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  • UW-Eau Claire

    UWECAdvising & Career Center

    UW-Eau Claire offers students high-impact learning experiences in addition to a first rate classroom experience. The Advising and Career Center offers students one-stop for career exploration and major selection, as well as assistance with the internship and job search.

    Career counselors are available to help students identify and apply for internships. At UW-Eau Claire, each student develops a foundation for active citizenship through our Service-Learning 30-hour requirement for graduation.

    Fast Facts (2014-15)

    • 96% job placement rate for graduates with 53% of employed graduates staying in Wisconsin after graduation
    • Median income for a graduating Blugold is $43,854
    • Host 200+ employers on campus each year for events

    Campus Career Contact:
    Staci Heidtke
    heidtksl@uwec.edu
    715.836.2261

  • UW-Green Bay

    Career Services Center

    Career Services at UW-Green Bay facilitates the career development & future success of our students. We guide students in understanding their career & academic choices, and we teach the career development process & professional skills students will need for their future success.

    We also assist students in securing post graduate employment, internships & admission into graduate & professional school. We are dedicated to providing personalized, direct assistance to help students manage their careers.

    Fast Facts

    • Less less than 2% of graduates still seeking employment at the close of our First Destination Survey
    • 60% of graduating seniors report completing an internship prior to graduation (not including social work field placement/student teaching)
    • 12,000+ full-time positions and 3500+ internships posted annually to Phoenix Recruitment Online

    Campus Career Contact:
    Linda Peacock-Landrum
    peacockl@uwgb.edu
    920.465.2163

  • UW-La Crosse

    Career Services Center

    The UW-La Crosse Career Services guides students through the process of defining their interests, goals and pathways to career success.

    Several tools are available to our students, including Internships & Job Search (resume, cover letter, interviewing skills and search assistance), Graduate School Assistance (advice on the graduate student application process), Eagle Opportunities (online career resource lists internships and jobs) and Career Events (hosting nearly 250 employers and graduate programs each year).

    Fast Facts

    • All 10,000+ students have access to Eagle Opportunities
    • 7,000+ full time positions and nearly 2,000 internship positions posted each year

    Campus Career Contact:
    Karolyn Bald
    career@uwlax.edu
    608.785.8514

  • UW-Madison

    Career Services Center

    UW-Madison offers a wide variety of services to our students. Offices are decentralized, so please visit each school or college website for specific services.

    Campus Career Contact:

    Select contact based on area of interest.

  • UW-Milwaukee

    Career Centers

    Services include: Choosing Majors, Researching Careers, Decision Making, Skill Development, Career Advising, On- and Off-Campus Jobs, Internship support, Co-op Programs (Engineering), Resume Development, CV Development, Career Fairs, On-Campus Recruiting, and Interviewing Strategies. Presentations on these services are provided for Student Organizations and classes. Click for additional support, such as job postings, Mock Interview Modules, and assessment tools.

    Career Services Contact:
    Career Planning & Resource Center
    pantherjobs@uwm.edu
    414.229.4486

  • UW-Oshkosh

    Career Services Center

    University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Career Services has unique programs and services that give students a competitive edge as they search for internships and careers.

    UWO 2015 Infographic pdf

    Fast Facts

    • UWO graduates’ median salary is $43,959
    • Job placement rate for graduates includes:
      • 79% employed full-time
      • 6% employed part-time
      • 7% continuing education
      • 8% "other"
    • 321 employer relationships for job or internships placements for UWO students
    • 100% of undergraduate student body registered in UWO career portal

    Career Services Contact:
    Jodi Kalmus 
    kalmusj@uwosh.edu
    920.424.2181

  • UW-Parkside

    Advising & Career Center

    We provide career advising which will engage you in self-assessment, career research, goal setting, job search strategies, career progression, and reflection. Advisors can assist you with resumes, cover letters, personal branding, and interview preparation. Individual advising sessions integrate career planning strategies and guidance specific to your professional goals, skill-set, and knowledge.

    Campus Career Contact:
    Gwendolynn Jones
    Director, Advising and Career Center
    900 Wood Road
    Kenosha, WI 53141-2000
    Gwendolynn.Jones@uwp.edu
    262-595-2040

  • UW-Platteville

    Academic & Career Advising Center

    The Academic and Career Advising Center offers many personal and career development services to assist you. Whether you need to schedule an appointment for a resume or cover letter, search employment opportunities, participate in a mock interview, or ask career-related questions, we can help. We currently have 10,200 employers registered in the Pioneer Career Network; 714 of those with active job, internship and/or co-op postings.

