Jaime Page-Stadler has been named the director of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Career Services. In her new role, Page Stadler will provide administrative direction for the Office of Career Services under the supervision of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. She is responsible for all aspects of the Career Services office, including personnel, budget management, marketing, advising students and alumni in career planning skills and job search strategies, mock interview programs, coordination of training skills workshops and career fairs, management of the on-campus interviewing program, development of relationships with potential employers, and developing effective working relationships with students, faculty/staff, alumni and college recruiters throughout the state.
“I am really excited about this opportunity to work with a talented staff to market our students and alumni to employers locally, regionally and nationally,” said Page-Stadler. “I will be focusing on outcomes for students and partnering with the faculty and colleges on campus to have all students understand how to market themselves for their next step.”
Page-Stadler has been an employee of the University for five years, previously serving as the associate director of career services and as the interim director of the department. She earned her bachelor’s degree at UW-Whitewater and her master’s degree from Western Illinois University.