Career and Professional Development Services for Students
Frequently Asked Questions:
What services does BTC Career Services provide to students?
We help students and alumni decide on programs, careers, continuing education, search for jobs and write resumes. We also provide vocational assessments, individual career planning appointments. Located in the Student Success Center, Room 2200. Call (608) 757-6321 or stop in.
When is Career Services open?
Center hours are 8:00 am - 7:00 pm, Monday through Thursday and 8:00 am - 5:00 pm on Friday. The office remains open during the spring and summer breaks.
How do I make an appointment?
It's easy! Just call (608) 757-6321. To help us prepare for your visit, we'll need some basic information first, like your BTC program and what assistance you need (e.g., making a career decision, resume critique, job search).
How long are appointments?
Appointments are usually scheduled for either 30 or 60 minutes depending on the type of assistance you need.
How are job opportunities found?
We pursue new employment opportunities for students and graduates, working with them throughout college and beyond. And, of course, the Internet plays an increasingly prominent role in the job search. Employers are invited to visit campus and post jobs for students and graduate viewing on Wisconsin TechConnect. Students find full-time or part-time employment year-round through job listings received by Career Services. The information may be accessed by students through the job listings on Wisconsin TechConnect.
What do employers look for in a candidate?
Employers look for students who are highly motivated, able to communicate their ideas clearly and concisely, and can demonstrate skills in leadership and teamwork. Employers also consider a candidate's academic background, appearance, their comfort level with the interview process and their initiative.
Wisconsin TechConnect-Student Employment Site
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Employment in Wisconsin- search for local and statewide job opportunities
Indeed - search for jobs, research salaries, look at trends
A résumé cannot get you a job, but it can get you an interview. Have you had much luck gaining interviews with your current résumé? Are you blaming the economy and the number of candidates for one job? Look at your résumé. Most people do not even know they have a poor résumé. Take the approach that will get you noticed: Write from the hiring position. Show the hiring manager what you can do for them. Do you need help? Let us help you get started or add the finishing touches to your resume.
Send and electronic copy to Career Services
Resumes and interviewing (resume and interview booklet
Resume Critique - Get feedback on your resume. Please include: student ID number
Not sure what college major to pursue? Have you forgotten what you really wanted to do in your pursuit of education, earning an income and/or raising a family? This can be one of your biggest decisions. An interest assessment can get you started in building a career around what you are meant to do. Take a quick
10 minute Interest Questionnaire to match your interest with a Wisconsin Technical College program and then find out more about the career-description, salary, outlook at
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Would you like more assistance? Send us an email with your questions. Career Services
Make an appointment for individualized career planning and advisement. (608) 757-6321