Colleges and Programs
Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction – In the event you don’t know where to start with either preparing for a career in public education or are in need of support and resources for your current teaching endeavors, this website has the means to find you what you want to know.
WAICU (Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities) – This organization works together with all of Wisconsin private, non-profit colleges and universities in partner with Wisconsin industry and businesses. If you want to feel good about being on track with your program fitting in to what industry and business is needing and expecting of graduate, this may be a worthwhile website for you to explore.
American Indian Education – Resources such as articles, publications, lesson plans, teaching & learning tools, journals and more are available on this web page of the Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction.
BadgerLink – This is a very interesting website as it provides Wisconsin residents with ‘licensed’, trustworthy content not necessarily rendered in a typical web browser search. From personal interest to educational research and resources, you may want to take a look.
State of Wisconsin Dept. of Safety & Professional Services – College searches by program classification (construction trades, engineering, history, healthcare…just to name a few) are available on this website. As well, helpful information on financials relative to higher education.
HEAB Financial Aid Programs, Wisconsin (Higher Education Aids Board) – You will find, on this webpage of the HEAB, plenty of pertinent information on student financial aid including grants, scholarships and loan programs.
Job Seekers and Career
Job Center of Wisconsin – Don’t know where to start on your job search? This website is thorough and easy-to-navigate. An abundance of information all relative to helping you get out into the work world.
WDI Job Seeker – There are many county, city, state and industry job resource links to explore on this website.
Skill Explorer – This is an interesting tool if you are searching for a job based on your skillset and training as opposed to searching for a job by title.
State of Wisconsin Government Jobs – Interesting jobs with excellent benefits are posted here. Many search parameters to help you hone-in on specific opportunities.
Wisconsin Job Network – On this website your search for a job will be supported by featured employers, virtual career events, published articles, podcasts and more. An easy-to-navigate sight with good information.
Working in Wisconsin – Aside from the typical keyword job search, this easy website may deliver good data on job openings as well as information on what life is like in the state of Wisconsin.
Building Wisconsin Together (Construction Business Group) – If you are looking for an apprenticeship in the field of construction, this website may be very helpful. Also experience for journeyworkers to keep skills up-to-date and learn new and innovative methods.
Wisconsin Dept. of Health Services – Current job openings in this department are conveniently displayed.
iHireConstruction, Wisconsin - – Very simply, you want a job in construction in the state of Wisconsin, look no further than this search tool.
Wisconsin TechConnect – Here is a collaborative of Wisconsin’s 16 technical colleges to bring you online employment information and opportunities. The drill-down to information is easy and the results plentiful relative to jobs in the technical field.
Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction – This is a convenient search tool to locate current public and in-state transfer job opportunities.
Wisconsin Dept. of Children and Families – Here you can find a variety of career opportunities both at the DCF as well as other state agencies.
Leadership and Development
Paralegal Association of Wisconsin – As a way to further your networking and professional development, you might wish to review this website. As a member, you will be involved in chapter projects and community projects.
Wisconsin Builders Association – For the home building worker, being a member of this organization gives you access to many useful and complimentary resources to support your business and interests including construction and modeling contracts and forms, a member hotline for legal building code, and safety questions.
Entrepreneurs and Start-ups
One Stop, Wisconsin – This website will provide easy step-by-step process whereby your start-up business can find the requirements and tools needed for success. The process can include business registration and licensing.
Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs – On this site, veterans will find an abundance of information on centers, facilities, programs, benefits, and much much more. A super resource for our nation’s heroes.
The American Legion – Wisconsin – Here is a comprehensive resource directory to assist veterans, service members, and their dependents with questions about healthcare, financial assistant, and more.
Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin – If you are a veteran finding yourself at-risk or homeless, this organization work to help you get food, clothing, shelter, and other basic needs.