UWM Announces Plans to Close Washington County Campus
Following a directive from the Universities of Wisconsin, UWM will close the UWM at Washington County campus, with a goal of completing the process by June 30, 2024.

UWM at Washington County’s Career and Internship Center offers a wide variety of helpful resources for students and area employers. 

Learn more about the Career and Internship Center in the UWM at Washington County Solution Center.

Student Opportunities

Career & Internship Center drop-In hours
  • Wednesdays 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

*Please note that drop-in hours may be changed due to other campus events.

Individual appointments

Schedule an appointment with our career and internship program coordinator for help with:

  • Career exploration
  • Job and internship searching
  • Receiving credit for internships
  • Resume and cover letter writing help
  • Interview preparation
  • LinkedIn
  • Student employment
Online resources for students
How to make a career advising appointment

Virtual career advising appointments are available Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. Virtual or in-person career advising appointment are available on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Students can schedule an appointment via Navigate, or by emailing cgs-careerservices@uwm.edu.

Student resume examples

Fall 2023 Events

PoP! (Panels on Professionals) Series

Focus: Engineering and Technology
Date: Sept 27
Time: 11:50 a.m. – 12:50 p.m.
Location: Library

Focus: Life Science, Health, and Sustainability
Date: Oct. 25
Time: 11:50 a.m. -12:50 p.m.
Location: Library

Focus: Government, Non-Profit, and Public Service 
Date: Nov. 29
Time: 11:50 a.m. – 12:50 p.m.
Location: Library

Employer Spotlight Career Fair

Date: Oct. 10
Time: 11:50 a.m. – 12:50 p.m.
Location: Student Affairs Hallway

If you are interested, please email cgs-careerservices@uwm.edu.

Employer Involvement

Weekly Employer Spotlight: Employers are invited to come to campus during our open noon hour on (day of week TBD) to connect with students and share information about their organization and opportunities. Reach out to the career and internship coordinator if you are interested.

Job Shadow Program: Host a student for the day to show what your profession is all about. Job shadowing is one of the best ways for students to explore careers.

Informational Interview Contact: Have a student who is interested in your field of work interview you about your career pathway.

Job and Internship Posting: Visit Handshake to post job and internship opportunities.

Employer Sign-Up Directions
  1. Go to https://uwm.joinhandshake.com/login.
  2. Click “Sign up here” on the upper right-hand side.
  3. Click on “Are you an employer? Sign up here.”
  4. Complete the required information needed.
  5. Request access to the UWM Employment Office (which includes Waukesha and Washington County students).
  6. Please allow 24-48 business hours for administrative approval.
  7. Once your registration has been approved, see below on how to post a job and/or internship.
Posting Jobs/Internships
  1. Log in to Handshake.
  2. Go to “Post a Job.”
  3. Complete the required information needed.
  4. At the end, select UW-Milwaukee as the school.
  5. After completion of your job posting, please allow 24-48 business hours for administration approval.

What an internship can do for you.

maddie testimonial photo

Doing a general internship with the Waukesha Field Station allowed me to do things that I don’t normally get a chance to do. I learned a lot about wildlife and plants and encourage students to do internships even if it’s not within their studies.

Maddie N.UWM at Waukesha Field Station Intern, Summer 2021
owen testimonial photo

I interned for the Milwaukee Milkmen and I loved every second of it. Working with the Milkmen gave me opportunities and experiences that will help me throughout my career. If you’re hesitant about doing an internship, don’t be. Just do it and you’ll be happy you did.

Owen P.Milwaukee Milkmen Rotational Intern, Summer 2021
sophia testimonial photo

I interned for the Urban Ecology Center and even with a pandemic going on, the benefits were amazing. Not only was it paid, but I got to make so many connections with nonprofits in Milwaukee, countless friends, and even a dream job at the end of it. It gave me experience in a field I’d never worked in and confidence in the major I chose. I’d recommend it for every college student.

Sophia D.Urban Ecology Center Community Programs Intern, Summer 2021
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Pursuing an internship is so advantageous to develop professional work experience and transferable skills, build your portfolio, network, and build meaningful relationships. Any student that has an internship will set themselves apart and have a competitive advantage in the job market when looking at a full-time position.

Kelsey S.Generac Talent Acquisition Intern, Summer 2021


Career and Internship Program Coordinator