Career Fairs & Events

CAMPUS CAREER FAIRS

The Career Center collaborates with our career services partners across campus to hold fall and spring campus-wide fairs.  These career fairs are promoted on the Career Fairs site once the date for each event has been set and confirmed. Visit the Campus-wide Career Events page to view career programs sponsored by career services offices on campus.

View the Career Fair Prep video for strategies on making the most of a career fair.

SCHOOL EVENTS

Sign up for our workshops and events by clicking on the “register” link and logging in to your Handshake account. If you have further questions, please contact career-center@education.wisc.edu.

CAREER LABS for Targeted Majors

Arts  Related:

The Art of Professional Communication–CANCELLED

Friday, March 27        3:00-4:30 p.m.
Want to learn how to reach out to and articulate your interest in working with different artists and/or organizations? Drop-in for part of or all of the Career Lab to get your questions about how to communicate with professionals in your field answered!
PROGRAM FOR TEACHER CANDIDATES

Licensing for Teachers

 Tuesday, May 12             5:00-6:15 p.m. — Delivered via technology
Mitchell Patton from ESS will share information about the process of obtaining your license.  This event is targeted to students who are completing a teacher licensure program.
 REGISTER

SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT WITH A CAREER ADVISOR

If you are not able to attend an event, you can always schedule an appointment to go over any of these topics. Some reasons to meet with us: résumé/cover letter review, mock interviews, graduate school preparation, questions and to gather information regarding your individual search/situation as well to learn more about any of the above topics.

Student appointments can be scheduled with a Career Advisor by using Starfish or by calling 608-262-1651.

Alumni, please complete the Appointment Request Form to request a career advising appointment.

Phone or video chat appointments are available during COVID-19.