Events & Workshops

Washington Legislative Internship information session 2020

The Washington State Legislative Internship Program offers Washington college students the opportunity to gain paid work experience while studying the state legislative process and learning about public policy up close. During the internship, which takes place in 2020 in the winter and spring quarters, interns work for members of the Washington State House of Representatives or Senate and with legislative staff while earning academic credit from Evergreen.

Get detailed program information and the online application.

Priority Application Deadline: October 4, 2019

Final Application Deadline: October 11, 2019

Students that are selected for the internship program will enroll in the academic program for the winter and spring 2020 quarters.

Information session


October 2

1:30 – 3 pm

Purce Lecture Hall 7—Olympia Campus

Graduate School Fair 2019

Wednesday, October 23, 2019 from 12 – 3 pm in the Library Lobby

This is a great opportunity to visit with graduate school representatives and make plans to reach your educational goals. Check out the list of schools who to attended the fair last year (XLSX). Watch for a new list of schools coming in October 2019.

Graduate schools interested in registering for the October 23, 2019 event should email Katherine McGee or call (360) 867-6395.

Community Opportunities & Internship Fair

Wednesday, January 29, 2020 from 12 – 3 pm in the Library Lobby

Visit with local, regional, and national organizations that want to put your creative knowledge and talents to work. Registration for organizations wishing to attend will be available in December. For more information about this year’s (2019) past event visit the Community Opportunities & Internship Fair page.

Master in Teaching (MiT) information sessions

Learn how to plan for Evergreen’s MiT program and Washington State teaching endorsement and certification requirements. Read the MiT catalog and complete an appropriate endorsement worksheet to the best of your ability before this meeting. Bring your transcripts with credit equivalencies, if possible. For more information call (360) 867-6559 or visit the website:

Peace Corps visit to Olympia campus

Information table




Campus Activities Building—second floor

Information session





These sessions are a great opportunity for students to learn more about their options in the Peace Corps, to ask questions about benefits and the application process, and to connect with a recruiter for the inside scoop on getting an invitation to serve in one of 60 different countries around the world for 27 months after college.

If you are interested in reaching out to learn more about the Peace Corps, email Tamorie.

Visit the Peace Corps website.

Study abroad workshops

Find out about study at universities abroad, options for study abroad programs, and planning for independent study through individual contracts when you attend a Study Abroad Workshop. Also check out the Study Abroad site for more information.