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Campus Career Resources


Career Planning & Resource Center

UWM's Career Planning & Resource Center (CPaRC) offers counseling to help you identify a career that matches your interests, values and skills. In addition, CPaRC provides assistance with career research, resume development and interviewing preparation. Business students (including Global Studies majors in the Global Management track) may also wish to visit the Career Services Center at the Sheldon A. Lubar School of Business.


International Studies 260: Introduction to International Careers

All students who are interested in an international career should consider taking International Studies 260: Introduction to International Careers, a 2-credit course offered each spring. This course allows students to investigate a wide variety of international career options by bringing in guest speakers from international business, government (e.g. State Department), global health, teaching English as a second language (ESL), international law and mediation/peacebuilding, etc.

CIE welcomes professionals who would like to inform students about their careers in an international field. If you have a contact for a speaker that you would like to pass along, please email Christine Wolf (


UWM Libraries International Careers Resource Page

This website provides an excellent guide to researching your future international career, including links to specific country / industry resources.


International Careers Library

CIE also houses an International Careers Library in Garland 113 that is open for students to browse and photocopy materials. In addition to the books on this list, we keep files of brochures, etc. organized by professional field.


International Careers Email List

To be on CIE's mailing list and receive updates on job opportunities, careers-related speakers, etc., please email Christine Wolf ( Once you sign up for this list, you can remove yourself anytime.  


Going Global
- UWM subscribes to this valuable resource for international job seekers, including country career guides and job postings. You must enter using this link, and log in with your UWM ePanther ID and password.