Campus events for Fri., Feb. 5: Intramural Yoga, Applying to UW workshop & Job Seekers’ Roundtable

Intramural Yoga

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Join us for intramural yoga from 11:30 a.m.- 12:20 p.m. in room 3025. Free to students and faculty and staff.

Applying to the University of Washington workshop (online)

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This is an online session, a “chatroom,” which provides application support to students currently applying to the University of Washington – Seattle.

Please RSVP by contacting You will then be provided a link for you to attend the session.

The deadline for Summer and Fall admission to the UW is February 15. In this workshop, we will open the application, look at the pages together and answer questions.

Job Seekers’ Roundtable: The emails of Raqhav Haran, Author of “Land the Perfect Job”job seekers roundtable













This Friday’s Roundtable: The Emails of Raghav Haran
I don’t remember how it happened, but I ended up on an email list by career coach and “Land the Perfect Job” author, Raghav Haran.

Sure, he has something to sell – you know, the DVDs and all – but he’s been very approachable and helpful,  returning my emails with suggestions and advice.

Interestingly, he never pressures me to buy his program. A very insightful guy with a deeper sense of what this career / job seeking thing is all about.

I sense that he’s a business guy who genuinely enjoys helping people become more secure about job hunting and interviewing.

I have kept most of the emails from Raghav and have asked him if he would not mind that I share a few of them as talking points for Roundtable – his response was very enthusiastically positive. How cool it would be to actually have him in person for a Roundtable!

But maybe this is second best to hosting Raghav in person: What I plan to do this Friday is hopefully get about 10 of you to Roundtable, and hand out different copies of his messages. Emails with titles such as: “Stop Settling on the Big Things in Life,” “What Separates the Top Performers From Everyone Else,” and “Why Won’t Anyone Be Honest With You?” And one of my favorites: “I Dyed My Hair Green and Orange in 4th Grade.” We’ll read the messages and go around about points made, have a few laughs, get some new insights in the process –  all this of course with the best coffee in Shoreline, compliments of Central Market.

So see you this Friday – and as always, Good Luck Out There!

Friday, February 5

Room 5116, Building 5000 (ground floor)

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