Career Services provides resources and services to undergraduate, graduate, and online students. We are committed to assisting in the career and professional development of all of our students.
Cooperative Education & Internship Program
UW-Stout's Cooperative Education & Internship program gives you the opportunity to gain meaningful work experience before you graduate! This experience is designed to springboard your professional career. Learn more.
Join us in-person for events during Career Conference Week - February 26-29, 2024. Learn more.
Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP)
The Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) is a recruitment and referral program that connects federal and private-sector employers nationwide with highly motivated college students and recent graduates with disabilities who are eager to demonstrate their abilities in the workplace through summer or permanent jobs. Learn more.
Job Shadow Program
The Job Shadow Program pairs UW-Stout students with UW-Stout Employers for an opportunity to spend one day in the workplace during Winter Break. Learn more.
Career & Professional Development Events
Connecting students and employers through recruitment and networking opportunities is a focus of our office.
- Two annual Career Conferences, drawing more than 1,500 employers
- Art & Design Week
List of Current Events
Co-op, Internship & Job Searching
Utilizing a high tech and high touch approach Career Services provides the following resources:
Job Vacancy Lists through Handshake
- Professional Positions
- Co-op and internship positions
- On-Campus and Graduate Assistantships
- Local Opportunities
Resume and Cover Letter Reviews
- Web-based practice interviews through InterviewStream
- Mock Interview Program
- On-Campus Interviewing
Six months after graduation, 99.4% of UW-Stout graduates were employed; continuing or planning to continue their education; serving in the military, or in a service program. Learn more.
Student Advisory Committee
The Student Advisory Committee provides a leadership position for students where they can provide prospective, input and advice for the Career Services office on student needs. Students have a voice in the creation of career-related programs and materials. Learn more.