University of Wisconsin-Madison Career Services Council
The University of Wisconsin-Madison operates their career services in a decentralized manner. Each school or college has their own career center to serve their student populations through comprehensive career services. The University of Wisconsin-Madison Career Services Council was created to promote collaboration across campus.
To provide exceptional coordination of campus career services in our decentralized environment.
In support of our student, alumni, and employer constituents, we:
We incorporate UW-Madison’s guiding principles into our everyday work and also hold the following as foundational to our work:
The Career Services Council has rotating leadership, and is currently chaired by Jonathon Ferguson, Career Exploration Center.
The Career Services Council has multiple committees that meet regularly to facilitate cross-campus collaborations on specific issues. The Career Services Executive Council consists of career services leaders across campus who advise and support the committees.
The Career Services Council offers a listserv to share career services information with UW-Madison staff across campus. For questions and to join the listserv (firstname.lastname@example.org), please contact Jonathon Ferguson.