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Continuing Your Career Connections with UW-Madison

Upcoming Career Events

August 22 - Job Search Support Group | For unemployed professionals in the community
Find support with this free counselor-facilitated group designed to provide unemployed and underemployed professionals with resources, new ideas and a place to meet others looking for employment. The group is facilitated by counselors from UW-Madison's Adult Career and Special Student Services office, Division of Continuing Studies. Call 263-6960 to confirm session. Varies, look for signs, 21 N. Park St.. 10 a.m.-noon Cost: No fee. Information: 263-6960, advising@dcs.wisc.edu
 
August 22 - Continuing Studies | Building Bridges: Networking & Campus Resources for Returning Adults
Are you a new or returning adult student at UW-Madison? Take advantage of this orientation to learn about campus libraries, financial aid, academic support, computer resources, and more. 1106-1108, 21 N. Park St.. 5:30-7:30 p.m. Cost: No Fee. Information: 263-6960, advising@dcs.wisc.edu
 
August 29 - Job Search Support Group | For unemployed professionals in the community
Find support with this free counselor-facilitated group designed to provide unemployed and underemployed professionals with resources, new ideas and a place to meet others looking for employment. The group is facilitated by counselors from UW-Madison's Adult Career and Special Student Services office, Division of Continuing Studies. Call 263-6960 to confirm session. Varies, look for signs, 21 N. Park St.. 10 a.m.-noon Cost: No fee. Information: 263-6960, advising@dcs.wisc.edu
 
September 05 - Job Search Support Group | For unemployed professionals in the community
Find support with this free counselor-facilitated group designed to provide unemployed and underemployed professionals with resources, new ideas and a place to meet others looking for employment. The group is facilitated by counselors from UW-Madison's Adult Career and Special Student Services office, Division of Continuing Studies. Call 263-6960 to confirm session. Varies, look for signs, 21 N. Park St.. 10 a.m.-noon Cost: No fee. Information: 263-6960, advising@dcs.wisc.edu
 
September 11 - Campus Student Employment Job Carnival
Join us Monday, September 11 from 12:00 - 4:00pm at Gordon Dining & Event Center for the UW-Madison Student Employment Job Carnival. At the fair, you'll be able to explore various job opportunities on campus, play games, and win prizes. Gordon Dining and Event Center . Noon-4 p.m. Information: 890-3278, allyson.hedding@housing.wisc.edu
 
September 11 - Public Service Fair
Volunteer, Internships, Part & Full-Time opportunities available with local non-profit and government agencies (All class levels and majors encouraged to attend). Typical Employer Organizations focus on: human rights, mentorship, education, youth development, healthcare, social and economic justice and government. Dress is casual to business casual List of Employers Attending (Updated Daily): https://bus-wisc-csm.symplicity.com/events/a7b5982ea31bebebb3e026d7f9524ee3/employers Varsity Hall, Union South. 3-6 p.m. Information: 262-3921, careers@ls.wisc.edu
 
September 11 - Fall Public Service Fair | Find volunteer, internship and job opportunities with nonprofits
The Public Service Fair is sponsored by L&S Career Services and the Morgridge Center for Public Service. The event provides students the opportunity to connect with local, state and national nonprofit agencies. Students can chat with people from these organizations to find ways to engage in their community that matches their interests, major and career goals. Varsity Hall, Union South. 3 p.m. Information: 263-2432
 
September 12 - Job Search Support Group | For unemployed professionals in the community
Find support with this free counselor-facilitated group designed to provide unemployed and underemployed professionals with resources, new ideas and a place to meet others looking for employment. The group is facilitated by counselors from UW-Madison's Adult Career and Special Student Services office, Division of Continuing Studies. Call 263-6960 to confirm session. Varies, look for signs, 21 N. Park St.. 10 a.m.-noon Cost: No fee. Information: 263-6960, advising@dcs.wisc.edu
 
September 13 - Study Abroad Fair
The Study Abroad Fair gives students a one-stop-shopping experience for exploring hundreds to study abroad opportunities for every major. More than 90 exhibits will showcase info about UW sponsored programs, including IAP's 200+ programs and offerings from other study abroad offices on campus. You'll find programs on 6 continents ranging from classroom experience to internships, research, field work, service learning & more. Varsity Hall, Union South. 1:30-6 p.m. Cost: Free. Information: 265-6329, peeradvisor@studyabroad.wisc.edu
 
