University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
Career Services
SKILLS & CONNECTIONS- Workshops, Job Fairs and Webinars

Career Services offers a variety of workshops and programs to assist you in gaining skills to navigate your way through today's job market as well as to connect you with employers and organizations outside of the University.  

View our Calendar of Workshops, Fair and Events
 with Dates, Times & Locations

Program Descriptions:

Creating a Resume 101
Learn how to develop a resume that effectively markets you to employers. During this session, we will also address the basics of writing a cover letter. View date, time & location.

Dine Like a Professional Etiquette Lunch
This is an opportunity for currently enrolled students to develop new skills in a fun learning environment.   This event is FREE for UW-Green Bay students.  Pre-registration is required.  Space is limited.  Click here for more details and instructions how to register

Internships for Accounting Students
If you are an accounting student, you need to understand the benefits of completing an internship AND you need to learn how to explore and apply for internships. The internship coordinator for Accounting and Business along with a representative from Career Services will discuss specifics. An employer panel will will also discuss the benefits of internships and provide information about their programs. Details of the full-time accounting internship for students will be explored as well. View date, time & location.

Internships for Business Students
If you are a business student, you need to understand the benefits of completing an internship AND learn how to explore and apply for internships. The internship coordinator for Business along with a representative from Career Services will discuss specifics. An employer panel will also discuss the benefits of internships and provide information about their programs. View date, time & location.

Interviewing Basics - Make a Great Impression
Learn how to put your best foot forward when interviewing for a job or internship.  Topics include how to prepare for an interview and how to effectively answer questions. View date, time & location.

Job & Internship Fairs
Held once each semester, the Job & Internship Fair is an excellent opportunity to network with employers and professionals. At the fair, learn about career opportunities within various organizations and career fields. Whether you are a senior networking for employment, a junior seeking an internship, or a freshman/sophomore making career decisions -- all students and majors are welcome!  View a list of employers registered to attend the Spring Job & Internship Fair on March 4, 2015.

LinkedIn - The Basics to Get Started
What is LinkedIn? How can I use LinkedIn to help me with my job search? How do I create a professional profile? Learn about this social media networking tool and how it can help you begin your professional career. Specifics to be discussed include LinkedIn groups, endorsements, recommendations and how to connect with alumni! View date, time & location.

LinkedIn Photo Booth
A professional photo is essential to make a great first impression on your LinkedIn profile. Stop by the LinkedIn photo booth to have a professional headshot taken. Wear a professional quality shirt/blouse for your portrait. Your photo will be emailed to you from Career Services. View date, time & location

Majors Fair
The Majors Fair is intended to help students solidify a decision about their major, build bridges between academic majors and possible careers, and help students transition from general advising to department-based faculty advisors.  Faculty representatives from all of the major programs of study will be available in one place to provide students with information and answer questions about the learning opportunities and career possibilities specific to the academic programs.View date, time & location.

Mock Interview Day
Interview skills are critical for today’s job seeker, so candidates need to learn how to effectively convey their strengths and qualifications to a prospective employer.  Mock Interview Day will bring a variety of professionals to UW-Green Bay to help our students enhance their interview skills.  View information about the Fall 2014 Mock Interview Day.

Sophomore Success Day - Thurs., October 23
Feeling stressed about deciding on a major and choosing a career path?  Offered once each semester prior to Registration, the staff in Academic Advising and Career Services team up to help students avoid the “Sophomore Slump."  No appointments are necessary that day. Students can stop in to ask questions anytime between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. and an appropriate adviser will assist them. 

The Basics of Applying to Graduate School
Learn techniques and procedures for researching graduate programs and applying for admission to programs. Understand the differences in required testing and other application requirements. View date, time & location.

UW-System Grad School Virtual Fair

Additional Job Fairs

 

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