Explore educational and career options.
Located in Founders Hall next to the Student Services Office, the Career Center includes a variety of resource materials and computers to help student review their options.
America's Career InfoNet, part of CareerOneStop
Career Voyages, Co-sponsored by U.S. Departments of Labor and Education
CareerOneStop homepage, Dept of Labor
FAFSA on the Web
Health career information, sponsored by Wisconsin Health Careers Consortium
In Demand magazine online
Job search guides and link to local job listings by state or zip
Occupational Outlook Handbook, Dept of Labor
Peterson’s provided info on colleges and who offers specific majors
PPST info and registration
Quintessential Careers job search guides, articles
Strong Interest Inventory
This is a web-based assessment that students can take to determine how their interests in a variety of occupations, school subjects, activities, leisure activities and types of people relates to general occupational themes. Make an appointment in Student Services to take the assessment. There is a $10 fee.
Transfer Information System (TIS), course transfer and transfer guides
This site includes a database of credit equivalencies for UW System and WTCS institutions. It also includes information about freshman/sophomore requirements for many majors at various UW institutions.
This site includes information about the UW System, as well as links to all UW campus websites and many other useful career and educational sites, such as Majormania and Career Assessment.
“What Color is My Parachute?” official site http://www.jobhuntersbible.com/
Wiscareers is a free service offered to all current and prospective UW-Manitowoc students and includes self-assessments of interests, skills, and work environment preferences. Browse a comprehensive careers database with up-to-date information on thousands of careers. For a better understanding of this site, please make an appointment with a Student Services Advisor to receive more information on Wiscareers registration.