All-Campus Career & Internship Fair
The All-Campus Career & Internship Fair is returning for spring 2023 with opportunities for UW-Madison students to connect with a wide range of employers. These Fairs are open to ALL enrolled UW-Madison students, plus recent alumni who graduated within the past two years.
Can’t come to campus, or still have positions to fill later in the spring? Register for the Virtual Fair!
Public Service Fair
The Public Service Fair is an for opportunity students and recent alumni of all majors to connect with non-profit organizations engaged in social impact and public service work. Organizations seeking volunteers, interns, and service year participants are invited to attend. Students are encouraged to treat this fair casually (no resumes necessary) and drop by to explore and ask questions.
Technology, Data & Analytics Career Fair
This fair is open to students and recent alumni of all majors interested in positions including software engineering, data analytics, project management, software development, data science, business analysis, information technology, management & technical consulting, AI, programming, quantitative research, UX/UI design and more.
Tech companies aren’t the only employers hiring for these positions. This is a great opportunity for students interested in these fields to connect with companies representing a wide variety of industries.
Equity & Inclusion Career & Internship Fair
The Equity & Inclusion Career and Internship Fair is an opportunity for our diverse UW-Madison student population to meet with organizations across of variety of industries that are actively seeking diverse talent. This event is specifically designed to provide career opportunities for underrepresented student job seekers (first-generation, low-income, students of color, LGBTQ+, and other marginalized social identities).
The Equity and Inclusion Career and Internship Fair is running concurrently with the Empowering You Career Conference, an event for first-year and second-year students who are first-generation, Pell eligible and students with documented disabilities.