The Student Academic Affairs and Career Development Office is your first stop for recruiting students in the School of Human Ecology (SoHE). SoHE has a reputation among employers as a source for high achieving students with strong communication, leadership, and collaboration skills. We can help maximize your recruitment efforts within SoHE to reach your target audience of highly qualified students.
There may be opportunities to engage with our students through student organization meetings and special events, via faculty within one of our six majors, at a SoHE sponsored career development program and more.
Hire SoHE Students via BuckyNet
Finding ideal candidates for a job is hard work. Creating an account and posting your open positions on BuckyNet, UW-Madison’s web based recruiting system, can make it easier. As an employer, a BuckyNet account will enable you to post your open internships and full-time positions, register for career fairs, review student resumes, and more!
All UW-Madison students that utilize BuckyNet will be able to view your available positions, giving you access to over 17,000 registered users. Register your organization and begin recruiting SoHE students today! Registration is free.
Review our Quick Start Guide for more information on how to create an account and begin posting positions on BuckyNet. Or this helpful video tutorial will walk you through the process. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact the Student Academic Affairs & Career Development Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-262-2608.
Become an Internship Site
Internships are a vital part of student career development and a highly valued component of the SoHE undergraduate curriculum. High-quality internships foster student learning by bringing theories and classroom content to life in real-world settings. In addition, internships give students an opportunity to explore careers related to their major, gain relevant experience in their field of interest, and develop a better understanding of what is expected in a workplace by performing the tasks of a working professional.
In SoHE, undergraduate students are required to participate in an internship for credit as part of their degree program. If your company or organization is interested in offering an internship related to any of the six SoHE majors, learn more about Establishing an Internship with SoHE.
Broaden Your Reach
The best avenue for marketing your available jobs and internships is through BuckyNet, and we help broaden your reach even further by ensuring your postings get out in front of the right audience. Each week, we link to newly posted positions in BuckyNet in the Career & Leadership Digest, a weekly email that goes out to all SoHE students connecting them to relevant career and professional development opportunities by major.
Additionally, you may wish to utilize the UW Student Job Center to promote vacant positions within your organization to students. The Job Center is geared towards part-time and temporary positions both on and off campus, but students often look there for opportunities as well. To post a part-time job click here.
Partner with one of our centers for a unique recruiting experience related to one of our majors, like the Kohls Center for Retailing. Learn more by contacting the Student Academic Affairs & Career Development Office today.
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