Career readiness

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Being “career-ready” means that you’ve developed a range of skills that you can transfer to different settings once you graduate.

At Seattle U, we take your career readiness seriously, so we’ve created an inventory and program-level map to help you see what skills you’re likely to practice in your major.

Career readiness through an International Studies degree

Here you can download our career readiness map for the International Studies major, as well as a document explaining how to read the inventory and what each of the skills means.

International Studies Career Readiness program map

Your career readiness skills and what they all mean

Connect with our Career Engagement Office

The Career Engagement Office helps you in your career exploration, discovery of experiential learning opportunities, job search, interview preparation, and more. Check it out!


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