The Center for Academic Advising and Career Engagement facilitates students’ connections to employers and organizations through experiential learning opportunities. Consider the following opportunities for engaging with our department.

First Destination Survey Results
*2020-21 Response Rate: 36.1%, 147 responses of 407 graduates.

Post a job on Handshake

We invite you to join us on Handshake, CUW’s online career engagement platform and job board, to connect with our students and alumni. Handshake allows employers to post opportunities and review job seekers’ profiles and resumes at no cost.

Post a Job on Handshake

Other ways to engage

Host an Employer Spotlight

Concordia University is focused on connecting employers with our students by hosting virtual Employer Spotlights for organizations that are hiring. Click here to learn more.

Partner with Concordia

At Concordia University we have a genuine desire to work with partners in the community. We know that we can do more; for our students, our employees, and our communities, by working together. That’s why Concordia University has designed a Business Community Partners program. Click here to learn more.

Host a Recruiting Table

Connect directly with students during Recruiting Wednesdays event days. Organizations may reserve a spot in our Chapel Hallway from 9am until Noon during specific Wednesdays. To reserve a spot the Center for Academic Advising and Career Engagement requires employers to post a job or internship opportunity within Handshake, actively engage with the students and comply with principles for professional practice as sited by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), and not charge fees to the student to apply or begin working with the organization.

Click here to learn more

To schedule a table please call Stacy Tolomeo, Assistant Director of Industry Relations at 262-243-2216 or email stacy.tolomeo@cuw.edu

Host a Backpack to Briefcase session

For students entering the workforce, the stakes have never been higher. In order to shape uncommon graduates, we need to leverage the insights and best practices of today’s industry leaders. These lunch-hour TedX style sessions are designed to highlight your expertise and help our students make the transition from the classroom to the workforce. Topics can range from transferrable skills to networking or interviewing, to practical functions like organizing a meeting agenda. For employers who cater lunch, we’ll cater the student base to your needs. Whether you have a specific focus or take a more egalitarian approach, we would be happy to work with you to make this even mutually beneficial.

If you have questions, please contact the Center for Academic Advising and Career Engagement at 262-243-4499.

Host a site visit

Show them where the magic happens! For many employers, words simply won’t do justice to the meaningful impact you are making in the community and your respective industry. Although students love hearing about the great things they can do upon completing their degree, the experience of visiting a company, interacting with a panel of professionals, and seeing your work in-action can have a profound effect on their vocational goals. A picture may be worth 1000 words, but a site visit is worth 1000 pictures.

For more information about hosting, please contact Stacy Tolomeo at Stacy.Tolomeo@cuw.edu.

WIPCCC WorkForce Career Fair

Attract. Engage. Recruit. Virtually.
Tuesday, February 22, 2022, 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Fair Location: Virtual - On Handshake

The Wisconsin Private Colleges Career Consortium (WIPCCC) would like to extend a special invitation for your organization to attend the 2022 WorkForce Fair: Jobs, Internships, & Graduate Schools.

For 30 years WorkForce has been the premier place to promote jobs, internships, and graduate programs to Wisconsin’s private and independent college students and alumni. Last year, we opened up the fair to UW, technical colleges, and tribal colleges in Wisconsin. It went so well, that we’re doing it again!

Early bird deadline: Friday, December 31st
Regular registration deadline: Tuesday, February 1, 2022 or when filled.
Log into Handshake to register (through WIPCCC partner, Alverno College’s Handshake account).

Fair information and downloads

View registration rates and sponsorship opportunities here.
Prior to registration, please review WIPCCC's Employer Policies.

Publicity to students & alumni

As you register for the fair, you will have the opportunity to define what types of roles you are seeking to fill. You can also link positions that are posted in Handshake to your registration, so students and alumni who are planning their virtual visit to the fair will see them. We understand that hiring needs may change. You can edit your registration details at any time to include different details or link additional positions.

Questions
  • Connect with Concordia Students: Stacy Tolomeo, Assistant Director of Industry Relations, at stacy.tolomeo@cuw.edu.
  • WorkForce Questions, Including Employer Policies: Rick Herian, WorkForce 2022 Chair, at rherian@herzing.edu
  • WorkForce Online Registration & Fair Logistics: Contact Megan Anderson, WorkForce Event Planner, at workforcefair@gmail.com 
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