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2018 Workforce Fair

The 27th annual Career and Internship fair, known as WorkForce, will be held on Tuesday, February 20, 2018  from 3:00-7:00pm at the Wisconsin State Fair Park Exposition Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. WorkForce is an exclusive event for WAICU students and alumni. Last year, over 1,000 students and alumni attended WorkForce to meet with 188 employers. Registration for this annual event is always in high demand and reaches capacity early.

The early bird registration deadline is Wednesday, November 1, 2017 and the regular registration & payment deadline is Friday, January 19, 2018 or when filled.

To register, log onto WIPCCC Jobs. The WIPCCC landing page for employers is:

If you already have an account, simply log in and select “2018 Workforce” under “My Events” to register.

If you do not have an account, select “New Employer” and follow the registration process. You will be prompted to enter a school code when you register. The school code to automatically connect with WIPCCC is: WIPC120. 


  • Online Registration & Fair Logistics: Contact Megan Anderson, WorkForce Event Planner, at
  • Employer Policies: Contact Jennifer Abing, WorkForce 2018 Chair,


Edgewood College offers more than 40 undergraduate programs, providing both a strong foundation in the liberal arts and career-oriented training. The Career Developement office provides many options to help fulfill employers’ hiring needs by connecting them with qualified students and graduates.

There are many ways that Career Development can partner with you!

Post Jobs or Internships on Edgewood College’s online job search system, Career Connect, a password protected site where students and alumni can view and apply for jobs and learn more about your organizations through employer profiles. You can also search this site for candidates for your open positions.

On-Campus Recruiting by companies and organizations is welcomed by Edgewood College to hold recruiting events on campus. The events can be tailored to the employers’ needs so it can identify potential candidates and develop relationships with faculty and students for existing or future career opportunities.

Attend events and programs to increase your organization’s visibility on campus and meet with students. Once each semester, Edgewood College holds a Career Fair where we ask employers to participate through attending panels, networking events, or mock interviews. Employers can also participate throughout the year in other career development workshops, panels, or information sessions.

Create internship programs that help you identify great talent and spread visibility of your organization via word-of-mouth advertising. If you are interested in hosting an intern, or would like help developing your internship program, please call 608.663.2329 or email Sara Hanson.

Employer Career Connect

Click on the red button above to access Career Connect, our online career management system.

Career Connect allows employers to:

Post and manage part-time, full-time employment and internship opportunities.

Create a visual profile on your company that is searchable by students and lets our students get to know your company in more ways than simply a logo.

Conduct searches for qualified applicants and view students’ visual profiles that outline their work history, academic accomplishments, and extracurricular information.

Contact Information

We are located at DeRicci Hall Room 209.

Hours of Operation
Phone: 608-663-2281
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