We're here to help you find success.
From your first year at UW-Green Bay to six months after you graduate, we'll support you in finding career success! Our mission is to assist you with the choice of major, career, job or graduate school that is right for you. We'll get you connected with a variety of resources focused on providing you with top-notch career advising.
What do you want to be? We'll assist you in exploring your major and career options.
Resume and letter writing, interviewing, and etiquette are all professional skills we can help you polish.
It’s true – it’s not what you know, it’s who you know. 85% of positions are filled through networking. Let us help you grow that network.
Did you land a full-time job? Or get accepted to grad school? Share your post-grad status with us! Take the Survey
Handshake is our campus system for college students to find a job. Looking for an internship, part-time job, or full-time position? Handshake can help connect you to these opportunities. Search for positions, discover employers, submit applications and sign up for virtual interviews and networking events.
Your resume tells your experience, education, skills and accomplishments to a potential employer. A well written resume will help you move onto the next stage of the job search — the interview.
Effective communication skills are extremely important in the work force. If you can write professional letters during your internship and job search, you'll stand out to potential employers.
An interview is a chance to showcase your strengths, knowledge and skills to potential employers. Although there are some common questions, it's important for you to be prepared with a story that will resonate.
We host several job and internship fairs each year to provide students and recent graduates the chance to connect with employers.
Workshops and events can help you develop skills to navigate your way through today's job market and make connections with employers and organizations in the community.
Many careers today require advanced degrees—like medicine, social work, law, higher ed or specialized research. Find out how graduate school can broaden your experience and expertise in a field.
Interested in a career and want to find out how people got into the field? Confused about what to write for your resume? What about salary negotiation? Our videos can help with all that and more.
“The easiest connection I made throughout my four years of college, was a connection with Career Services. Without their help, I would not have had three internships and a full-time job before graduation!”
Dylan Ringham ’18
Not sure where to start? Get in touch and we will figure it out together.