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IAS Career Pathways Panel
IAS Career Pathways Panel
WhenTuesday, Feb. 25, 2020, 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.

Experts who study the future of work predict that advancements in technology will create more jobs in artificial intelligence. However, they also predict that human-centric positions will have the biggest opportunities for employment. IAS majors equip students with a variety of human-centric skills to help them make sense of the world, understand the needs of society, and come up with creative solutions to complex issues.

Join us to learn whether an IAS major can meet your professional and career interests. Alumni working in business, juvenile justice, and the arts will share their experiences in IAS majors and discuss they ways they were excellently prepared for their careers.

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Jaime Fajardo, Society, Ethics & Human Behavior ’12
Fajardo administers the Youth Enrichment Services (county alternatives to detention) programs for justice-involved youth. He has worked in juvenile rehabilitation since 2011 and holds a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Washington.

Aisha Qadri, Global Studies; Society, Ethics & Human Behavior ‘15
Qadri is a business consultant who advises companies, coaches nonprofits, builds entrepreneurs, and sparks communities. She has worked in business development for over 13 years and is currently pursuing as master’s degree in social work and certificate in nonprofit management at the University of Washington.

Gracelynn Shibayama, Media & Communication Studies ’15
Shibayama is the Events Assistant for Edmonds Center for the Arts, a performing arts venue serving 75,000 patrons annually. Previously, Shibayama was the Member Relations Coordinator for KNKX 88.5 FM and the station manager for UWave Radio.

Campus locationUW Bothell UW1
Campus room370
UW Bothell Event typesSpecial Events
Event sponsorsSchool of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
Event typesSpecial Events, Workshops
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