Steve Brooks, ’98, ’19 ELP, is changing business for the better during a pandemic.
Phoebe Kim, ’18, found her voice in ‘opportunity of a lifetime’ internship.
“Throughout my career I’ve hired lots of SU graduates. People with bachelor’s degrees, law degrees to my law office or to various companies which I advise. I can tell you, when an SU graduate shows up you’re not just getting someone with a good education, you’re getting someone with a whole education. Somebody who is ready to be a team player from day one.”
Public defender Twyla Carter, ’04, ’07 JD, takes her passion and skills to the national stage.
Four out of five Seattle U students—three times the national average—engage in service learning, a skill 81% of HR executives say makes a college grad more desirable.
The average salary of all graduates within 10 years of entering Seattle U is 36% higher, or $20,000 more, than the national average.
Majority of Seattle U graduates are employed, enrolled in a full-time graduate program or engaged in post-graduate service within six months of graduation.
Seattle University students and alumni are sought after by employers throughout the Puget Sound region and beyond for internships and employment, from tech to law, engineering to the arts. Here’s a sampling of some of the top employers: