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Letters and Science Career Services
Location:1305 Linden Drive, Suite 205 compass icon Map Location
Madison, WI
Main Phone:608-262-3921
Staff: Andrea Lowe, Assistant Director of Career Advising
Angie White, Assistant Director of Employer Relations (Main employer contact)
Greg Iaccarino, Experiential Education Coordinator
John Mleziva, Internship Coordinator
Chris East, Communications and Assessment Coordinator
Shaylea Stensven, Career Consultant/Student Assistants Coordinator
Marie Koko, Career Consultant and Government Employment Specialist
Maureen Muldoon, Career Consultant
Molly Krochalk, Career Consultant
General Contact for Students (Main student contact)
Services Offered:

Career Advising

Job/Internships Postings

On-Campus Interviews

Career Fair

Alumni Services (For one year after graduation)

Majors/Programs Served:African Languages and Literature; Afro-American Studies; Anthropology; Applied Math, Engineering, and Physics; Art History; Asian Studies; Astronomy-Physics; Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences; Biochemistry; Biological Aspects of Conservation; Biology; Biophysics; Botany; Cartography & Geographic Information Systems; Certificate in African Studies; Certificate in American Indian Studies; Certificate in Archaeology; Certificate in Asian American Studies; Certificate in Celtic Studies; Certificate in Chicano/a & Latina/o Studies; Certificate in Classical Studies; Certificate in Computer Sciences; Certificate in Criminal Justice; Certificate in East Asian Studies; Certificate in European Studies; Certificate in Folklore; Certificate in German; Certificate in Global Cultures; Certificate in Integrated Liberal Studies; Certificate in Integrated Studies in Science, Engineering and Society; Certificate in Jewish Studies; Certificate in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies; Certificate in Material Culture Studies; Certificate in Mathematics; Certificate in Medieval Studies; Certificate in Middle East Studies; Certificate in Music, Artist; Certificate in Physics; Certificate in Religious Studies; Certificate in Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies; Certificate in South Asian Studies; Certificate in Southeast Asian Studies; Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages; Certificate in Women's Studies; Certificate of Specialist in Gerontology; Chemistry; Chinese; Classical Humanities; Classics; Communication Arts; Communicative Disorders; Comparative Literature; Computer Sciences; Concentration in African Studies; Economics; English; French; Gender & Women's Studies; Geography; Geology & Geophysics; German; Hebrew; History; History of Science, Medicine and Technology; International Studies; Italian; Japanese; Jewish Studies; Journalism; Languages & Cultures of Asia; Latin; Latin American, Caribbean, & Iberian Studies; Legal Studies; Library & Information Studies; Limnology and Marine Science; Linguistics; Mathematics; Medical Microbiology and Immunology; Medical Science; Microbiology; Molecular Biology; Music; Music: Performance; Philosophy; Physics; Polish; Political Science; Portuguese; Psychology; Public Affairs; Religious Studies; Russian; Scandinavian Studies; Slavic Languages & Literatures; Social Welfare; Social Work; Sociology; Southeast Asian Studies; Spanish; Statistics; Theatre and Drama; Urban and Regional Planning; Zoology;

The Letters and Science Career Services (LSCS) office serves undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Letters and Science as well as alumni one year post graduation.

LSCS strives to educate and encourage students to continuously reflect on their academic and life experiences, value the depth and breadth of their education, and imagine and create a path to their future.

L&S career counselors and peer advisors assist students with self-assessment, career exploration and career decision making. LSCS also assists students with making decisions about how graduate school fits in with their career path. Students can meet with advisors in individual appointments and drop-in hours.

LSCS staff helps students with resume and cover letter writing, interviewing and implementing an effective internship/job search. LSCS offers targeted career fairs, workshops and other career-related events. Students can register for BuckyNet and sign up for on campus interviews, scan job postings and upload a resume. Check out the LSCS website for the many program and events that help students connect with employers and alumni for networking.

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