corps (USMC)

United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

United States Navy

Victoria Clipper/Clipper Vacations

Vitech Business Group, Inc.

Washington State Department of Revenue

Washington State University Graduate Programs in Business

Wells Fargo Bank N.A.

Western Washington University Alumni Association

Western Washington University MBA

Weyerhaeuser Company

Whatcom County Council on Aging

Willamette University

YMCA Camp Seymour

Zones, Inc.

Page Updated 11.19.2014