Networking is important, even early on in your undergraduate education. You might even get a job related to the career you want. Hey, if you are going to work while you study, why not work in your area of interest? You can network in many different ways:
- Tacoma Pierce County Bar Association mentoring program
- National Muslim Law Students Association mentoring program
- Members of the Tacoma Pierce County Bar Association's New & Young Lawyers Section offer job shadowing and other mentoring opportunities to UWT students.
- Volunteer Legal Services, Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association
- Become a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)
- City Club of Tacoma - City Club’s programs provide an opportunity to get together with other civic-minded people within our community that you may not see at other "networking" events. The club regularly welcomes leaders and dignitaries on issues affecting the arts, business, education, the environment, human services, law and justice, the media, the military, philanthropy, politics, and more.
- Rotary Club - Rotary is an international organization whose purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders to provide humanitarian services, to encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and to advance goodwill and peace around the world.