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
"Tell me about a time when you..." Behavior based
interview questions are common within the job search process.
Join our guest speaker, Stacy Butter from Schneider National as
she takes our audience through ways to effectively manage
behavior based interviews. View date, time & location.
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.
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more details and instructions how to
and Professional School Fair
Held in the Fall, this fair is co-sponsored
by St. Norbert College and Lawrence University and is open to students
throughout Northeastern Wisconsin. For more information view the above website. Click HERE to view the SNC Campus
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 5, 2014.
- The Basics to Get Started
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
View date, time & location.
LinkedIn Photo Booth
Say "Cheese!" Stop by the LinkedIn photo booth and have a
professional headshot taken for your LinkedIn profile. It is
recommended that you have a professional quality shirt/blouse
for this. View calendar for dates, times
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
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.
information about the Spring 2014 Mock Interview Day.
Success Employer Panel
Do you have questions about the job search, how best to
connect with employers or what to expect in a professional
position? A panel of
employers will be available to answer questions about
interviewing, job fair etiquette, the job search, and more!
Career Services staff
members will be available for questions before and after the
event. Take this opportunity to prepare yourself for the Job and
Internship Fair, Mock Interview Day and Dine Like a Professional
Etiquette Lunch. View date, time &
Sophomore Success Day
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. Date to be
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.
Wisconsin Educational Recruitment Fair (WERF)
Held each spring, WERF provides an opportunity for certified teachers and support services staff to meet with school districts from throughout the U.S. Go to http://services.education.wisc.edu/werf/ for more information.
1 Job Fair - Southeastern Wisconsin Teacher Recruitment Fair
Check the CESA website for more information and instructions how to register. Hosted by the Cooperative Educational Service Agency.
American Association for Employment in Education
View education job fairs throughout the United States.
to view job fairs sponsored by colleges within
the WI-ACE (Wisconsin Association of Colleges and Employers)
Job Center of Wisconsin Job Fairs are specifically targeted for employers and job seekers in the immediate
- The Wisconsin Broadcasters Association
Talk with working
broadcasters about their jobs and the industry, and meet
with Radio and TV station representatives from around the
state of Wisconsin
Women For Hire
Network face-to-face with recruiters from top employers at these
nationwide expos. A great opportunity for professional women in all
fields including accounting, finance, government, hospitality, human
resources, insurance, law enforcement, retail management, sales,
technology and more.