Inside Track

New partnership with career-exploration company Possible will help supplement job resources provided by SCU Career Center.

Students can learn about in-demand careers and connect with mentors as part of a partnership among SCU, Seattle University, and the career-exploration company Possible. The program includes five-week courses taught by recruiters, hiring managers, and founders at well-known companies, including Microsoft, Meta, Square, Etsy, and Modern Treasury.

“The opportunity to explore and gain experience in a variety of tech professions and to connect directly with individuals in these occupations will be a true career accelerator for students at both universities as they are developing their
career paths,” says Dylan Houle, executive director of the SCU Career Center.

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