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Career Services offers all Carroll University undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni free assistance with:
  • Resume and cover letter writing*
  • Searching for a job or internship*
  • Career and major exploration
  • Graduate school exploration and applications
  • Mock interviews and interview preparation
  • Networking best practices including using technology resources such as LinkedIn
  • Career assessments
*These services can be provided by Career Fellows as well as Career Services staff.
Exact appointment availability can be found using Handshake and can be used for scheduling with peer and professional staff. Night appointments (appointments beginning after 5pm) with professional staff can be made by special request. 
Fall & Spring Hours
8:00am-8:00pm, Monday-Thursday
8:00am-4:00pm, Friday
Not available for appointments on Saturday or Sunday
Summer Hours
9:00am-4:00pm, Monday-Friday
Professional Advisors
If you need guidance in choosing a major, career exploration, networking tips,
interview assistance/mock interviews, or would like like additional assistance
with your resume/cover letter after meeting with a Career Fellow, you will need
to make an appointment with one of our Career Services professional staff.
To do so, please email one of the following Career Services Advisors:
  • Torrie Boduch, Director, Career Services, at
  • Lydia Guell, Assistant Director, Career Services, at
  • Kirsten Petersen, Career Connections Consultant, Career Services, at
    *schedule an appointment with Kirsten for internship and graduate school appointments
Career Fellows (peer advisors)
Career Fellows are Carroll students who have been trained
to review resumes/cover letters, assist students with job and
internship searches and guide students in LinkedIn best practices.
If you would like to meet with a Career Fellow, please review their 
hours using Handshake (found at the top right of the page).
WorkForce Fair
Jobs, Internships, & Graduate Schools
Tuesday, February 18, 2020, 3:00-7:00pm, Wisconsin State Fair Park Exposition Center, West Allis 
For free transportation to and from Carroll, sign-up at the Campus Center Information Desk by Thursday, February 13.
Spots are limited.
Are you a Carroll student planning to drive yourself? For a pre-printed name tag, make sure to pre-register
Please note that pre-registration is not required and walk-in's are welcome! 
For more information about the event and a list of attending organizations, please click here
Bring plenty of copies of your resume and dress professionally! We hope to see you there!
Etiquette Dinner
Thursday, April 16, 2020
5:30-8:00pm, Stackner Ballroom, Campus Center, Carroll University
E-mail Torrie Boduch to register individually or as a group,

Find outlines of common career areas, typical employers, and strategies designed to maximize career opportunities on Carroll's website. 
More information about this resource:
    • Academic major exploration database
    • Links majors with common career areas
    • Notes typical employers
CLICK HERE to access the academic pages on Carroll's website that includes career information.

Carroll's NEW career platform, Handshake, is now live! Handshake’s intuitive, mobile friendly platform is a great way to stay connected with Carroll Career Services. Handshake is your online access to:

  • Job and Internship Postings
  • Schedule appointments with Career Services Staff
  • Online Resume and Cover Letter Reviews
  • Events

Students with a Handshake account are able to schedule appointments with Career Services staff via Handshake.

Activating an account in Handshake

Scheduling an appointment in Handshake 

Cancelling an appointment in Handshake 


The Neighborhood & Community Job Board (NCJB) is a collection of opportunities specific for Carroll students from Waukesha businesses and community members. 

What’s the difference between Handshake and the NCJB?

Handshake hosts internships and full-time positions that require a degree.
NCJB hosts seasonal, part-time, and non-degree seeking positions within the greater Waukesha Community.

Click here to access the Neighborhood and Community Job Board

Liability Statement: Carroll University does not perform any background checks, criminal or otherwise on employers/community members, and does not screen in any manner the students, or the community members retaining the services of said student. Students and community members using these services do so at their own risk.

The Build-A-Workshop program helps student develop professionally and personally by engaging them in customized workshops for their group.

Build-A-Workshop Quick Facts and Topic Ideas

Contact Lydia Guell,, to request a custom workshop.