|Used to search for jobs and internships, and participate in on-campus interviews. EPCS has partnered with L&S Career Services to provide access for School of Education students. To get started, go to the website (click on BuckyNet icon above), review short PowerPoint presentation. (The PPT is geared to L&S students, your career office is EPCS.) Complete form at end to request a BuckyNet account.Refer all questions to EPCS.
has been designed to provide UW-Madison School of Education students with
basic career and job-search information. We encourage you to peruse this listing
to familiarize yourself with the process.
Your first step: make an appointment with an EPCS consultant to help you make a decision about which career direction is the best fit for you, provide referrals to campus resources, and strategies to get where you want to go.
Step Two: check out the online resources, organized by fields in Career Possibilities which will
put you in touch with career information, sources for jobs, internships, and international opportunities, as well as information on graduate school.
Resources and Events:
- Still trying to figure out a major, best fit?
- Meet with an Academic Advisor at Education Academic Services (EAS). EAS staff advise and orient individuals within and outside the School of Education, helping them develop and attain educational goals, especially around course selection and program admission. EAS also helps students explore their academic interests and strengths, examine the issues of multiculturalism and difference, find learning and support resources, and consider academic and career alternatives.
- Check out the resources available at Cross College Advising's Exploration Center, focusing on working with students who are deciding their major or investigating careers.
Job-Search Cycle will
take you step-by-step through the job-search process.
- Generating Job Leads will
give you some pointers on how to begin and what you need to know. Look
for valuable tips on informational interviewing.
Resumes and Cover Letters Check out these sites for some basic guidelines.
Employment Interview can
be unnerving, see these tips to help prepare for interviews and
ease those nerves!
- Applying to Graduate School? Create a Career Account to utilize state of the art application submission services.