September 14 - Engineering Career Fair
Career fair targeting UW-Madison students and alumni in the STEM fields. Sonata Room, Gordon Dining and Event Center. 1-7 p.m. Cost: No fee for UW-Madison students and alumni. Information: 262-3471, ecs@engr.wisc.edu
 
September 14 - Master of Science-Occupational Therapy Program Group Advising Session | MS-OT Group Advising Session
Group Advising Sessions offer prospective occupational therapy students an opportunity to learn about the admission requirements, application procedures, and curriculum of the MS-OT Program at UW-Madison. Prospective applicants are also provided with information and resources in regard to composing a strong application for graduate study. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet a current MS-OT Student, as well as the OT Program Admissions Coordinator. 3130 Medical Sciences Center. 4:45-5:45 p.m. Cost: Free. Information: otadmissions@education.wisc.edu
 
September 18 - Engineering Career Fair
Career fair targeting UW-Madison students and alumni in the STEM fields. Sonata Room, Gordon Dining and Event Center. 1-7 p.m. Cost: No fee for UW-Madison students and alumni. Information: 262-3471, ecs@engr.wisc.edu
 
September 18 - Career Fair Prep Night
Resume reviews and consultations with employers and career advisors Pyle Center. 6-8 p.m. Information: 262-3921, careers@ls.wisc.edu
 
September 19 - Job Search Support Group | For unemployed professionals in the community
Find support with this free counselor-facilitated group designed to provide unemployed and underemployed professionals with resources, new ideas and a place to meet others looking for employment. The group is facilitated by counselors from UW-Madison's Adult Career and Special Student Services office, Division of Continuing Studies. Call 263-6960 to confirm session. Varies, look for signs, 21 N. Park St.. 10 a.m.-noon Cost: No fee. Information: 263-6960, advising@dcs.wisc.edu
 
September 19 - CCAS Career Exploration Center Open House
Exploring majors? Curious about careers? Overwhelmed with choices? We get it, and we can help. Find out what we’re all about, meet our friendly staff, and discover how we can help in your decision-making. We're right across from the Badger Market in Ingraham Hall. Join us on September 19 for more information and free snacks! 114 Ingraham Hall. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Information: 262-6709, claire.peters@wisc.edu
 
September 19 - Career & Internship Fair
Open to ALL majors, Wisconsin’s featured Fall hiring event reaching nearly 2,500 students across five Colleges. UW-Madison students and alumni are welcomed to attend! List of employers Attending (Updated Daily): https://bus-wisc-csm.symplicity.com/events/705dac88c8a9b5e989a4744c66ac6a4a/employers The Kohl Center. 4-8 p.m. Information: 262-3921, careers@ls.wisc.edu
 
September 20 - Master of Science-Occupational Therapy Program Group Advising Session | MS-OT Group Advising Session
Group Advising Sessions offer prospective OT students an opportunity to learn about the admission requirements, application procedures, and curriculum of the MS-OT Program at UW-Madison. Prospective applicants are also provided with information and resources in regard to composing a strong application for graduate study. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet a current MS-OT Student, as well as the OT Program Admissions Coordinator. 3130 Medical Sciences Center. Noon-1 p.m. Cost: Free. Information: otadmissions@education.wisc.edu
 
September 20 - Engineering Career Fair
Career fair targeting UW-Madison students and alumni in the STEM fields. Sonata Room, Gordon Dining and Event Center. 1-7 p.m. Cost: No fee for UW-Madison students and alumni. Information: 262-3471, ecs@engr.wisc.edu
 
September 21 - Careers in Retail | Pick Your Passion
No matter your passion or major at UW-Madison, there is a career for you in retail! Did you know that retail supports 1 in 4 American jobs and over $25 trillion in global revenue?* The retailing industry allows you to pick your passion and pursue an exciting career path, filled with endless opportunities. In this workshop, join the Center for Retailing & Kohl's Department Stores to explore resources that will help you understand different retail career paths and find out which are best for you. 114 Ingraham Hall. 1-2 p.m. Information: 265-4497, cec@ccas.wisc.edu
 
September 26 - Job Search Support Group | For unemployed professionals in the community
Find support with this free counselor-facilitated group designed to provide unemployed and underemployed professionals with resources, new ideas and a place to meet others looking for employment. The group is facilitated by counselors from UW-Madison's Adult Career and Special Student Services office, Division of Continuing Studies. Call 263-6960 to confirm session. Varies, look for signs, 21 N. Park St.. 10 a.m.-noon Cost: No fee. Information: 263-6960, advising@dcs.wisc.edu
 
