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Economics Career Advisers Network
The Economics Career Advisers Network is a group of dedicated UWM Economics alumni who engage with current Econ students to share their advice, insight, and experience.  This network provides alumni and students a diverse variety of opportunities to meet and interact as a way to network and form unique, lasting mentoring relationships. 

Benefits to Alumni
  • Give back to UWM
  • Network with other UWM Economics alumni
  • Meet student leaders, find new talent and cultivate connections
Benefits to Students
  • Learn about fields/jobs obtained with an Economics degree
  • Receive resume feedback
  • Discover how others have used a UWM Economics degree to build successful careers
  • Practice interviewing skills
  • Prepare to conduct an effective and informed job search
  • Learn what employers seek in candidates
  • Make contacts in organizations of interest
  • Learn how to make the most of a UWM education
As an Econ Career Mentor, you would be available for speaking engagements, class and student organization presentations, informational interviews, job shadow opportunities, and individual outreach by students for career exploration and advice.  You may be called on for these engagement opportunities throughout the year but are not required to participate in any particular event or program; each mentor may select opportunities based on his or her interest and availability.

If you are interested in participating in the Economics Career Advisers Network, please complete a quick survey to tell us about your background and information about your interest in a range of student engagement opportunities. 

We are so grateful for your commitment to UWM and hope the Economics Career Advisers Network will give you the opportunity to continue to share your time and talent with current UWM students!
 
Questions, concerns, or feedback, please don’t hesitate to contact us. 

Elizabeth Mueller
Alumni Relations
eliz5@uwm.edu 

Professor Rebecca Neumann
Department of Economics
rneumann@uwm.edu