If you’d like to take a more active role in managing your career at UW–Madison, this conference is a great place to start. “Construct Your Career at UW” is open to all UW–Madison employees. The conference is designed to support your career development by providing useful tools, inspiration, and helpful resources.
No matter what career stage you are in, you’ll find conference workshops that meet your needs. You can learn how to assess where you are now, build a career plan, execute that plan, or continue building within your current role. Join us for a full day or part of the day.
The university is committed to helping every employee, regardless of position, find ongoing professional opportunities and career satisfaction at UW–Madison. This conference will help you explore your career path while you continue your UW–Madison employment.
Who should attend?
This conference is for you if you’re a UW–Madison employee who would like to:
- Develop lifelong career management skills
- Explore your interests, skills, and values
- Define or reassess your career goals
- Start on a path to a more satisfying career
- Continue developing as a professional while maintaining your current role
Managers and supervisors are encouraged to approve requests from staff to attend the conference.
Please register by February 28, 2020 to secure your spot at the conference.
- Registration includes workshops, the keynote session, and lunch.
- Cost: $25
This conference is hosted by Learning and Talent Development in the Office of Human Resources, working in partnership with Adult Career and Special Student Services in the Division of Continuing Studies.
“We want UW–Madison to be an employer of choice, where every employee can find career satisfaction and develop professionally, regardless of their position. Our goal is to retain the talented, dedicated employees we have here by providing ongoing career development opportunities. This is in the best interests of both the individuals who choose to work here and the university.”Laurent Heller, Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration