Career Services

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree can help you advance your career by helping you become a valuable asset in multiple areas of business. 

Career Services are available to online and on-campus UW-Whitewater students.  

Students at the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater, whether undergraduate or graduate, receive expert guidance, pointers, and tools from career professionals during their major or emphasis selection process and career search.  The Career and Leadership Development office is working with students at all levels to help them navigate their searches for positions. 

Frank Lanko, Senior Business Career Advisor for the College of Business and Economics, is a valuable resource for all levels of business students.  Mr. Lanko provides resume reviews, interview preparation, mock interview practice, upcoming job fair information, and job search strategies to business students.  Do you need help finding the best tools for searching for employers?  Or do you need to change your resume to target a new career direction?  Contact Frank Lanko (lankof@uww.edu).

What kinds of help do you need?  Career staff can assist you with:

  • Discovery and selection of a major or emphasis
  • Cover letter and resume writing guidelines and review
  • Interview preparation, including proper behavior and dress
  • Job search strategies
  • Career fair resources
  • Internship opportunities
  • Information on placement rates and salaries for your career choice

Online Job Board

Hawk Jobs is UW-Whitewater's online job board for on-campus and off-campus student jobs, internships, and full-time jobs requiring bachelor or master degrees.  Students may post their resumes on Hawk jobs and can search for opportunities related to their interest.  Employers desiring to hire UW-Whitewater students and graduates are encouraged to place job announcements and review student resumes. 

To access your Hawk Jobs account visit the Hawk Jobs page today.

Contact a College of Business and Economics advisor today!

onlinebba@uww.edu  |  262-472-3216