Career & Employment Center (CEC) Services www.madisoncollege.edu/career-and-employment-services Career Planning Workshops
Career & Employment Center (CEC) Services Truax Gateway, Room A1003, 1701 Wright Street, Madison, WI 608-243-4598 or [email protected] HOURS: Monday-Thursday 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM and Friday 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM www.madisoncollege.edu/career-and-employment-services Career Planning Workshops Register to attend a hands-on workshop delivered by a Career Counselor and Career Advisor to start your career exploration process. www.madisoncollege.edu/workshops-and-events-career Employment Advising or Counseling Schedule an appointment with one of our Career Advisors to assist you with the following: 1) conduct an effective job search 2) review a cover letter 3) learn how to prepare a resume 4) practice interviewing with a mock interview 5) research employment opportunities Counselors may also be available to assist you with career exploration and employment issues. Graduate Report Review the average starting wages for Madison College programs, conduct research and find out where our graduates are employed. www.madisoncollege.edu/graduate-report Wisconsin TechConnect™ – Student Employment Listings Search for jobs using Madison College's job posting website - Wisconsin TechConnect. www.madisoncollege.edu/finding-employment Upcoming Graduates and Alumni: Contact us to see if you are eligible to receive job listings sent to you via email! Employment Success Program Through generous grant support, qualified current students may be eligible for additional job search and employment preparation assistance. www.madisoncollege.edu/employment-success-program-esp On Campus Recruitment & Career/Job Fairs Throughout the academic year, employers interested in hiring Madison College students and alumni visit the Truax and regional campuses. Madison College also offers a number of career/job fairs throughout the school year. www.madisoncollege.edu/career-and-employment-services Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Through the WorkSmart Network, supported by the Workforce Development Board of South Central Wisconsin, students qualifying for the Workforce Investment Act may be eligible for career exploration and planning services, advising on College resources and services, employment advising, and assistance with supportive (childcare, transportation) and training services (tuition, books, materials) while participating in long-term training. Non-Traditional Occupations Tools for Tomorrow provides career exploration and retention services to ensure women and men students in nontraditional programs of study are connected to resources to assist in their professional development, linkages to industry, graduation and employment success. www.madisoncollege.edu/women-trades-and-technology S:SDC/CEC/Flyers/CEC Services Flyer 08_2014 08.26.2014 Madison Area Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in employment, admissions or its programs or activities. The Affirmative Action Officer can be contacted at (608) 2436-6900.