Career Resource Room

220 Hagestad Hall, Career Services Office

Our Career Resource Room provides a library of career handouts, books, periodicals, directories, and binders with samples. Additionally, the room hosts a computer lab with an array of resources and software at your fingertips. View details on our resources below. We are wireless - bring your laptop!

Handouts, Books and Periodicals

Career Handouts on a variety of career topics.

Example binders
containing sample portfolios, resumes, cover letters, etc...

Career-related publications
on resume and cover letter development, job searching, interviewing, graduate school, employer research, federal jobs, etc...

Major-specific publications
for careers in the liberal arts, business, education, agriculture, environmental, science, human services, health and communication.

Recent newspapers and periodicals
containing college student and regional career news and information.

Directories and lists
for conducting employment research.

Receive a free Job Choices magazine

Image2012JobChoicesPick-up in Career Services: Visit Career Services, 211 Hagestad Hall, to receive a free Job Choices magazine, published by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.

Editions: Planning Guide to Job Search, Business & Liberal Arts, Diversity, Science-Engineering & Technology

Job Choices is catered to college students and recent grads, discover where the jobs are by location and occupation, learn more about resumes and interviews, and receive tips on the job search from the experts.

Computer Lab Resources

Digital Sender:  Efficiently email your multi-page color or black and white hardcopy documents to yourself electronically in .PDF format. Ideal for electronic portfolios.

Scanner: Scan photos and documents. Scan then fill-in hardcopy employment application forms with typed text using Adobe Photoshop or Fireworks, then print a laser copy.

Career Software

Hire-a-Falcon System Find on and off-campus jobs, request a resume critique, receive email job lists using the Job Agent feature, and sign-up for interviews on-campus.

GoingGloballink Uncover hidden employment opportunities overseas and access culture-specific tips for job searching and interviewing in other countries. Use City Guides to research cities in the US local job resources in those cities. You may create an account while on-campus to receive off-campus access.

Chronicle Occupational Briefslink View a comprehensive list of job titles and in-depth description of the job, qualifications, work conditions, education path, etc... Access anywhere on-campus, or UWRF students and alumni may contact Career Services for a username and password for off-campus access.

WISCareerslink Research Wisconsin-specific career and employment information, or explore national university and academic information. Included are built-in Assessment modules which help individuals narrow and match their interests and skills with jobs that may best suit them. Contact UWRF Career Services to receive a Registration Code.

2014 Out for Work Bronze MedalContact Us

Career Services, Division of Student Affairs
M-F, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
211 Hagestad Hall

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