You serve the public good in invaluable ways and your alma mater is here to serve you.

The moment you graduate from the Evans School, you become life-long members of our community of professionals who share a deep passion for the public good. Bringing passion, innovation, and rigor to all you do, you and 4,000+ fellow alumni have strengthened communities world-wide. Explore this page to continue your engagement with the Evans School, your cohort, and your Evans alumni network.

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Affinity Networks

Network, learn, and connect with fellow Evans Alumni in your area and/or who share a common focus. The Evans School currently hosts the following affinity groups: Evans in Government Network, Evans Elected Officials Network, and the Evans D.C. Connections Network. Learn more and join!

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Engage with Evans

There are a range of ways to continue to engage with the Evans School after you graduate –supporting career pathways for students, partnering with Evans on projects in your workplace, volunteering, and more.

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Career Development

Check out all the guides and tools compiled by the Career Development team on job search and professional development topics ranging from networking to negotiating.

Evans School alumni have lifetime access to EvansJobs online system for viewing job openings relevant to the MPA degree and engaging in career development events. If you don’t remember your username or have trouble accessing your account, email for assistance from the Career Development team.

Connect with other Evans School alumni on LinkedIn to see and share open positions at their organizations in the Evans School Alumni Connection LinkedIn Group.

The Evans School Career Development team offers individual career counseling appointments with recent graduate during the 12 months following your Evans School graduation. Appointments may be scheduled by emailing

For alumni farther beyond their Evans School graduation, we have compiled a list of Seattle-area career resources* to help with your career planning.

  • Waldron helps organizations attract, engage, and inspire effective leaders by offering executive search, executive coaching, and career transition
  • Vocational Village is a current list of Seattle recruiters and employment agencies.
  • Erin Ewart Consulting runs Job Search Groups and hosts social sector networking events on a regular basis
  • Career Horizons, based in Bellevue, WA, offers services including career coaching, job search workshops, and outplacement services.
  • Staffing Agencies working with MPA employers: Volt Workforce Solutions, Elwood Staffing
  • Evans School alumni with career coaching businesses: Melissa Amrhein, Kyle Elliot

*Though we periodically update this list as we learn of new career coaching resources relevant to Evans School alumni, this is not a comprehensive listing, nor are we are unable to endorse or offer direct recommendations for any of these services.

Our alumni community has an open invitation to join us for any career development events. Keep up with what we are hosting through the Evans Event Calendar, as well as other professional development events in the EvansJobs Event Calendar.

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Justyn Jacobs

Justyn Jacobs
Alumni & Community Engagement Manager

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