Information for Students

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Welcome Students and Alumni!

Not Yet a Member?

Consider joining for access to on-campus interviewing, on-line job posting, and our on-line resume referral service. You do not need to be a member to meet with ECS staff for job search assistance or to utlize the ECS print resources.

Please see our calendar for our next new membership meetings. In the meantime, use our web resources to assist you with your skills assessment, resume development and interview practice. You are welcome to schedule an individual appointment with a staff member at any time; we are open all summer!

Already a member of ECS?

Account renewal for 2013/2014 begins on August 26. If you take and pass the moodle quiz now, results will be saved and uploaded later.

Log in to myECS!

COE Road Map - Fall 2013

First-year Students: Here is a planning guide - COE ROAD MAP - to use as you plan your future academic and cocurricular experiences at UW-Madison.

Your COE Road Map Planner
Leadership Center Prezi Show
International Studies PowerPoint as PDF
Off-Campus Housing Tips
  • "Fall Rush" Housing Myth
  • Finance Tips
    Academic Performance Tips
  • Science Based Learning
  • Test Anxiety
  • Coping Kit
  • myNewsUpdate

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    National Association of Colleges employment information

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    Six Steps fo Checking Your Facebook Privacy
    Source: Chronicle of Higher Education

    Brian Croxall outlines the specifics for locking down your FaceBook account to eliminate potential damage to your job search.... read the article.

    A Successful Job Search: It's All About Networking
    Source: NPR

    Networking isn't just helpful, it's essential to a job search.... read the article.

    Job Outlook 2013: Hiring Outlook Positive in All Regions
    Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers

    NACE's Job Outlook 2014 Fall Preview survey shows the hiring outlook up 7.8% domestically for the college Class of 2014 read the article.