Resources for Employers
The UWM Career Development Center (CDC) conducts campus interviews in the fall, in October through early December, and in the spring, from February through April. Standard interview schedules run from 8:30-4:30 with twelve half-hour or eight 45 minute interviews. However, we are always happy to accommodate special scheduling requests.
Campus interviews are scheduled and managed through PantherJobs, an online college recruiting program. When you call to schedule an interview date you will be provided with a username and password to access the system online. Once you log on to the system, you will be able to view step-by-step instructions for setting up your account.
Who to Contact to Arrange an On-Campus Interview
Three UWM career service offices provide coordination of on-campus interviews to employers. Please contact the office which best fits your current hiring needs based on the major you wish to interview.
- To interview all UWM majors or majors other than business and engineering:
Please complete the Campus Recruiting Reservation Form and click the submit button on the bottom of the form.
For additional questions, contact:
Ada Walker, Recruiting Manager
UWM Career Development Center
414-229-5367 / firstname.lastname@example.org
- To interview only business majors or business plus other UWM majors, contact:
Greg Krejci, Program Manager
School of Business Administration, Career Services
414-229-5445 / email@example.com
- To interview only engineering and/or computer science majors, contact:
Julie Pickering, Director
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Career Services
414-229-3208 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Recruiting Policies and PracticesUW-Milwaukee and the Career Development Center adhere to the National Association for Colleges and Employers Principles for Professional Conduct and the Principles for Third Party Recruiters.
How to Advertise Your Campus Visit
One way to let students know about your organization's employment opportunities and that you will be interviewing on campus is to hold an information session on campus. These sessions are most frequently conducted in the UWM Union the afternoon or evening before your interview date. UWM room rental is free and equipment and catering is available for a fee. For any fees you acquire, you will be billed directly and payment via check or cash is due prior to the event. To make these arrangements, please contact the career services office responsible for your schedule.
Another way to inform students about your organization's employment opportunities and that you will be interviewing on campus is to advertise in the UWM campus newspapers. For detailed information and advertising fees, please contact the newspapers directly.