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Career Services offers all Carroll University students and alumni free assistance with:
  • Resume and cover letter writing*
  • Searching for a job or internship*
  • Career exploration
  • Choosing a major
  • Networking tips
  • Interviewing techniques
  • Graduate school preparation  
*These services can be provided by Career Fellows as well as Career Services staff.
WorkForce Career & Internship Fair
Tuesday, February 19, 2019, 3:00-7:00pm, Wisconsin State Fair Park Exposition Center 
For transportation to this event, sign-up at the Campus Center Information Desk.
Transportation is available on a first come, first served basis.
Are you a Carroll student planning to drive yourself? For a free parking pass and pre-printed name tag, 
Otherwise parking will be $6.00 cash at the gate.
To view the FULL GUIDEBOOK, that includes descriptions of attending organizations and a layout of locations at the fair, please click here
Etiquette Dinner
Wednesday, April 24, 2019, 5:30-8:00pm, Stackner Ballroom, Campus Center, Carroll University
E-mail Torrie Boduch to register your group,
Summer 2018 Hours
8:00am-5:00pm, Monday-Friday

Career Fellows
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 best LinkedIn 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).
Career Advisors
If you need guidance in terms of 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:
You can also schedule an appointment by visiting the Academic Resources Desk,
located on the lower level of the Todd Wehr Memorial Library.

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
  • Online Resume and Cover Letter Reviews
  • Events
  • Schedule Appointments with Career Fellows

Students with a Handshake account are able to schedule appointments with Career Fellows via Handshake. Career Fellows are trained by the Career Service’s professional staff to assist undergraduate peers with the following topics: resume writing, cover letter writing, internship search, job search, LinkedIn, and career resources. 

Helpful tutorials:

Activating an account in Handshake

Scheduling an appointment in Handshake (with Career Fellows only)

Cancelling an appointment in Handshake (with Career Fellows only)


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.