Take the first step toward your ideal job.
Finding career success can be difficult and overwhelming. With Career Planning & Professional Connections it doesn't have to be. We have tools and resources so you can find a great career path for you. We're here to help.
For Current Students
We're here to assist you with choosing a major and career, developing professional skills, and applying for jobs and graduate school programs. Start with Focus 2 Career, a self-guided career assessment, and then meet with a career advisor.
We want our alumni to have successful careers, too. Recent graduates can get career advising, but fees may apply. Any UW-Green Bay graduate can sign up for a free Handshake account. Career Planning & Professional Connections offers a variety of workshops, programs and job fair events that are available to UW-Green Bay graduates.
Self-Serve Occupational Research Tools
Maybe you're a self-starter. If so, your future employers are going to really like that about you. If you're ready to take the initiative to do some occupational research on your own, we put together a library of resources just for you. It includes online databases, major publications, and career-specific guides just for students like you.
Career Planning Class
Deciding your future is hard. It might help to do it within the structure of a class. Grow your career and life-planning skills with a one-credit course.
The Career Planning (PSYCH 225) course provides students with the knowledge and resources to make informed decisions about their future careers. Class sessions and assignments focus on:
- Learning and applying career development theories
- Exploring major and career options
- Establishing goals for career and life planning