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Workshops & Events


Workshops and events open up more opportunities for you.

There’s a saying among woodsmen: “sharpen the saw.” Basically, in order to get better at your work, you have to take a break to “sharpen the saw.” Connecting with like-minded professionals, getting motivated and finding new opportunities can help re-energize your work and generate new ideas.

Are you career ready? Get the professional skills you need to impress employers.

Calendar of Career Events

Career Services offers a variety of workshops, fairs and programs to assist you in developing skills to navigate your way through today's job market and connect you with employers and organizations outside of the University. For a complete list of current events, employer and graduate school information sessions, as well as off-campus programs, log in to Handshake and view Events.

Events & Workshops for Fall 2023

Click the program name to view details in Handshake.

W, September 20 Cofrin School of Business Fall Social  3:00-6:00 pm
W, September 27 Company Tour:  Amerilux and American National Bank 10:00 am-12:30 pm

Tu, October 3

UW-Green Bay Job, Internship, and Opportunities Fair
Focus on health, human services, and non-profit positions

12:30-3:00 pm

W, October 4

UW-Green Bay Job, Internship, and Opportunities Fair
Focus on science, technology, engineering, and math positions

9:00-11:30 am

W, October 4

UW-Green Bay Job, Internship, and Opportunities Fair
Focus on business and industry positions

1:00-3:30 pm

Tu, October 10

Rock Your LinkedIn Profile presented by LinkedIn Learning

2:00-3:00 pm




Thursday, November 2, 2023 at Lambeau Field

Take advantage of this opportunity to meet with 50+ companies offering 200+ paid internships and co-ops!
Student registration is open September 15 - October 30, 2003



UW System Career Treks
Participate in virtual visits with employer partners.

Attending a Virtual Career Trek is an opportunity to engage with industry professionals, expand your network, and increase your awareness of career possibilities.  



Grow YOur Skills & Your Network

Attending job fairs, workshops and other events provides more real-world experiences and skills than what you learn in your classes. Most importantly, you can get connected with people in your field – maybe you’ll even meet your future boss.

UW-Green Bay Job and Career Fair

Job Fairs

Explore career opportunities and and dip your toes in the professional world by attending our job and internship fairs.

Job & Internship Fairs
UW-Green Bay Career Services Hiring and Online Reputation Workshop


Get help with navigating the workforce by developing new skills through workshops. The best part? You get to learn from like-minded people.

Workshop Recordings
LinkedIn Learning on-demand video training library on a mobile phone

Linkedin Videos

Don't have the skills to match your ideal job? Actively develop your professional skills with these on-demand video tutorials.

Video Tutorials

Recordings of Past Workshops

Past workshops from UW-Green Bay Career Services are now available for viewing in an online archive. You can watch and learn how to choose a major, create a resume, prepare for an interview, virtual job fair and more. The archive also includes a recording of a webinar, "Munchies & Mingling," where you can learn the basics of networking in a small-group setting.

See Workshop Recordings

Looking for More?

Check out more workshop recorded career programs in the Resource Library section of Handshake.

How to find the Resource Library
Julia Kreitzer

Get a Feel for Interviews

“I think the mock interview days are especially helpful. They're real hiring managers from well-known reputable companies in the area. It is just the least the least pressured situation. Because while they may be looking for candidates, it's not a real interview. Mock interview, right? You get the feel for what it's like. I did still feel nervous, which was good because you're gonna be nervous in an interview and it affects how you say things. So you go in, answer their interview questions. You get their immediate feedback on how you, did what you did well. And now going forward you're a name in their system. You know if they're looking for a position and you stood out well, you might be the first person they call!”

Julia Kreitzer ’20
Business Administration major
Emphasis in Management

Contact Us

Between our dozens of live events each year and the extensive library of at-your-pace tutorials, you may find you have questions or feedback. We want to hear from you!

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