Fairs and Events


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.


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.

Educator Career Preparation Conference

ECPC will be  held January 18th-January 2oth. The conference  provides a series of career-related information sessions for students pursuing K-12 experiences and employment opportunities.  Zoom sessions will be recorded and available post conference.

For questions, please contact Noelle Thompson at noelle.thompson@wisc.edu

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Conference Agenda

Click on the links below to attend a session. Session videos will be uploaded the week following the conference. To view recordings you must be logged into My UW.

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Tuesday January 18th

1:00-2:00 pm cst

Keynote-Duy Nguyen, DPI Assistant State Superintendent Division for Academic Excellence
Hear from Duy Nguyen, DPI Assistant State Superintendent in the Division for Academic Excellence.

2:10-3:10 pm cst

View recording of Career Center and Global Engagement Office session

Passcode: hrz6Y2i+

Learn about resources in the School of Education to guide you along in your professional teaching career.

Wednesday January 19th

1:00-2:00 pm cst

View recording of Application Materials
Learn about how to put your best foot forward with your resume, cover letter, teaching statement, and more!

2:10-3:10 pm cst

Human Resources Panel
Hear from Human Resources representatives from school districts across the state of Wisconsin.

Thursday January 20th

1:00-2:00 pm cst

View recording of Salary session

Passcode: cU6?4*CM

Learn how to negotiate your salary after receiving an offer.

2:10-3:10 pm cst

Learn how to navigate the licensing process through the Department of Public Instruction.

Traditionally, a Career Trek is a site visit that companies provide. It’s a unique chance to learn about a company of interest, any job or internship opportunities they have available, and what they might look for in candidates that apply.  The Career Services Offices across the UW-System have teamed up to provide a total of 26 Virtual Career Treks during the 2020-2021 academic year.  Virtual Career Treks are hosted every Wednesday at 2:00 PM. Attending a Virtual Career trek is an opportunity to engage with industry professionals, expand your network, and increase your awareness of career possibilities.

Below is the schedule of upcoming Virtual Career Treks. To view past (recorded) Career Treks, scroll to the bottom of this webpage.

To register for a Virtual Career Trek:

1. Click the “Register” button under the trek in which you would like to register for. You will be redirected to Handshake.

2. Log in to your Handshake account using your school’s credentials.

3. Once you’ve been signed in to Handshake and you’re on the correct Virtual Career Trek event, click the “Register” button.

The Career Trek will take place via Zoom. On the day of the event, return to the Handshake event and click the meeting link. You will be redirected to Zoom where you will need to input your name and email address before joining the virtual event.

Please note:   for the security of the event, all live Virtual Career Treks will not be accessible after 2:05 PM on the day of. If you do not join the meeting prior to 2:05 PM, you will not be able to participate and will need to watch the replay of the trek at a later time. Replays are posted to this website no later than noon the following Monday. 

Upcoming Virtual Career Treks

Sept 8

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GEA Process & Engineering

View Career Trek

Sept 15


Rockwell Automation

View Career Trek

Sept 22

Oct 6


Kwik Trip

View Career Trek

Oct 13

EVP Passion Culture Logo


View Career Trek

Oct 20


DeForest Area School District

View Career Trek

Oct 27



View Career Trek

Nov 3


Sherwin Williams

View Career Trek 

Nov 10


Lands’ End

Virtual Career Trek

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Nov 17


Marshfield Clinic Health System

Virtual Career Trek

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Dec 1


TDS Telecom

Virtual Career Trek

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Dec 8


Great Northern Corporation

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Past Virtual Career Treks

Spring 2021

To view the Spring 2021 Career Trek videos, click on the organization’s logo below.




Fall 2020

To view the Fall 2020 Career Trek videos , visit the YouTube Career Treks site.

Frequently Asked Questions

What technology will I need to attend a Virtual Career Trek?
You will need a laptop or mobile device with an internet connection. Virtual Career Treks will be hosted on Zoom, which can be accessed online or using the app.

How long is a Virtual Career Trek?
Treks are typically hosted for 30-60 minutes in length. Please plan to participate for 45-60 minutes.

Do I need to dress up for the Virtual Career Trek?
Yes. We encourage you to dress like you would at a career fair. You will have the opportunity to interact with the employers in a group or one-on-one meeting, so you want to look your best.

Should I prepare anything before the Virtual Career Trek?
1.  Have your resume reviewed by your career services department so it is ready to provide to employers should they ask for it.  Upload your resume to Handshake.
2.  Complete/Update your Handshake and LinkedIn profiles!
3.  Switch your Handshake profile to the “Community” setting so an employer can see your accomplishments.
4.  Research the company/organization you will be “visiting” using Handshake and LinkedIn – look at their company’s overview, student reviews, and current job/internship postings.
5.  Create a list of questions to ask the employer during the Trek. Below are some options for you to consider:

  • What do you enjoy most about working with (name of company/organization)?
  • What makes someone successful working for (name of company/organization)?
  • Is there room for growth for current employees?
  • What are some current issues or trends in the field that I should know about?
  • What kind of accomplishments are valued/rewarded at (name of company/organization)?
  • What types of professional development activities are available for employees?
  • How is the company/organization involved with the surrounding communities?
  • What advice do you have for me during my internship or job search?

What should I do to make the most of the Virtual Career Trek?
1. Act professionally. Remove all distractions (e.g., phone, television, games, etc.) from your surroundings. Think of this as a 1st interview!
2. Avoid multitasking during the visit. This is not the time to finish up a class assignment or peruse the web
3. Ensure that your video feed is well-lit and has a clutter-free background. Find a neutral backdrop like a wall, screen, or curtains
4. Log in early in case of technical difficulties
5. Have your notetaking tools ready – write down the names, job titles, and contact information of the employer’s representative(s) on the visit

What happens if I get disconnected?
Although we encourage you to test your technology in advance, we understand that disconnects still might happen. Once you register for the event, you will be given a link to the Zoom call. On the day of the Career Trek, click the link and join the event.

If you get disconnected, confirm your internet connection is stable and try logging onto the link again. If you cannot seem to get the link to work, contact tech support:

Haley Carr
Employer Relations & Events Specialist
Career Services
University of Wisconsin-Superior

Do I need to do anything after the Virtual Career Trek?
Yes! Just like after an interview, make sure you send a thank you note to the employer’s representative(s). Below is an example of a thank you email.

Thank you email example


If you are not able to attend an event, you can always schedule an appointment to go over 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.

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