Why Hire a Titan
Find standout students with University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Career Services
The most influential characteristics of a successful organization are its people. In today’s challenging economy, the skills that matter most are found at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, where students and graduates put theory into practice from day one.
The UW Oshkosh Advantage
At the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, our Titans Are your next success story.
UW Oshkosh is committed to providing an education that best prepares our graduates for the workforce.
Through the University’s new University Studies Program (USP), students prepare for their futures with a focused and enhanced college experience featuring hands-on, active service learning and career-building opportunities. The nationally recognized USP demonstrates civic engagement, culture and sustainability as critical for success in local communities and the global economy.
At UW Oshkosh, our students thrive in moderate-sized classes with recognized, award-winning faculty who foster collaborative and experiential learning.
UW Oshkosh Career Services collaborates with hundreds of employers in the region and nationwide to provide students with valuable internships, career fairs, networking and development opportunities.
Our programs emphasize the skill sets employers need in today’s diverse working environment, including decision-making and problem solving, verbal communication, ability to obtain and process information and the ability to plan, organize and prioritize work (as outlined by research conducted by the U.S. Department of Labor and the National Association of Colleges and Employers).
Our Titans Are:
Faith Sadlowski - Environmental Studies
“My internship at Growing Oshkosh made me more involved in the off-campus community and provided valuable networking that enhances my environmental studies degree. The ideas of sustainability, ecological responsibility, civic engagement and the complexities of human systems were all demonstrated while working with Growing Oshkosh. I also learned how rewarding and challenging working for a nonprofit can be; I aspire to start my own organization some day with the skills I have gained. –Faith Sadlowski, Senior, Environmental Studies
Matt Ebert - Human Resources
“Throughout my internship with Disney I learned how to take chances and go for it. It wasn’t easy to leave home for six
months, but the life experiences and networking I did was worth it in the end. Disney taught me to always be professional, even in the hardest times. I truly do love my job and everything it has to offer. I can’t wait to see what long-term careers come out of this once-in-a-lifetime internship.” –Matt Ebert, Senior, Human Resources Management