Welcome, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies alums!
Jackson School alums are fully engaged in the world- serving as leaders in NGOs, academia, business and government. The work you do changes the world around you.
You are an important part of our UW and Jackson School community for life. We have ways for you to share your story, continue to learn with our public education programs, help current students with career advice and connect with your fellow alums. We can’t wait to hear from you.
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Help out current Jackson School students through UW Alumni Association’s new networking tool: Husky Landing. Husky Landing is a space for UW alums, students, and friend to share advice, connect, find professional development opportunities and even serve as a mentor. Husky Landing is flexible- you control your level of commitment.
Huskies@Work is a one-time, virtual connection opportunity for alum to share their career stories with students. This is not a mentorship program, but rather an online job-shadowing program that gives students an opportunity to learn more about a particular career path. Huskies@Work currently operates twice a year, once in the fall and again in the spring. Applications open in September and March.
Jackson School Public Events:
The Jackson School offers events and lectures featuring Jackson School faculty, scholars, diplomats, and leaders from NGOs and business around the world. Currently, all of our events are virtual, free and open to the public. Check out our events calendar to see what is coming up.
UW Alumni Association
UWAA provides opportunities to connect with the greater UW community and grow your career. Members enjoy a variety of networking and engagement offerings.