The Albers Career Center wants to help you put your best foot forward as you present yourself to employers and brand yourself in the business marketplace. The following information and guides are meant to give you a foundational start with the essential tools for job/internship searching. The Albers Career Center team is also available to give you personalized help and advice on these tools so your unique strengths and accomplishments shine through.
Book a Virtual Career Advising Appointment
Book an In-Person Career Advising Appointment
The Albers Wardrobe was created to help students obtain free professional clothes for interviews, career fairs, networking events, internships, etc. The project was designed to help remove the barriers some students experience in obtaining professional attire. The professional clothes are donated by Seattle University faculty, staff and alumni. Clothes are free and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Items do not need to be returned.
The Albers Wardrobe closet opens about 4 times per school year (specific dates/times will be announced via email and on posters in the Pigott Building). If you have an immediate need for professional attire, please book an in-person appointment on the Albers Career Center website HERE. Appointments are for 30 minutes each.
The closet is located across the hall from Pigott 106 on the first floor of the Pigott Building. If you would like to donate any items to the closet, please bring them to Pigott 331 between the hours of 9am - 5pm Monday through Friday.
This project is coordinated by the Albers Career Center and its Undergrad Student Advisory Council.
Want advice on your resume directly from a recruiter/employer? Want to practice interviewing in a more realistic setting with people who interview candidates on a regular basis? Every quarter the Albers Career Center hosts a Resume Review with Employers event and a Mock Interviews with Employers event. Both events are round-robin style so you'll have the opportunity to gain feedback from 3-4 employers in a non-pressuring environment. This is also a great networking opportunity
Vault/Firsthand is a career resource which enables you to research employers and industries, gain career advice as well as gain comprehensive career information and management tools.
It includes access to:
**TIP: It is highly recommended that you create a personal account on Vault/Firsthand so you can save favorites and have a more customized experience. Click on Log In at the top to sign up.