SuccessWorks is a center for personal and professional development, just for College of Letters & Science students.

You don’t need to plan your next twenty years. Let’s start with whatever comes next for you. We’ll connect you with the advisors, alumni mentors and employers who can help you explore your interests, try out different occupations and the land the job or internship of your dreams. If you’re looking for more on who we are and what we do, visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page!

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*Drop-In Advising will begin on September 3, 2019 between Monday – Thursday: 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm, Friday: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Learn More About How SuccessWorks Changes Lives

Executive Director

Internships & Employer Services

Angie White

Director of Internships & Employer Services


Duane Cooper

Director of Employer Development



Nate Doolin

Recruiting & Events Coordinator


Career Advising & Communities

Andrea Lowe

Director of Career Advising & Communities


Marie Koko

Career & Internship Specialist: Government, Policy, International Affairs, Law, Nonprofit Management & Education


Maureen Muldoon

Career & Internship Specialist: Healthcare & Human Services, Environment, Natural Resources & Wildlife, Scientific Research & Development


Amy Yang

Career and Internship Specialist: Technology, Data and Analytics


Derek Zimmerman

Career and Internship Specialist: L&S Business & Entrepreneurship


Jorge Zuniga

Career & Internship Specialist: Communications, Entertainment, & The Arts


Erin Pankow

Graduate Student Intern

Strategic Initiatives & Operations

Shannon Casey

Director of Strategic Initiatives & Operations


Elena Guzmán

Administrative Coordinator


Janine Yeh

Customer Service Coordinator


Michael Kruse

Alumni Relations Coordinator


Marketing & Communications

Nathan Barker

Director of Marketing & Communications


Brandon Spoon

Associate Director of Marketing & Communications


Our Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion

The College of Letters & Science endeavors to make academic excellence inclusive by sustaining a community of free inquiry in which people of diverse race, ethnicity, cultures, veteran status, marital status, socio-economic level, national origin, religious belief, physical ability, sexual orientation, age, class, political ideology and lifestyle participate in, contribute to and benefit equally from a liberal arts education based on the Wisconsin Idea — one in which we all contribute to advancing society.

Learn more about our commitment to diversity & inclusion.