Employer Recruitment Guide



Our mission is to educate, engage, and empower students and alumni in navigating career and professional development through employer and faculty/staff partnerships. Our vision is to continue to be a leader in: Providing centralized career resources, services, and technologies Integrating applied and experiential learning Providing data to support informed career decisions Implementing high impact practices to address changing career needs for all stakeholders Building and nurturing strategic relationships to enhance opportunities for students Ultimately ensuring students successful transition from college to career Values Inclusion & Diversity: We affirm and possess a commitment to inclusive excellence by serving as a comprehensive career resource for all stakeholders. We welcome and embrace the strengths individuals offer as a result of race, color, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity/sex, marital status, disability, US veteran status, and socio-economic status. Collaborative and Community Partnerships: We affirm and possess a commitment to establish and maintain meaningful relationships with university partners, employers, faculty & academic departments, and student organizations to enhance and increase applied learning and professional employment opportunities for students. Technology: We affirm and possess a commitment to utilize current technology across our operations, services, and resources to support student career and professional development, ultimately connecting students and employers. Professional & Ethical Practices: We affirm and possess a commitment to adhere and promote the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Principles for Ethical Professional Practice to guide and serve our employers, students, and faculty. Applied Learning: We affirm and possess a commitment to student’s career readiness and professional development through the Cooperative Education and Internship Program (CEIP). Our CEIP program is a high impact practice that serves as a catalyst for students to gain career-related experiences. Customer Service: We affirm and possess a commitment to excellent customer service, expressed through knowledge, expertise, and accountability to our stakeholders.


Stef Jax, Recruitment Coordinator | jaxs@stout.edu | 715-232-1603

Kellie Horzewski, Employer Relations Manager | horzewskik@uwstout.edu | 715-232-2178

2.) RECRUIT Post positions, request events, request an on-campus interview on Handshake. On-campus positions, professional full-time positions, co-op/internships and local (WI & MN) part-time jobs for students while enrolled in school. Participate in UW-Stout's Cooperative Education & Internship Program

1.) CONNECT Handshake is the UW-Stout's Career management system and it's your online connection to Stout students and alumni.

3.) ENGAGE Review our comprehensive list of career fairs, events, and other engagement opportunities. Connect with students and faculty to build your presence at UW-Stout. • Career Fairs • On-Campus interviews • Student Organizations • Art & Design Week • Winter Job Shadow Program • and other engagement opportunities

4.) ELEVATE Join the Career Services Partnership Program. This program provides a range of benefits to help your organization shine on campus. Giving towards career development through the Stout University Foundation is also an option.



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