September 26 - Intern Abroad! | General International Internship Info Session
Come hear about upcoming international internship opportunities and logistics! An advisor from International Internship Program will give a brief presentation and answer your questions afterwards. 336 Ingraham Hall. 4:30-5:30 p.m. Cost: free. Information: 261-1018, jedele@international.wisc.edu
 
September 27 - Writing Center Workshop | Writing Application Essays and Statements of Purpose for Graduate School
For those applying to masters and doctoral programs in the sciences, social sciences, humanities, or the arts, we’ll explore principles for writing convincing application essays, share tips for highlighting your undergraduate work, and inspire you to make the most of this opportunity to shine. Sign up online. 6176 Helen C. White Hall. 4-5:30 p.m. Cost: Free. Information: 263-1992, classes@writing.wisc.edu
 
September 29 - Choosing A Major
This workshop provides suggestions for beginning the process of choosing a major, and helps answer the questions: What is a major? Why do I need one? Once I choose a major, then what? This workshop is geared toward freshmen who are completely undecided. 114 Ingraham Hall. Noon-1 p.m. Information: 265-4497, cec@ccas.wisc.edu
 
October 03 - Job Search Support Group | For unemployed professionals in the community
Find support with this free counselor-facilitated group designed to provide unemployed and underemployed professionals with resources, new ideas and a place to meet others looking for employment. The group is facilitated by counselors from UW-Madison's Adult Career and Special Student Services office, Division of Continuing Studies. Call 263-6960 to confirm session. Varies, look for signs, 21 N. Park St.. 10 a.m.-noon Cost: No fee. Information: 263-6960, advising@dcs.wisc.edu
 
October 03 - Navigating Biosciences at UW Madison | Making the most of your campus resources
Did you know there are over 30 bioscience majors at UW-Madison? It can be overwhelming to figure out where to go on campus to learn more about majors, careers, and research opportunities in the life sciences. This session will provide an overview of the variety of biological science majors at UW as well as resources to help you explore and pursue your interests. We will also cover FAQs related to course selection, major declaration, pre-health preparation, and research opportunities. 114 Ingraham Hall. 3-4 p.m. Information: 265-4497, cec@ccas.wisc.edu
 
October 05 - Choosing A Major
This workshop provides suggestions for beginning the process of choosing a major, and helps answer the questions: What is a major? Why do I need one? Once I choose a major, then what? This workshop is geared toward freshmen who are completely undecided. 114 Ingraham Hall. Noon-1 p.m. Information: 265-4497, cec@ccas.wisc.edu
 
October 10 - Job Search Support Group | For unemployed professionals in the community
Find support with this free counselor-facilitated group designed to provide unemployed and underemployed professionals with resources, new ideas and a place to meet others looking for employment. The group is facilitated by counselors from UW-Madison's Adult Career and Special Student Services office, Division of Continuing Studies. Call 263-6960 to confirm session. Varies, look for signs, 21 N. Park St.. 10 a.m.-noon Cost: No fee. Information: 263-6960, advising@dcs.wisc.edu
 
October 11 - Master of Science-Occupational Therapy Program Group Advising Session | MS-OT Group Advising Session
Group Advising Sessions offer prospective OT students an opportunity to learn about the admission requirements, application procedures, and curriculum of the MS-OT Program at UW-Madison. Prospective applicants are also provided with information and resources in regard to composing a strong application for graduate study. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet a current MS-OT Student, as well as the OT Program Admissions Coordinator. 3130 Medical Sciences Center. Noon-1 p.m. Cost: Free. Information: otadmissions@education.wisc.edu
 
October 11 - Making the Most of Your Language Study
If you love studying languages, this workshop is for you! Come and learn about the many opportunities on campus and in the community to build on your language skills and international interests. This workshop is geared toward freshman and sophomores. 114 Ingraham Hall. 4-5 p.m. Information: 265-4497, cec@cas.wisc.edu
 
October 12 - Employer Mock Interview - Breaking into Business
Students! Sign Up Via BuckyNet: Log on to BuckyNet > Under Shortcuts, click on Campus Interviews I Qualify For > Find Breaking into Business -Employer Mock Interview Day (Deadline to register is Oct. 5) If you do not have a BuckyNet Account, Register with the link below. http://careers.ls.wisc.edu/buckynet--students.htm 711 State Street, 3rd Floor, Above the University Bookstore. 9:10 a.m. Information: 262-3921, careers@ls.wisc.edu
 
