Become a Leader in the 
EWU Young Professionals Network
Applications are now available for the 2013-2014 event program year. As a board member you'll play an important role in building the momentum and growth of this dynamic community. Contact cdevane1@ewu.edu or 509.359.4553 for questions.

Applications are due September 20th. 

When you leave campus, life as an Eagle is really just starting. As you put your EWU education to the test, we're here to guide you along the way. 

Building a network, applying for a post-graduation job, or making the next step forward in your career? Career Services and the Office of Alumni Advancement provide the resources you need to make smart career choices.



EWU Young Professionals Network
Facebook Group | LinkedIn Group

Get insider career advice, network with business leaders and meet other young professionals. The EWU Young Professionals Network, is part happy-hour mixer, part career-booster.

Join us for networking events on the first Thursday of every month, in locations throughout Spokane. Upcoming Events




EWU Alumni LinkedIn Group

Join the Group
Research shows that 40% of employed professionals found their current job through networking. Start building your power network with the EWU Alumni LinkedIn Group.

Join today to start engaging with other alumni in your field or profession.


 

EagleAXIS

Register Online
EagleAXIS is the online career management system for EWU alumni. Find companies with employment postings, volunteer positions and and internships. Check out the professional development workshop schedule. You can even schedule an appointment with a career specialist and manage your online career portfolio.


EWU Career Services for Alumni

509.359.6365  |  Website
Looking to change careers?  Curious about what you could do with your degree? EWU Career Services assists alumni with all aspects of career development. Receive personal attention and guidance to reach your career goals.

Many of services are available for no charge to EWU alumni: EagleAXIS, career counseling, resource library, on-campus employer recruiting and more.



Launchpad INW

website
Launchpad INW is the region’s largest and fastest growing professional networking platform with approximately 5300 members. Hosting face-to-face industry specific and trade-show style networking events, professional development focused training and workshops and business development services.

More Professional & Career Resources*

  • Indeed.com
    A Google-like search engine for jobs and one of the most efficient sites for surveying job listings, since it aggregates information from job boards, news sites and company listings. An advanced search function enables users to drill down on a location, keywords and salary range. Indeed says it has 70 million unique visitors and 1.5 billion job searches a month. It’s available in 50 countries and 26 languages.

  • SimplyHired.com
    Like Indeed.com, SimplyHired is a Google-like search engine for jobs and a quick way to survey a massive number of job listings. The site, based in Sunnyvale, Calif., aggregates information from job boards, news sites and company listings. At last count, it had 30 million unique visitors a month. One advantage of SimplyHired over Indeed: Job listings display a user’s LinkedIn connections to each job.

  • Idealist.org
    The nation's largest employment board for nonprofit jobs, has more than 1 million registered users. Also includes volunteer opportunities, a blog with stories like tips on managing student loans and a listing of events related to the non-profit world.

  • USAjobs.com
    The government’s official site for federal jobs and employment information, lists thousands of jobs, from the Defense Department to the Department of Transportation. It’s possible to apply for jobs directly through the site. It also has information about eligibility, compensation and benefits for federal workers, including vacation time, commuter subsidies, insurance, and child care.

  • Wall Street Journal Careers Page
    Packed with free content aimed at job seekers and those looking to advance their careers. Also includes a link to the Wall Street Journal’s financial jobs website, FINS, and a link to the “At Work” blog that includes yet more careers content including articles on subjects like job security and college co-op work programs, and links to articles in other publications about work and careers.

  • Dice.com
    For technology and engineering jobs, Dice.com, founded 21 years ago, is a comprehensive site with a database of 86,000 jobs and free career advice and news.


    *Sourced from Forbes.com