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Marquette University
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Holthusen Hall, First Floor
1324 W. Wisconsin Avenue
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
Phone: (414) 288-7423
Fax: (414) 288-5302
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internship and job listings

Develop a list of job search sites that list openings related to your field and check them regularly. Start your search with these Career Services Center favorites.

Milwaukee Area Resources
Chicago Area Resources
National Resources


Milwaukee Area Resources

  1. MilwaukeeJobs.com
    Local jobs. Local candidates. Local service.

  2. jobing.com
    Your On-line Resource for Wisconsin Jobs. Free services and job searching for local job hunters. Includes full-time jobs, part-time jobs and internships.

  3. JSJobs!
    Milwaukee's smart way to find a job! Browse over 1181 jobs in and around Milwaukee, WI

  4. Wisc.jobs
    Welcome to Wisc.Jobs, the Official State of Wisconsin Government job site!  Find out what over 40,000 dedicated employees have already discovered - interesting jobs, excellent benefits, and many advancement opportunities that allow you to touch the lives of Wisconsin's citizens and Improve the State of your Career.  Start your search by filling in any of the fields below or just click Search to find all published jobs.

  5. Milwaukee City Jobs
  6. Milwaukee County Jobs

  7. Wisconsin Job Network

  8. Wisconsin State Employment
    The Office of State Employment Relations (OSER) is responsible for personnel and employment relations policies and programs for Wisconsin state government employees. On this page you will find information for those seeking employment with the State of Wisconsin, current state employees, and state personnel offices.

  9. Jobs@Marquette
    Does the thought of leaving Marquette sadden you? Search professional positions at Marquette.


Chicago Area Resources

  1. City of Chicago Jobs
    Welcome to CAREERS, the City of Chicago’s award winning online job application site.

  2. Cook County Employment
    Cook County not only employs a wide variety of individuals through its many offices, but also provides training opportunities for the people of this County.

  3. State of Illinois Employment Opportunities
    The State provides job opportunities in a wide range of occupations and titles. This website will guide you through the state employment process for the departments under the jurisdiction of the Governor.

  4. Chicago Tribune/Careerbuilder.com
    The best jobs from the Chicago Tribune and across the country.

  5. Chicago Job Talk
    Now featuring an interactive Forum, along with the quality links and helpful advice you expect. We hope you like the changes.

  6. ChicagoJobs.com
    Chicago's Online Career Site. Post your resume for FREE! Search job postings from Chicago area employers. Also, sign up for email alerts of new job postings in your area of expertise!


National Resources

  1. The Riley Guide
    Links to thousands of job search sites.

  2. Career One Stop
    Your pathway to career success. Tools to help job seekers, students, businesses, and career professionals. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor America's Job Bank

  3. CollegeGrad.com
    Search our database of entry level job opportunities for college students and recent grads.

  4. CollegeRecruiter.com
    CollegeRecruiter.com is used by 400,000 job seekers per month to help them find new internships, seasonal employment, part-time positions, full-time work and career opportunities.

  5. CampusCareerCenter.com
    CCC Boasts a network consisting of 2,200 Career Centers, an ambitious grass roots student representative program, and a student community that is growing at a rate of over 150,000 candidates per year.



  1. AMA Marketing Career Management
    Wherever you are in your professional life, you'll advance with the American Marketing Association's Career Resources! Develop knowledge and skills through one day briefings, hands-on workshops, in-depth training programs and extensive webcasts. 

  2. Big Shoes Network
    Big Shoes Network can help! We're a job posting website and resource for entry- to senior-level professionals that work within the fields of advertising, communications, graphic design, interactive, marketing, public relations, social media, and web design & development. Our primary market area is Illinois and Wisconsin. Hopefully, we can be of assistance to you and someone you know.



  1. WECAN
    Wisconsin Education Career Access Network

  2. EducationAmerica.Net
    Publishes national K-12 employment opportunities within the field of education.

  3. Urban Catholic Teacher Corps
    Urban Catholic Teacher Corps (UCTC) exist to promote and support Catholic education in the Archdiocese of Boston and is committed to supporting the spiritual growth and professional development of its members.

  4. Teach for America
    Each year, Teach For America selects nearly 2,000 individuals with college degrees who demonstrate a solid record of achievement. These corps members undergo extensive training during summer institutes, are placed as full-time, paid teachers in urban and rural public schools, and join an ongoing support network that helps them succeed during their two years as teachers and beyond.

  5. American Association for Employment in Education
    AAEE offers opportunities to ease the challenges you face day-to-day with the teacher placement process, AAEE provides information and other resources to assist schools, colleges and universities in the employment of educators.



  1. IEEE Job Site
    Electrical, electronic, computer and other electrotechnology and information-technology professionals! Find your next great job through the IEEE Job Site!

  2. Think Energy Group
    Search 2000+ Worldwide Engineering Jobs and Power Plant Jobs



  1. 2-1-1 Impact
    A comprehensive database of information on family, health, and human service resources in Milwaukee County with information on over 4,000 agencies and programs in the greater Milwaukee area. 

  2. Idealist.org
    Idealist is a project of Action Without Borders, a nonprofit organization founded in 1995 with offices in the United States and Argentina. Idealist is an interactive site where people and organizations can exchange resources and ideas, locate opportunities and supporters, and take steps toward building a world where all people can lead free and dignified lives.

