Bo Kitelinger has been a role model as a nontraditional student and veteran while studying nursing at UWM. Kitelinger has accepted a position after graduation with the Veterans Administration in Charleston, South Carolina. (UWM Photo/Chris Baylor)
Addison Coy, graduating with a master's degree in criminal justice and criminology, has been passionate about LGBTQ+ issues within the criminal justice system. Coy has been hired by JusticePoint, a nonprofit social justice organization working with people on deferred prosecution agreements. (UWM Photo/Troye Fox)
Eric Tutkowski, an electrical engineering graduate, has accepted a position at Eaton Corp. (UWM Photo/Troye Fox)
Jasmine Salton has been very involved while studying education at UWM. She has worked at the Student Services office, been an officer in the Black Student Union and been a mentor at the Boys & Girls Clubs. After graduation, Salton will begin a job with the new UWM Office of Student Experience and Talent office, helping students find internships. (UWM Photo/Chris Baylor)
Lauren Firgens, a design and visual communication student, has always kept balance in her life by pursuing powerlifting in addition to design. Firgens had a summer internship at Rogue Fitness that turned into a full time job after graduation. (UWM Photo/Troye Fox)
While a student with UWM's School of Informations Studies, Amanda Viers was the project lead of her Nonprof-IT group. Now Viers has accepted a full-time position with Northwestern Mutual as an associate software engineer. (UWM Photo/Troye Fox)
These December 2022 graduates are kicking off their careers as they finish their degrees.
Classwork was only part of these students’ successes. Many worked internships at local businesses or Fortune 500 companies, developed relationships with professionals, and tailored their experience to the type of career they sought.
Visit the Career Planning and Resource Center to learn about internships and career planning resources available to UWM students.