As students and recent grads face the challenges of the COVID economy, the network of 200,000+ College of Letters & Science alumni has the power to guide student success and open doors to career opportunities.
Post Positions & Hire Badgers
Know of a job opening, internship or Micro-Internship opportunity? Post the position and hire Badgers! Or, share these options with your HR team and your network.
These short-term paid projects typically cover 5 to 40 hours per week. Many can even be completed remotely. Create a profile on UW-Madison’s Micro-Internship page to work directly with current students and show your employer what makes Badgers fantastic members of of the team. Get started.
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
If your company is hiring for full-time jobs and traditional internships, we can help you hire Badgers. Post full-time jobs and traditional internships on Handshake, where over 20,000 UW-Madison students of all majors & academic levels search and apply for positions. Start posting.
More Ways to Support Students
Introduce SuccessWorks to influential alumni, friends and decision makers in your network to help us connect students to great opportunities.
Have expert advice to help us serve L&S students in the best ways possible? Your guidance will keep us on the mark and up to date.
Share your knowledge directly with students, guiding their career development and offering feedback as they take their next steps.
Your stories of career success (and challenges!) are inspiring to students. We’ll help you share on various media, including social and the web.
Let's Work Together
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"If an undergrad calls you and asks you for an informational interview, or seeks you as a mentor…please step up and become involved. It’s our way to give back to this university that has meant so much to all of us."Joe Coffey (BA '83, Economics). VP of US Sales, Core Histology and Leica Biosystems
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