    Fast Facts

    • 75% placement rate for graduates, including full-time employment, continuing their educations, volunteering or doing military service
    • 93% of those reported they are in fields related to their major

    Career Services Contact:
    ACAC@uwplatt.edu
    608.342.1183

  • UW-River Falls

    UW River FallsCareer Services Center

    Career Services is a student-focused office providing comprehensive career planning services to UWRF students and alumni. By providing expertise, resources, and support, we empower individuals to make and implement well-conceived career plans. The career exploration process is facilitated by Career Services.

    View the Annual Report 

    Fast Facts

    • 53% of the graduating class met with Career Services
    • 99.4% of students who met with someone individually in Career Services were retained
    • 3,477 students and alumni attended programs
    • 1,947 alumni and students requested one-on-one appointments

    Career Services Contact:
    Melissa Wilson
    career.services@uwrf.edu
    715.425.3572

  • UW-Stevens Point

    Point Career Services

    Our mission is to provide comprehensive career/life planning & job search services linking education & the world of work for UWSP students & alumni.

    One unique program for qualified juniors & seniors is the Career Ready Internship Program (CRI). With financial assistance from a Great Lakes Community Investments grant, the CRI Program connects UWSP students with high financial need to paid internships with businesses & nonprofits that complement their majors.

    Fast Facts (2014-15)

    • 92% of graduates reported job placement within six months after graduation
    • CareerPoint currently has 3,294 active registered student users, 765 CRI Program active student users & 5,966 active employers

    Career Services Contact:
    Sue Kissinger
    skissing@uwsp.edu
    715.346.3226

  • UW-Stout

    UW StoutCareer Services Office

    Career Services Office at UW-Stout serves all students. Our services include individual appointments where career counselors meet with students to discuss career and professional development topics, including resume development, interviewing skills and job search strategies. We manage a highly successful Co-op program as well as executing two of the Midwest's largest Career Conferences.

    2016 UW Stout Infographic pdf

    Fast Facts (2014-15)

    • 97.3% employed or continuing education within six months of graduation
      • 88.4% knowledge rate 
      • 51.4% employed in Wisconsin
      • 83.3% Employed related to their major have a median salary of $40,000
    • 1,032 students enrolled in co-op program:
      • Average salary of nearly $15/hr
      • 54+% employed in Wisconsin

    Career Services Contact:
    Bryan Barts
    bartsb@uwstout.edu
     715.232.1469

  • UW-Superior

    UW SuperiorCareer Services Center

    We provide career counseling sessions, resume and employment document workshops, networking workshops, Jacket Jobs support and services, job search sessions, grad school prep workshops, mock interview, a Career Closet providing gently used professional clothing, the Jacket Internship Financial Assistance program, annual events including Career Fairs and many more.

    Through our Jacket Jobs system, we currently have 6,939 active employers who can post jobs and see upcoming events for our office.

    Fast Facts (2013-14)

    • Job placement rate for graduates includes:
      • 73.5% employed full-time
      • 22% continuing education
      • 4.5% "other"
    • The median salary for graduates (all majors) is $33,928 and their mean starting salary is $35,694

    Career Services Contact:
    Laura Kastenbauer
    Lkastenb@uwsuper.edu
    715.394.8024

  • UW-Whitewater

    Career Services

    The Career and Leadership Development department serves students in the following three functional areas: Career Development (including internship and employment strategy), Co-Curricular Engagement and Leadership Development, and Identity and Cultural Development. As the sole career center on campus, we work in the space between students, employers, and faculty, with the goal to enhance the interaction of all.

    2016-17 Recruiting at UW-Whitewater pdf

    Fast Facts

    • 97% graduate placement rate (includes full-time employment, continuing ed, volunteering or military)
    • 10 employment strategy-related course sections offered, enrolling 670 students
    • 2,200 on-campus interviews conducted annually in our Bailey Interview Center
    • 9,000+ jobs and internships posted on Hawk Jobs

    Campus Career Contact:
    Ron Buchholz
    BuchholR@uww.edu
    262.472.1498

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