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Career Lab

Find everything you need to jump start your job search through our Career Lab. Connect with the CPPS alumni and faculty network for exclusive pharmacy jobs and learn how to sharpen your CV and highlight your skills to recruiters through our various workshops.

Find Job Opportunities on Handshake

Get started on your career in pharmacy by filling out your Handshake profile and search for your next opportunity. Whether you are looking for a summer internship, or a full-time position, Handshake allows you to tailor your criteria so that you can find the right position for the next step in your career.

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Connect with the LinkedIn CPPS Professional Group

Start growing your professional network today by signing up for the WSU CPPS Professional LinkedIn group. This group gives WSU CPPS students and alumni exclusive access to positions which have been gathered through the CPPS CougaRx network. Sign up to learn about the latest job opportunities, connect with faculty and staff, get professional insight, or link up with alumni.

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Land a Job at the CPPS Career Fair

Meet with industry leaders and recruiters to learn about areas of growth in pharmacy. The CPPS Career Fair allows you to get one-on-one time with various companies so that you find opportunities and learn about new and expanding industries.

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Student Success and Professional Development

Building a professional foundation is critical to finding your ideal job. Our student success course series include building your professional network, creating an online profile for future employers to see, CV reviews and other career development topics that will help you get a head start in your pharmacy career.

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Tools for Success

“Remember that getting to your ideal job is often a long and winding path, with plenty of hard work. Make the best of opportunities that come your way, but also remember that you will grow from your failures as much as your successes.”

 

–Ryan Nottingham, ICU Pharmacist at LifeBridge Health, Class of 2016

Washington State University