The Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) Career Panel will be held on Monday, April 29, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. in World Unity B (behind the Phoenix Club in the University Union). Are you interested in other cultures? Have you ever considered Teaching English as a Second Language? Would you like to teach English […]
The UW System recently announced the launch of its Career Connect website that connects Wisconsin employers with students for internships, job shadowing, and potential careers. Career Connect was created in-house to help students get experience in their chosen field, while employers have the opportunity to capitalize on the talent at UW institutions. “This is a […]
UWGB Social Media specialist Jena Richter asks that members of the campus community help her spotlight May graduates who have jobs lined up after graduation. If you are aware of, or are a student with post-grad employment already secured, please contact Richter with those students’ names. Students will be contacted and (if they are willing) […]
Brandon Schlotthauer, a strength and conditioning coach with Phoenix Athletics and an associate lecturer with Human Biology, encourages members of the UW-Green Bay community to share the following opportunity with interested students: Representatives of Prevea Sports Medicine will host “Careers in Sports Medicine” from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday (April 30) in the Special Events […]
A Sunday (May 13) Press-Gazette business story offered some good news for new grads, reporting they have better job prospects this year than in any since the recession began. Career Services officials here, at NWTC and St. Norbert say hiring has increased during the last year, and that generally, certain occupations or sectors are showing […]
The Humanistic Studies academic unit is sponsoring a career information session this Thursday from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in MAC 120. The session is titled “The Humanities and the Professions.” Professionals currently employed in humanities fields will be present to talk about their careers and answer questions about internships at their businesses and organizations.
It’s trepidation time for many soon-to-be graduates. As they face the end of a collegiate career and an uncertain job market many came to Wednesday’s (March 3) job fair hoping to talk with potential employers. In that vein, WBAY-TV’s Jeff Alexander offered two stories about the job fair and tips for job seekers. Here’s a […]
The annual Job and Internship Fair will be held Wednesday (Oct. 7) from 9:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the Phoenix Room at the University Union. Representatives of the Peace Corps will be at the fair. They will remain on campus and be available in the Wequiock Room from 6 to 8 p.m. For more […]