  3. Jobs That Serve
    Searching for nonprofit jobs in Milwaukee and Wisconsin? Jobs That Serve - Nonprofit Careers in Wisconsin has Milwaukee jobs, Wisconsin jobs and training opportunities. The Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee offers this service to match you with JOBS THAT SERVE in Wisconsin's diverse and dynamic nonprofit sector.

  4. Jesuit Volunteer Corps
    JVC is more than just a job. Social justice, simple life-style, community and spirituality: these values provide the cornerstone for living out a commitment to faith and justice.

  5. Peace Corps
    The goal of the Peace Corps is to provide education and technical training to citizens of other countries while promoting cross-cultural exchange.

  6. City Year
    City Year Milwaukee unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service

  7. Exec Searches
    This is the premier job board helping nonprofit, education, healthcare and public organizations recruit fundraising, mid-level and executive professionals.

  8. Commongood Careers
    Offers centralized access to opportunities at the nation’s leading non-profit organizations.

  9. Americorps
    AmeriCorps is a network of national service programs that engage more than 50,000 Americans each year in intensive service to meet critical needs in education, public safety, health, and the environment. AmeriCorps members serve through more than 2,100 nonprofits, public agencies, and faith-based organizations.

  10. Social Work Job Bank
    Devoted to helping social work professionals and employers find the perfect match.

  11. Non-Profit Career Network
    This directory contains a list of nonprofit organizations, their addresses, phone, fax and web addresses. We have designed this directory in a easy to follow alphabetical format.

  12. Free Management Library
    Free Management Library is a on-line, complete, highly integrated library for nonprofits and for-profits

  13. Chronicle of Philanthropy
    The newspaper of the Non-Profit World

  14. Environmental Organizations Online
    Offers free Internet services to non-profit organizations within the environmental and animal rights communities.

  15. Public Allies
    Public Allies places young adults in paid one-year community leadership positions in non-profits or government agencies, with 1 day/week in training seminars.

  16. Public Interest Research Group
    Offering 2-year fellowships for recent grads interested in public interest advocacy and administration.

  17. The International Partnership for Service Learning
    The International Partnership for Service-Learning is pleased to send you the enclosed information about programs which combine structured academic studies with substantial volunteer community service in intercultural settings in 13 nations, for a semester, year, summer, or January or August 3-week session.

  18. Explorations in Travel
    Individual, international volunteer placements are available through Explorations in Travel

  19. Human Services Career Network
    Website devoted solely to the Human Services and Social Service professional

  20. Guidestar
    The National Database of Nonprofit Organizations

(see Milwaukee and Chicago Resources too)

  1. Federal Government
    Official website of U.S. Federal Government.  List thousands of job openings.  Best to Do a “Key Search.” 

  2. Federal Jobs and Internships
    Think you need a political science degree to work for the federal government? Think again! The federal government’s broad mission means there are jobs in every field. From architects to zoologists, the federal government is looking for a wide variety of talented and dedicated employees.



  1. Cool Works
    Jobs in cool places including national parks, on the water, in the resorts, and amusement parks.

  2. Back Door Jobs
    Are you looking for opportunities to Work, Travel, Play, Live, Learn, Help, Create, Experience and Grow in the U.S. or abroad? Come explore, dream, discover and do with Backdoorjobs.com: Short-Term Job Adventures!

  3. Cross Cultural Solutions
    Cross-Cultural Solutions is a non-profit organization that enables volunteers to make a meaningful contribution to the community by working side-by-side with local people, while gaining a new perspective and insight into the culture and themselves.

  4. U.S. Department of Labor Employment & Training Administration
    Database of employers having hired and sponsored an H1-B Visa. You may search by organization and location.

  5. BUNAC
    BUNAC's Working Adventures Worldwide enable students and young people from all over the world work and travel in some of the most exciting destinations.



  1. New Scientist Jobs
    With New Scientist Jobs you can search our database for hundreds of science jobs. Registration is free and you can upload your resume, set up email job alerts, subscribe to RSS feeds and apply for science jobs online. Start your job search below.

  2. Student Conservation Association
    Student Conservation Association (SCA) provides expense-paid environmental conservation and cultural preservation internships.

  3. Dice.com - Job Search for Technology Professionals
    Dice Inc. is the No. 1 technology-focused job board



  1. Internships.com
    The World's Largest Internship Marketplace

  2. Washington Intern Foundation
    Available internships for students and resume database for employers.

  3. Internshipprograms.com
    Has over 2100 programs listed. There are 50,000 files and links to internship information on the site.

  4. Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program
    To provide young American professionals (23-34) with executive-level, nine-month internships in the federal government and private sectors in Germany. German fluency required at start of program. Graduate degree and professional experience in business administration, economics, journalism/mass communications, law, political science, public affairs/public policy.

  5. Lincoln Park Zoo Science Fellowships
    The zoo's Department of Conservation and Science has strong program components in the areas of in situ (in nature) wildlife conservation, ex situ (in captivity) wildlife conservation and management, and scientific management of zoo animals. The program strives to be among the best in disciplines well suited to existing and expected levels of resources.

  6. University Career Action Network (UCAN)
    A partnership of college career offices committed to developing Internet products to assist students with their career choices. Three products have resulted from our partnership: the Internship Exchange, the Vagabond Guide to Summer Housing and the Betwixt & Between Guide to Post-Grad Options.

  7. MilwaukeeInternships.com
    Our goal is to provide Internship resources for students and employers.