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Career Advising

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Take the first step toward your ideal job.

Finding career success can be difficult and overwhelming. With Career Services it doesn't have to be. We have search tools and resources so you can find the ideal career for you. We're here to help.

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Schedule an Appointment

Call or stop by the Career Services office during normal business hours to schedule a virtual or in-person career advising appointment. We will find the best available time for your schedule.

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.

Take a self-assessment

For Alumni

We want our alumni to find 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 Services offers a variety of workshops, programs and job fair events that are available to UW-Green Bay graduates.

Alumni Career Advising

Drop-in Hours

Drop-in hours are offered virtually and in-person during the semester. Drop-in appointments are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis and may be limited to 15 minutes in length. A follow-up appointment may be necessary depending on the extent of questions.

Drop-in Hours will resume in Fall 2022

Day Time
Monday 12:30-2:30 p.m.
Tuesday 1-3 p.m.
Wednesday 9-11 a.m.

Virtual Drop-in Options

You can participate in drop-in hours virtually. Just call the office to let us know how you would like to be connected to a staff member. This can be by phone call or Teams video chat.

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 maintained by the state and federal government, major publications and career-specific guides just for students like you.

Research Careers

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 our one-credit course.

Career Planning (PSYCH 225)

Career Planning (PSYCH 225) provides students with the knowledge and resources to make informed decisions about their future careers. Class sessions and assignments focus on:

  • Self-assessment
  • Learning and applying career development theories
  • Exploring major and career options
  • Establishing goals for career and life planning
About the Class

We're Here To Help

There's no one-size-fits-all solution to planning your future. If you're feeling lost, just call, email or stop by for a drop-in session.

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