University of Wisconsin-Superior
Swenson Hall 1061
Belknap and Catlin
P.O. Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880
Mon, Fri 7:45am - 4:30pm
Tue, Wed, Thur 7:45am - 6pm
Daily drop-in hours:
Mon, Fri 11am - 4:30pm
Tue, Wed, Thur 7:45am - 6pm
Utilize this page to find helpful links on exploring major and career opportunities. Furthermore, consider speaking with our Career Counselor one-on-one or coming in for an assessment in order to help you navigate through the countless options. Contact Career Services today!
Career Services has compiled a breadth of sources for you to explore and discover. Take assessments, learn about various degree opportunities, and see what you should be considering as you settle into college and transition into a career.
Learn what UWS students have done to be successful in obtaining internships, jobs, and volunteer experiences.
Learn about how UW-Superior Alumni are using their Liberal Arts degree in their careers. The site provides articles and interview text from alumni, to help you with your career discovery.
Research a variety of majors and see what careers and opportunities can be found within each field.
Learn the value of your liberal arts education and how you can develop and benefit from the variety of skills you acquire.
A virtual job shadow site that provides access to interviews from people relating to their careers and jobs. They focus on each person's individual thoughts and experiences within their given job or profession.
A free career community that empowers job seekers with jobs, reviews, and salaries, along with hundreds of great career advice articles. CareerBliss was started in 2008 with the goal of providing transparency in the workplace, a transparency that effectively lets our users find happiness in the workplace by getting an inside look at the reviews and salaries for over 100,000 employers.
What do you want to do for a living? Maybe you'll know it when you see it? Or not sure? Browse over 900 career options or answer some questions about the type of work you might enjoy. View suggestions of careers that match your interests and training! Are you a vet? Visit My Next Move for Veterans and get help finding a civilian career similar to your military job.
Career Services provides assessment opportunities to help you learn about careers that relate to your skills, interests and personality. Prior to taking the assessment, we recommend speaking with a Career Counselor to assist in choosing the proper tool and follow up with a secondary appointment to analyze your results. The following assessments are available:
Free for all current UWS students, but you must register an account
The following assessments may be arranged by appointment and are available at a cost of $15 per assessment for students and alumni. To set-up a pre-assessment appointment, contact our office.
Strong Interest Inventory® - compares your interests to the interests of people happily employed in a wide variety of occupations and identifies job titles related to your interests.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® - identifies your basic "personality type" which can be related to potential career choices and working environments.
StrengthsQuest® - identifies your strengths and relates them to your educational and career plans.
You don't have to explore on your own. UWS Career Services offers one-on-one counseling where you can consider your options, dreams, and values as you look to decide on a major, a grad school, or a potential job. Whether you have no idea what you would like to do in the future, are overwhelmed by having to pick just one major, or would like help looking for new possibilities, contact Career Services today.
From new first year students to alumni looking for a new career path are welcome to call, email, or stop by our office to set up an appointment.
As you make your transition into college, find a place on campus, and begin to consider what's next, Career Services has a checklist for your to consider. Follow the tabs to determine where you stand in your career preparation and goals, and what you can do to achieve them.
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