Find a Career Services Office

Career Services offices and career advisors support students in discovering what success looks like after college and how to achieve it. Each school or college at UW–Madison has a career services office to support their students and employers. There are also several career services offices available to meet with any student looking to explore their academic and career goals.

Search for: School or College Career Services Offices | Career Services Offices Available to All Students | Graduate School & Special Populations Career Services Offices

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What can a career advisor help me with?

Career advisors at UW–Madison are available to partner with and support students through your career development journey and can be available to meet with you through one-on-one appointments, drop-in advising sessions, group advising sessions, and other events. 

They can help students answer the questions: What do I want to become? Where am I going? And how do I get there?

Students may meet with a career advisor to: 

  • Explore career and major options
  • Discuss values, skills, and interests
  • Receive help with resumes and cover letters
  • Search for jobs and internships
  • Connect with alumni and employers
  • Prepare and practice for interviews 
  • Get assistance applying to graduate school
  • Gain advice on negotiating offers

How do I find a career advisor to meet with?

Have you already decided on a major? Great! Find the career services office with your school or college below. Each school or college has a dedicated career services office that offers a variety of ways to engage, from one-on-one appointments to group events. School or college career centers provide expertise on careers in their specific fields and connections with employers in those industries.

There are career services offices available to meet with any student looking to explore their academic and career goals. These offices include the: Career Exploration Center, Center for Pre-Health Advising, Center for Pre-Law Advising, and International Internships .

What else do campus career services offices offer?

Career services offices may also offer:

  • Career-related courses
  • Online career resources
  • Career workshops and events
  • Events to connect with employers and alumni
  • Career and internship fairs
  • Research opportunities
Students meets with career advisor

School or College Career Services Offices

Each school or college at the University of WisconsinMadison has a dedicated career services office which provides career services for students, including career advising and workshops, job postings, career fairs, on-campus interviews, and more.

Career Services Offices Available to All Students

These career services office are available to meet with any student looking to explore their academic and career goals.

Graduate School & Special Populations Career Services Offices