Career Services is a comprehensive career center dedicated to the success of all UW-Marinette students. One way to get a good start to heading down a successful career path is to meet with one of UW-Marinette's advisors to get information about majors and careers. Stop by the Solution Center in the Main Building so than an advisor can get you started on researching possible majors, careers and transfer institutions. We want to help you fully explore possible career paths.
Career and Major Exploration
The staff in the Solution Center are qualified to help you in all aspects of career exploration and planning. They can help you:
- Choose a major
- Discuss degree requirements
- Choose classes
- Explore career, internship and volunteer opportunities
- Conduct job and internship searches, and mock interviews
- Create and review job search documents such as resumes, cover letters, and reference pages
- Select a transfer institution
- Facilitate and interpret career assessments
Helpful Career & Major Links
UW-Marinette students make great volunteers! They are enthusiastic and willing to work to make the world a better place. As volunteers, students are able to learn or enhance skills that will help them succeed in future careers as well as provide a service to your organization. Volunteering gives students the ability to pursue multiple interests, practice networking skills and gain valuable work experience.
The volunteer interest form was developed as a way to alert students to new and ongoing volunteer opportunities in the community. The volunteer interest forms are posted on the volunteer bulletin board across from the cafeteria. Students can look over the opportunities posted and match their interests with the volunteer postings. These postings allow for the student to contact the organization seeking volunteers.
If you are a student seeking a volunteer opportunity contact Madeline Marquardt directly to discuss and explore your options.
What is Service Learning?
Service Learning combines academic curriculum that students are learning in the classroom and connects that instruction with real-world experiences to meet an actual need in the community. Service Learning provides students with a hands-on learning environment to foster the further development of their abilities, interests, and career paths. By combining academics and service, the learning process transcends the classroom and encourages students and instructors to view the world through a more diverse lens.
Service Learning benefits students, faculty and the community as a whole. Students participating in Service Learning projects use the knowledge they have acquired in their courses to instigate social change and work for the betterment of their community. Faculty have the opportunity to challenge their students through a new and unique learning experience while collaborating with a community partner in hopes of a mutually beneficial outcome for all. The community, in turn, receives a more engaged, compassionate, and knowledgeable group of graduates. View the top 10 reasons to participate in Service Learning.
Service Learning at UW-Marinette
UW-Marinette faculty and students have been participating in Service Learning projects with the Marinette School District since 2008. Service Learning continues to be implemented in college courses in order to form sustainable connections with the campus and community. The goal of the Service Learning program at UW-Marinette is to ensure that middle school and high school students have the skills, knowledge, and desire to pursue post-secondary education.