Recruiting Policies & Services
Career Services at UW-Green Bay provides employers with recruitment services which include (but are not limited to):
Career Services provides recruitment services to employers and individuals who abide by employer standards of ethical conduct established by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
Ethical Practice Principles - NACE
Job & Internship Fair Policies
To participate in a job & internship fair, an organization must be seeking candidates for:
- Full-time professional positions (which require a Bachelor's degree)
- Career-related internships
If you have questions about these criteria, please contact Karla Miller at (920) 465-2163 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Career Services reserves the right to limit the number of organizations and industries attending the fair based upon the majors and career interests of our students.
Employers with Entrepreneurial Opportunities
Employers and individuals offering employment or entrepreneurial opportunities with compensation packages requiring partial commission or requiring prospective employees to purchase products or services contingent upon their employment may post their opportunities in Handshake.
Post opportunities in Handshake
If compensation is based exclusively on commission or fees/percentage of sales from others under their sponsorship in the organization (pyramid or multi-level networking structures), these organizations are not able to participate in recruitment activities through Career Services.
Career Services will provide recruitment services to organizations that provide recruiting/staffing services only if they do not charge a fee to students. Recruiting/staffing services must also, when requested, permit Career Services to request and verify information on the specific employer(s) represented and/or the specific job(s) being advertised. Career Services reserves the right to decline a position if it has an ongoing relationship with the employer being represented by the recruitment/staffing service, and/or if Career Services has questions about the legitimacy of the job listing or the represented employer. These organizations will only be allowed to attend the job & internship fair events if they are hiring a full-time professional position or career-related internship specifically for their organization.
Policy Regarding Posters/Flyers
UW-Green Bay does not allow outside organizations or job agencies to post flyers around campus; Public Safety will remove any unauthorized flyers around campus. If you have a poster/flyer that you would like us to post in Career Services, you may forward one to our attention.
Services & Fees for Employers
Job & Internship Postings
At UW-Green Bay, all job and internship openings are managed in Handshake, our online recruitment system. There is no cost for employers to use Handshake. Once an organization has an apprvoed account, they will be able to post their listings in the system.
See Handshake for Employers
On-campus recruiting provides you the opportunity to interview potential candidates at UW-Green Bay. These interviews are scheduled and managed through Handshake. This system allows you to review resumes submitted to you by candidates and view your interview schedule.
About On-Campus Interviews
Information Tables & Information Sessions
These options are a direct and immediate way to inform students about your organization, current career opportunities and application procedures as well as a way to informally meet prospective candidates. Career Services coordinates arrangements and publicity for these sessions at no cost. If you would like to provide refreshments for your session, we will provide you with contact information for University Catering. Contact our office directly at (920) 465.2163 to set up an information table/session. (Limited to twice each academic semester.)
Hiring an intern from UW-Green Bay is a "win-win" experience for both the employer and the student. It is an opportunity for you to gain assistance with special projects and day-to-day operations, while the student gains real world experience. The Career Services staff serves as liaisons to direct you to faculty contacts to coordinate internships as well as post the positions through Handshake, our online recruitment system.
See our Internship Employers Guide
Job & Internship Fairs
These fairs, held in the Fall (late September/early October) and Spring (late February/early March) allow your organization to network with potential candidates, students and recent alumni, at a variety of academic levels. The focus of these events is to recruit for full-time/professional positions and career-related internships. The registration fee covers the cost of a display area (including a table and 2 chairs) and all related event advertising. Due to space limitations, we are not able to offer registration to employers who are seeking part-time/seasonal employees or entrepreneurial (home-based business) opportunities.
See Job & Internship Fair Events
Graduate & Professional School Visits
If you wish to arrange a visit to the UW-Green Bay campus, please contact Steven Newton at (920) 465-2163 or email@example.com.
Teacher Recruitment Fairs
UW-Green Bay works cooperatively with the twelve other UW System schools to co-sponsor the Wisconsin Educational Recruitment Fair (WERF) held in Wisconsin. View our Job & Internship Fairs page for more details.
See Job & Internship Fair Events
The UW-Green Bay Office of Institutional Strategy and Effectiveness provides accurate and timely information about our students and our institution. The link below provides information on student demographics, enrollment by major and minor, profile of new students and enrollment history. Please contact Career Services specifically if you have a unique question about our students at UW-Green Bay.
UW-Green Bay Factbook
Visiting UW-Green Bay
Here are links to help you find our campus, office and other Green Bay area facilities and attractions: