Career and Job Search Information
Major/s and Career Paths Semester Programs
Do you want
to learn more about what you can do with a major after
you graduate? Come to one of these free Exploring Major/s and Career
Paths workshops offered by UWSP Career Services! Youll learn about
Wisconsin Careers, Career Visions, Web Resources, Career Assessments,
and what the Career Services Office has to offer students of all
UWSP Annual Reports
Follow-up studies on past UWSP graduates identifying jobs and
employers to consider in relation to majors.
Margaret Riley's Guide
One of the best resources site on the Internet related to job search
Excellent resources for researching what to do with a major, looking
specific career information, and learning about available career
WWW Virtual Library
Great backdoor option in finding job sources and finding
JobWeb offers career and job-search advice for new college
graduates, and is the online complement to the Job Choices
This is one of the larger sites, and most interesting, listing
finding related resources.
Learning How to Use Search Engines
Job Search Resources
UWSP has many resources on the Internet related to majors and
This page is an alphabetic listing of UWSP Web home pages by the name
alternative names of departments, services, or units.
WISCareers Internet Career Resource
(http://wiscareers.education.wisc.edu) is a free
Internet Career Exploration Resource. If you initially login from a
campus networked computer you will be register automatically without a
code. For login in off campus, a "code" is available by contacting or
stopping in the Career Services Office.
The WISCareers Program includes:
700+ Occupations: You will find occupations
to match your interests, skills, values, or budget from a database of
over 700 occupations. You will also find salary information,
outlook, and education path for the occupations you find most
Graduate Schools and 4000+ Post-secondary
You may conduct a college/vocational training school search to match
your interests and needs from a database of educational institutions
nationwide. School information is directly linked to college home
pages, campus maps, and online college applications!
You can build a budget based on your individual needs
financial resources. In addition, WISCareers includes several
resources to help you apply for financial aid.
Job Seeking Tools: Tools are
to help you create a resume and career portfolio as well as access
information about Wisconsin employers and their current job
Use on any Internet-ready computer:
personal passwords and the ability to save information, you can
return to your information at anytime in the future to review and
compare your findings.