Vision, Mission, and Value Statements

Career Service's Vision:

Career Services will continue to be a leader in:
  • Providing centralized career resources, services and technologies
  • Integrating applied and experimental learning
  • Providing data to support informed career decisions
  • Remaining adaptive and flexible it changing career needs for all stake holders
  • Building and nurturing strategic relationships to enhance opportunities for students
    Ultimately ensuring students successful transition from college to career
 

Career Service’s Mission:

Career Services mission is to educate, engage and empower students and alumni in navigating career and professional development through employer and faculty/staff partnerships.


Career Service's Values:

Inclusion & Diversity: We affirm and possess a commitment to inclusive excellence by serving as a comprehensive career resource for all stakeholders. We welcome and embrace the strengths individuals offer as a result of:  race, color, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity/sex, marital status, disability, US veteran status, and socio-economic status.

 

Collaborative Partnerships: We affirm and possess a commitment to establish and maintain meaningful relationships with university partners, employers, faculty & academic departments, and student organizations to enhance and increase applied learning and professional employment opportunities for students.
 
Technology:  We affirm and possess a commitment to utilize current technology across our operations, services, and resources to support student career and professional development, ultimately connecting students and employers.   
 
Professional & Ethical Practices: We affirm and possess a commitment to adhere and promote the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Principles for Ethical Professional Practice to guide and serve our employers, students, and faculty. 

Applied Learning: We affirm and possess a commitment to student’s professional development through the Co-operative Education Program.  Our Co-op program is a high impact practice that serves as a catalyst for students to gain career related experiences.

 
Customer Service:  We affirm and possess a commitment to excellent customer service, expressed through knowledge, expertise, and accountability to our stakeholders.

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Vendor and Website Link Request

The University of Wisconsin – Stout Career Services office receives numerous requests throughout the year by vendors and career sites.  In an effort to streamline the process, we have created request forms to be completed.

Please note - Only vendors who have completed the appropriate form in its entirety will be considered.  

Website Link Request: If your organization has a link that you would like to be considered.

Vendor Resource Request: If you have a product or service for us to review (software, system, or product).

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Career Counseling Professionals


Bryan Barts - Director, Career Services

bartsb@uwstout.edu
(715) 232 - 1469 




Bryan, as Director, is responsible for the overall supervision and operation of the office; teaches career planning and job procurement processes; and coordinates employment activities for undergraduate, graduate level students, and alumni for the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and selected majors in the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.  
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Bethany Henthorn - Cooperative Education Coordinator/Counselor   


(715) 232 - 1129




Bethany, as Cooperative Education Coordinator, is responsible for the management of the centralized cooperative education program that provides students and alumni with career and employment related information; teaches career planning and job procurement processes; and facilitates the employment process especially for majors in Applied Math, Applied Science, Technology and Engineering with undergraduate, graduate level students, and alumni.
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Deb Keys

Deb Keys - Career Counselor    

careerservices@uwstout.edu  
(715) 232 - 5003
 



Deb, as Career Counselor, teaches career planning and job procurement processes; and coordinates employment activities for undergraduate, graduate level students, and alumni in the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences. 
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 Vacant - Career Counselor  


  (715) 232 - 1653

 

This Career Counselor teaches career planning and job procurement processes; and assists with coordinating employment activities with undergraduate, graduate level students, and alumni. The Career Counselor coordinates Co-op employer relations for the Career Services office and collaborates with faculty mentors and program directors on campus for new Co-op site development.
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Kellie Horzewski - Event Coordinator    

horzewskik@uwstout.edu   
(715) 232 - 2178



Kellie is responsible for planning Career Conferences and other campus-wide career programs and events. She manages Career Services marketing, website and technology initiatives for internal and external stakeholders, including students, faculty, staff, alumni, and employers. Additionally, Kellie assist with the annual employment report process.

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Alliah Gilman-Bey - Career Specialist    





Alliah, as a Career Specialist, teaches career planning and job procurement processes; and coordinates employment activities for undergraduate, graduate level students and alumni.
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Administrative Professionals


Nora_Winkler

Nora Winkler - Office Operations Associate     

winklern@uwstout.edu  
(715) 232 - 5038
     



Nora provides comprehensive administration support to the Career Services office, including front office management, budget activities, annual employment reports, and other responsibilities that support the work of the office.

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Stef Jax - Recruitment Coordinator     

jaxs@uwstout.edu
(715) 232 - 1603
     



Stef sets up and monitors interviewing schedules and resume collections for both permanent and Co-op positions; manages space needs and physical environment in support of recruitment. She also manages the job vacancy list and assists with Career Conference.

Mary Brinkman - Career Conference Assistant    

brinkmanm@uwstout.edu  
(715) 232 - 1602
     



Mary assists with Career Conference registrations and payments; assists with reception and job postings.


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Kristine Meshak - Cooperative Education Assistant    

meshakk@uwstout.edu  
(715) 232 - 2594
      



Kristine provides program support assistance for the Cooperative Education Program in the areas of student/employer record management; and ensures proper documentation and approval of Co-op process.


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Samantha Nelson - Cooperative Education Assistant

      



Samantha provides program support assistance for the Cooperative Education Program in the areas of student/employer record management; and ensures proper documentation and approval of Co-op process.