Preparing to succeed through the discovery of an individual's career/major interest and preparing for life after the cheering stops.
Major Fair/Advisor Night
An event which connects student-athletes with campus advisors and provides opportunities for student-athletes to learn about various UW majors.
Student Athlete Career Night
An annual career event and networking dinner offering student-athletes the opportunity to meet one-on-one with employers interested in recruiting student-athletes for internships and job openings. Representatives from various graduate and professional schools are also in attendance to share information regarding post-graduate educational opportunities.
Counseling Psychology 110- Career Strategies (required for students to take in their third or fourth year)
A 1 credit course offered both fall and spring semesters with an emphasis on career strategies and athletics. Students are taught career development skills such as networking, resume writing and interviewing and students develop an action plan to implement these skills.
One-On-One Career Counseling
Individual assistance with resume writing, graduate school applications, internship & and job search strategies is offered.
Campus Career Services
Career service offices offer assistance with resume writing, preparing for a job interview, searching for a job, etc. Each school or college houses career service offices within each of its departments. Workshops and personality assessments are offered through the career service offices. Check with your school or college for referral to any career-planning service available to you. To locate your campus career center visit: http://csportal.engr.wisc.edu/students/cscenters.php. Additionally, your campus career services center can connect you to BuckyNet, an on-campus recruiting and job posting website. Through BuckyNet you can create a profile, upload a resume, sign-up for on-campus interviews and apply for internships and full-time positions posted by employers.