Connecting Students & Employers

Are you looking for employees with relevant, hands-on training specific to your industry and needs? Working closely with business and industry partners, CVTC develops programs and curriculum aimed at ensuring our grads hit the job running with the skills and qualities you're look for in employees.

What are you looking to do?

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Post a Position to CVTC Students or Learn More About Internships

Post Your Position
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Attend a CVTC Career Fair to Meet Prospective Candidates

Attend an Event
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Get in Touch with CVTC to Learn More About Forming a Partnership

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Post Job & Internship Opportunities

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Attention employers! Our graduates are ready to join your company and contribute. We partner with Wisconsin TechConnect to allow you to recruit graduates and students from the 16 Wisconsin Technical Colleges. Click on the link below to post your professional positions on the Wisconsin TechConnect website.

Post Your Position

Why post jobs to Wisconsin TechConnect?

  • Easily post jobs, internships, and events to all 16 technical colleges in the Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) using a single entry point
  • Is a FREE state-wide job posting service that puts quality technical college candidates at your fingertips
  • Over 50,000 jobs are posted each year
  • Over 11,000 employers currently registered on Wisconsin TechConnect™
  • Approved job posts can be directly emailed to job seekers who match program and/or skill criteria
  • Participation in the Wisconsin TechConnect platform allows access to student and alumni profiles and résumés
  • Enables you to establish a partnership by reaching students and alumni for employment opportunities at your organization
  • Within 72 hours of submitting a job post for review and approval, it can be viewed by all technical college students!
  • Learn more about how employers can use Wisconsin TechConnect.
 

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Starting an Internship Program

Internships are a great way for students to gain relevant, real-world experience and for employers to find hard-working, future employees. Partnering with businesses in our area, CVTC strives to align our programs with industry to develop win-win relationships between students and employers. 

How do you begin an internship program?

First, let's discuss what an internship is. For students, it's an opportunity to work in their program field, gaining hands-on experience which will help prepare them for a job after graduation. It also allows students to meet people in the field, start to develop relationships, and can often times apply their internship experience toward course credit.

For employers, it's an avenue to find motivated, trained part-time employees who can turn into valuable, professional positions. This low-cost recruiting tool can provide additional assistance for increased business or seasonal work, fill unique skills gaps in your workforce, and provide new perspectives to your business.

Some facts about internships:

  • Most students work an average of 10-15 hours per week. It's important to understand interns are students first and cannot work more than 20 hours a week.
  • You will work with the intern and program coordinator to set goals, monitor progress, and conduct a mid-term and final evaluation. Each program has specific hour requirements for internships.
  • An internship opportunity can be a paid or unpaid experience, depending on your company mission and the position requirements. Some programs (such as IT programs) normally receive payment for their internships.  

What are the benefits of having an internship program?

  • Find future employees
  • Test-drive talent
  • Enhance perspective: Interns bring fresh ideas and new talent
  • Reach company goals with extra workload assistance
  • Contribute to developing a skilled workforce
Get Started!

Getting an internship program started at your small business or company is easy! Contact CVTC today to get started!

 

Attend a Career Fair

We encourage area employers to register for upcoming career fair events by utilizing the WI TechConnect system. Please note, all open positions must be posted on WI TechConnect before attending a career fair event.

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Get in touch!

Want to learn more about hiring CVTC grads? Drop us a line and we'll reach out with more information!

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Looking for more information on internships?

We'd love to hear from you! Contact our program faculty to learn more about starting an internship in your company. We're here to help!

Accounting
Jason Szymanski
Email Jason, 715-858-1861

Business Management
Shelly Schullo-Johnson
Email Shelly, 715-858-1820

Culinary Management
Jonathan Fike
Email Jonathan, 715-831-7328

Diesel Technician
Rusty Naylor
Email Rusty, 715-552-8366

Executive Assistant
Laurie Boettcher
Email Laurie, 715-833-6390

Human Resources
Shelly Schullo-Johnson
Email Shelly, 715-858-1820

IT - Network Specialist
Eric Brusky
Email Eric, 715-831-7239

IT - Software Developer
Shawn Creviston
Email Shawn, 715-831-7210

Marketing
Laurie Boettcher
Email Laurie, 715-833-6390

Paralegal
Mark Barker
Email Mark, 715-833-6355

Professional Communications
Laurie Boettcher
Email Laurie, 715-833-6390