The CEC was excited and honored to have Chancellor Rebecca Blank help us open our new office space with a grand opening and ribbon cutting celebration on Monday, January 30. Chancellor Blank praised career services at UW-Madison, noting the important work we have in helping students with critical pieces of their exploration. See the CEC highlight here.
CEC advisors help students explore majors and careers in a variety of ways. Click the picture below to watch a short video illustrating all the ways we serve students.
If you're in Ingraham or the near area, come study in our space! During our normal business hours, the CEC has open study in our space any time there are not workshops being held. Stop by Room 114 Ingraham hall and enjoy our new space!
Each semester, the CEC hosts a variety of workshops to help students continue to explore their major and career options. The workshop schedule for Spring, 2017 is available on our workshop page now! Browse our offerings and sign-up today.
If you're in Ingraham, or the surrounding area, and need a comfortable area to sit and study, come to the CEC! Unless there are workshops taking place, the main CEC office is open for open study.
Answers to a number of questions about Physical Therapy as a career field will be answered in this workshop.
If you enjoy economics, this is a great opportunity to come learn more about the many different careers you will be qualified for.
This workshop will highlight emerging career opportunities in the clean energy economy for a wide range of disciplines across majors.
The Majors Fair is an annual event held in October. See highlights from Majors Fairs from years past, and learn more about the event.
The spring semestser is a great time to gain experience that will help you explore your career interests. Meet with a CEC advisor or your school/college career services office to discuss your plans!
Cross-College Advising Service is the advising office on campus that serves students who are undecided and exploring their academic interests, or thinking of switching academic paths.