More than 250 graduate students and alumni are employed at UW Oshkosh each year.
Whether as graduate assistants, University staff, Academic Staff or even Faculty, our graduate students and alumni are well-represented employees on the UW Oshkosh campus.
To understand economic trends and become aware of what types of employment are available to you as a UW Oshkosh graduate studies student or alum, visit our Employment Outlook page. This list some of the career opportunities available to across our graduate degree fields.
Business Success Center (BSC)
The Business Success Center is a consulting firm unlike any other. Powered by the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, the Business Success Center unites local businesses with university resources, faculty experts, student interns, research facilities, and a survey center to deliver customized, cost-effective solutions for their business challenges. BSC recruits, screens, and interviews students for paid internships as they become available. To be added to their pool possible interns, please apply online through their Intern Portal.
For more information about BSC Internships, please contact Chad Kopitzke, Intern and Operations Manager, at (920) 424-2041 or email@example.com.
Career Services is available to help students with career information, advice and occupational guidance. Whether as a first-year student or a graduate student, they are here to help you achieve your vocational goals.
TitanJobs is an online recruiting and job database for students, faculty, staff, alumni and employers. Graduate students and graduate alumni who wish to take advantage of this benefit need to establish an account. Be in touch with Career Services directly to set-up your account and get started.
Career Services also hosts two career fairs each year.
College or Business Internships
The College of Business Internship Program connects qualified UW Oshkosh students in internship and career placements. Students from all academic backgrounds are welcome to contact Jessie Pondell, Professional Development Director in the College of Business, to discuss opportunities that fit for your professional skills. Schedule an appointment with Jessie by contacting her at (920) 424-0297 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduate Assistantships are work-based financial support awards available to qualified, admitted, enrolled graduate students. Graduate assistants work in their academic field or in a closely related area. Functions include laboratory assistance, research, tutoring, proctoring and other academic-oriented work.
To apply online, please visit the Graduate Assistant website.
Please note, some departments will require additional application materials. If you're interested in working in a specific department, please feel free to contact them directly.
Campus offices who regularly hire Graduate Assistants include:
Current graduate students may be eligible for positions on the UW Oshkosh campus. Opportunities offered through the Human Resources office include administrative support, craft and trade positions (University staff [classified]), teaching assignments (Instructional Academic Staff [unclassified]), and professional/administrative service positions (Professional/Administrative Academic Staff [unclassified]). To see the most current employment opportunities, please visit the Human Resources website.
Student Titan Employment Program (STEP)
The Student Titan Employment Program (STEP) has held an important role in providing high-impact, campus-based employment for the students of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. Now the program has been expanded to provide positions specifically for the University’s graduate students (beginning Spring 2013). All current positions are posted in TitanJobs.
Student assistantships are very similar to graduate assistantships. While graduate assistantships are positions held within the academic departments, student assistantships are in non-academic departments. For some student assistantships, the graduate assistantship application is accepted for employment.
For all positions, please contact the areas directly for more information:
- Center for Academic Support & Diversity
- Center for Career Development & Employability Training (CCDET)
- Polk Library
- Reeve Memorial Union
The Writing Center hires both graduate and undergraduate students. They hire new employees on an as needed basis. If interested, please visit the Writing Center website for more information.