October 12 - Environment & Sustainability | Majors & Careers that Make a Difference
Learn more about careers, majors, and courses in the areas of environment and sustainability that will help you impact your local and global communities. This session will help you effectively explore your options, connect with advisors, and access relevant academic advising for spring semester. 114 Ingraham Hall. 3-4 p.m. Information: 265-4497, cec@ccas.wisc.edu
 
October 13 - Choosing A Major
This workshop provides suggestions for beginning the process of choosing a major, and helps answer the questions: What is a major? Why do I need one? Once I choose a major, then what? This workshop is geared toward freshmen who are completely undecided. 114 Ingraham Hall. 1-2 p.m. Information: 265-4497, cec@ccas.wisc.edu
 
October 17 - Job Search Support Group | For unemployed professionals in the community
Find support with this free counselor-facilitated group designed to provide unemployed and underemployed professionals with resources, new ideas and a place to meet others looking for employment. The group is facilitated by counselors from UW-Madison's Adult Career and Special Student Services office, Division of Continuing Studies. Call 263-6960 to confirm session. Varies, look for signs, 21 N. Park St.. 10 a.m.-noon Cost: No fee. Information: 263-6960, advising@dcs.wisc.edu
 
October 17 - Exploring Careers in Writing
This workshop is an opportunity to learn more about writing-related careers, and what one actually does in the day-to-day workings of various writing jobs. Come see examples of internships and careers that have been held by students in our English department, and get hands-on experience of the tasks and skills they employ on a daily basis. You will also learn about the advising and career resources available to English majors. 114 Ingraham Hall. 3-4 p.m. Information: 265-4497, cec@ccas.wisc.edu
 
October 18 - Energetic About the Environment | Careers in Clean Energy
Energy touches all aspects of our lives, and transitioning to more sustainable methods of generating and consuming energy will be one of the major challenges of our generation. For this transition to take place, we will need talented young leaders from all backgrounds to work together for a better future. This workshop will highlight emerging career opportunities in the clean energy economy for a wide range of disciplines across campus. 114 Ingraham Hall. 3-4 p.m. Information: 265-4497, cec@ccas.wisc.edu
 
October 19 - Employer Mock Interview - Tech & Data
Students! Sign Up Via BuckyNet: Log on to BuckyNet > Under Shortcuts, click on Campus Interviews I Qualify For > Find Tech/Data Employer Mock Interview Day (Deadline to register is Oct. 10) If you do not have a BuckyNet Account, Register with the link below. http://careers.ls.wisc.edu/buckynet--students.htm 711 State Street, 3rd Floor, Above the University Bookstore. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Information: 262-3921, careers@ls.wisc.edu
 
October 19 - Choosing A Major
This workshop provides suggestions for beginning the process of choosing a major, and helps answer the questions: What is a major? Why do I need one? Once I choose a major, then what? This workshop is geared toward freshmen who are completely undecided. 114 Ingraham Hall. 1-2 p.m. Information: 265-4497, cec@ccas.wisc.edu
 
October 24 - Job Search Support Group | For unemployed professionals in the community
Find support with this free counselor-facilitated group designed to provide unemployed and underemployed professionals with resources, new ideas and a place to meet others looking for employment. The group is facilitated by counselors from UW-Madison's Adult Career and Special Student Services office, Division of Continuing Studies. Call 263-6960 to confirm session. Varies, look for signs, 21 N. Park St.. 10 a.m.-noon Cost: No fee. Information: 263-6960, advising@dcs.wisc.edu
 
October 24 - Writing Center Workshop | Writing Application Essays and Statements of Purpose for Graduate School
For those applying to masters and doctoral programs in the sciences, social sciences, humanities, or the arts, we’ll explore principles for writing convincing application essays, share tips for highlighting your undergraduate work, and inspire you to make the most of this opportunity to shine. Sign up online. 6176 Helen C. White Hall. 3:30-5 p.m. Cost: Free. Information: 263-1992, classes@writing.wisc.edu
 
October 26 - Employer Mock Interview - Science & Research
Students! Sign Up Via BuckyNet: Log on to BuckyNet > Under Shortcuts, click on Campus Interviews I Qualify For > Find Science Product Development & Research -Employer Mock Interview Day (Deadline to register is Oct. 18) If you do not have a BuckyNet Account, Register with the link below. http://careers.ls.wisc.edu/buckynet--students.htm 711 State Street, 3rd Floor, Above the University Bookstore. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Information: 262-3921, careers@ls.wisc.edu
 

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