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Job Search Sites

Whether you are seeking internships or full-time positions, your job search will typically begin online. There are countless job boards and career search engines on the internet. To help give you a place to begin, we have a list of job search sites and resources to assist you with this process.

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Remember, you can use Handshake to search for positions, discover employers, submit applications and sign up for virtual interviews and networking events.

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Nationwide Job Search

Most sites will allow search options such as career field, job type or geographic location. Some sites require you to complete a profile to register for a login and password, or to post your resume prior to viewing positions. Be cautious of sites that charge a fee to use their services.

Wisconsin Job Search

Most online national internet job search sites will allow you to narrow your search to find positions specifically listed in Wisconsin or by major cities within Wisconsin, such as Madison, Milwaukee, and the Fox Cities area. See "Nationwide Job Search Sites" above.

Greater Green Bay Chamber of Commerce Companies Hiring

Green Bay Chamber Member Job Opportunities highlights employers who are seeking employees for a wide range of opportunities and industries.

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Job Center of Wisconsin connects job seekers and employers within the state via job postings as well as job fairs.

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WisConnect: Create a professional profile, upload your resume, and search for internships with Wisconsin employers.

Wisconsin Job Search Sites

Job Boards for Areas within Wisconsin

Northeast Wisconsin:

Other Areas within Wisconsin

Border States & Regions

International Job Search

Going Global Logo

GoinGlobal Current students and registered alumni can access this resource by logging in to the Handshake Resource Center.

GoinGlobal career and employment resources include world-wide job openings, internship listings, industry profiles and country-specific career information. More than 30,000 pages of constantly-updated content is included on topics such as work permit/visa regulations, resume writing guidelines and examples, employment trends, salary ranges, networking groups, cultural/interviewing advice, corporate profiles and worldwide job listings... plus much more!

Create a personal GoingGlobal account

International Jobs, Internships & Volunteering

Resources for International Students

In addition to the links above, here are some sites/links/resources specifically for international students:

Students with Disabilities

Job Search Resources for Students with Disabilities

Students of Color

Job Search Resources for Students of Color

LGBTQ+ Students

Tools for LGBTQ+ Job Seekers

These resources are for those with underrepresented gender identities and sexual orientations. Grow your skills and research employers who create workplaces that are friendly for you.

Helping LGBTQ+ undergrads reach their full potential.

Each year, O4U invites a diverse class of high-achieving LGBTQ+ students to their unique conferences, where they’re inspired to pursue ambitious careers.

Out For Undergrad

Empowering Trans & Non-Binary Job Seekers

Join this web series from Human Rights Campaign and Trans Can Work to connect transgender and non-binary job seekers with opportunities and resources.

Who's Hiring Web Series

Best Places to Work for LGBTQ+ Equality

Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index is the national benchmarking tool on corporate policies, practices and benefits pertinent to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer employees.

Corporate Equality Index 2022

Veterans

Women

Job Search Major & Interest

Accounting, Business, Finance, & Math

Entrepreneur / Self-Employment

Art & Creative Arts

Athletics & Sports

Communication, Journalism, & Media

Note resources listed above in "Art & Creative Arts"

Computer & Technical

Education & Teaching

Whether you are researching school districts, searching for positions or developing a portfolio, you might find the following links help.

Wisconsin Education Websites

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
Education Program Application Information

Education Recruitment Fairs

Wisconsin Education Fairs:
  • Wisconsin Educational Recruitment Fair (WERF)
    Held virtually through Handshake, WERF is a unique opportunity for teacher candidates to interact with school recruiters.
  • CESA 1 Job Fair - Southeastern Wisconsin Teacher Recruitment Fair
    Pre-registration is encouraged. Check the CESA website for more information and instructions how to register. Hosted by the Cooperative Educational Service Agency.
Other Education Job Fairs in the U.S.:

Standard Applications

WECAN: Wisconsin Education Career Access Network
Find and apply for jobs in Wisconsin! This system was created by a collaboration of Wisconsin school employers, teacher training colleges, and teachers working through the Wisconsin Association of School Personnel Administrators (WASPA). WECAN is managed and maintained by the School of Education at UW-Madison.

Nationwide On-Line Listings:

Pre-K through Higher Education
Positions in Higher Education
International Teaching Resources
State/Regional Listings & Resources
Developing a Portfolio

Environmental Science

Government, Law, Policy, Enforcement, Criminal Justice, & Planning

Federal Government Links

State & Local Government Links

Healthcare & Science

LiquidCompass is a complete list of nursing and hospital/health system jobs in one place.

Nursing, Travel Nursing, & Allied Health Staffing Agencies

History, Theatre, & Music

Hospitality & Travel

Human Services, Social Work, Not-for-Profit, & Religious Careers

Languages & Translation

Law & Criminal Justice

Other Career Fields & Resources

Telecommuting Job Sites:

Sites for Senior Job Seekers:

Disclaimer

Career Services at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay maintains this web site as a service to UW-Green Bay students for their career development and employment-seeking efforts. Handshake is a service provided to registered students and alumni only. The presence of job announcements on this web site does not indicate an endorsement or recommendation from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay or UW-Green Bay Career Services. Students should take responsibility for all necessary precautions when interviewing for, or accepting these positions, and students are solely responsible for obtaining necessary information concerning the employer.

This web site also contains links to other web sites not under the control of the University or Career Services, and we are not responsible for the contents of any linked site. Career Services provides these links only as a convenience. UW-Green Bay and Career Services assumes no liability for acts or omissions by third parties or for material supplied by them.

Students who discover any misuse or abuse of this web site are encouraged to report the matter to Career Services as soon as possible.

For further information call UW-Green Bay Career Services at (920) 465-2163.