Career and professional development

Employment resources and ways to help La Follette School students transform the knowledge and skills gained through a rigorous program of advanced professional training into success in a competitive employment market.

Employers are welcome to post jobs or internships for our students.

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Job search

Explore jobs

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Explore internships

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Get help: Contact and connect

Contact and connect


More career events

Where our graduates work

Information about career outcomes for our graduates, including where our most recent master's degree graduates are working.

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Resume, interview, and application help

Learn how to write a strong resume and cover letter, prepare for your interview, and negotiate your salary.

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Recruit La Follette students for your jobs, internships, or projects.

The La Follette School of Public Affairs strives to work closely with employers seeking interns, project assistants, and job candidates.

Employer resources

We are happy to share your opportunities and can help with:

  • Campus visits
  • Posting jobs and internships
  • Arranging interviews

Contact and connect

Career Development

Students may schedule a one-on-one appointment either virtually or in person to discuss career goals, prospective internships and jobs, prepare for interviews (or debrief after them), to review application materials and much more.Call 608-262-3908 or email to schedule.


Connect with Alumni

Students can meet and work with La Follette School alumni and friends, many of whom hold important positions in international organizations; federal, state, and local government agencies; nonprofit organizations; and private business.

How to connect with alumni