Business Career Center 3290 Grainger Hall 975 University Ave.
Front desk: (608) 262-2550 Toll-free employer hotline: (866) 436-3533 bus.wisc.edu/bba/employers
This office provides services for both undergraduate and graduate students. For undergraduates, they break the career search down into a year-by-year plan. Like the other advising offices, they offer counseling, internship listings, and connection to hiring employers.
College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Career Services 116 Agricultural Hall 1450 Linden Dr.
For those in the CALS, this office provides internship opportunities, career assessments, job-searching tips, and employer access.
Educational Placement and Career Services B150 Education Building 1000 Bascom Mall
Monday-Friday 7:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Geared towards those looking to go into the education field, this center offer job fairs, career workshops, internship listings, and job search engines.
Engineering Career Services ecs.engr.wisc.edu/public/
This office is helpful for students going into engineering fields. They offer academic support, career counseling, internship information, and employment opportunities.
Letters & Science/Human Ecology Career Center 905 University Avenue, Suite 160
This is one of the largest academic resources at UW. They break down their services into those for students, alumni and employers. Of course these three groups overlap through the office's career counseling, internship listings, and employer connections.
Advice on Finding a Job/Internship
UW offers several career advising programs throughout its specific schools. The earlier you get in touch with these offices, the easier it will be post-graduation. Even if you are a freshman coming in with no specific major, these people can connect you to different academic programs that may help spark an interest. Cross-college advising counselors are knowledgeable of majors throughout the school and they can help undecided students narrow their choices. For those already set on a career path, the counselors here will link you to information about your choice job, alumni already in the field, and internship opportunities. The different schools within the University, such as engineering, business, medicine, law, and journalism, have internship listings, a hiring employer database, and names of academic support groups. Other great resources are the career fairs and expos taking place throughout the semester. Check listings within the school of your major for more information.
Firms That Most Frequently Hire Grads
- Cuna Mutual Group
- General Mills
- Liberty Mutual
- Philip Morris USA
- Roundy's Inc.
- Vector Marketing Corp.