University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee


Career Support Resources

UWM Career Development Center (CDC)
  • Walk-in hours - visit the Career Development Center through your first year after graduation up to 6 times
  • Career Fairs - attend the 3 annual career fairs
  • Webinar series - tailored programming for alumni in all phases of career development, job search
Note: Graduates of the Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business and College of Engineering and Applied Science may seek additional services at their respective college’s career services center as well as at the Career Development Center.

Goodwill Workforce Connection Centers 

This center bridges the gap between the job seeker and local companies, offering an array of job search assistance free of charge and no appointment is necessary.

Goodwill Talent Bridge
Goodwill Talent Bridge provides customized, strategic talent solutions for clients.  Talent Bridge staff listen to their partners to really understand their needs, and then create a customized plan that matches employees with employers to ensure success.
40Plus of Southeastern Wisconsin
Self-help support, resource and advocacy group for all jobseekers from southeastern Wisconsin.