Martin A. Preizler (BS, Sociology, 1966; MS, Public Policy & Administration, 1986) worked for 47 years in government, non-profit and for-profit organizations. He’s got some great advice for Letters & Science students.
In the Daily Cardinal: In an effort to boost students’ career prospects, UW-Madison opens new career center for College of Letters & Science
In an attempt to counter perceptions that its majors are unemployable, UW-Madison’s College of Letters and Science celebrated the grand opening of its new career center, SuccessWorks, Wednesday evening. The career center, located on the third floor of the University Book Store, aims to connect L&S students with mentors and alumni who will help prepare them for professional success after graduation through workshops, mock interviews and internship events.
In the Wisconsin State Journal: UW-Madison advising program hopes to demonstrate value of liberal arts degree
SuccessWorks aims to help more liberal arts students find a job by graduation or soon after amid perceptions about the declining value of a four-year college degree — especially in liberal arts. The initiative also could help students find internships, provide scholarships so students can work unpaid or low-paying internships or help students when finding a job in a desired career field is unclear with their chosen major.
An innovative new career center launched by the largest college in the University of Wisconsin-Madison celebrated its grand opening with an event that brought together students, alumni, state government representatives, UW System Regents, donors and business leaders.
After graduation, Claire Allen (B.A.'14, International Studies and Spanish) landed a great job at Kimberly-Clark. She now returns regularly to campus to recruit fellow Badgers to join the Fortune 500 manufacturer. One key to her success in the business world? The L&S Career Initiative’s career prep course