As members of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), the Wisconsin Association of Colleges and Employers (WI-ACE) and the Wisconsin Private Colleges Career Consortium (WIPCCC) we participate in innovative and accurate research and programming that provides our students and employers with data and materials that help all of us understand career education and job seeking in new and different ways.
- Overall, Class of 2016 bachelor’s degree graduates saw their average starting salary rise 3.8 percent
- Hiring is expected to rise 5.8% for 2017 graduates
- Liberal Arts graduates are more likely to be leaders, contributors and civically engaged, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers. Read more.
Career and Professional Development in Practice
We believe that specialized events and focused learning opportunities help students successfully navigate through the career development process. We are also in each student’s Catalyst course at least once each academic year to ensure our students are making real world connections from day one. Each opportunity is evaluated for maximum learning effectiveness. Examples include:
- Networking workshops and events
- Professional panels
- Resume building events
- Alumni Career Days
- Mock interviews with business professionals
- Take a Student to Work Day
- Career Treks
- Career fairs including our annual WorkForce Career, Internship and Graduate Fair
Developing the Skills Employers Seek
We are helping each student to develop the 21st century career-ready skills employers seek.