Hire the best: Hire L&S Students

The College of Letters & Science (L&S) is the largest school at UW-Madison–home to over 16,000 talented, humble and hardworking undergraduates.

We understand that recruiting on a large campus like UW-Madison can be a challenging experience. From finding the correct people to work with, to figuring out the best way to reach and recruit the best students for your internships and full time positions, SuccessWorks is dedicated to helping you meet your hiring goals in the College of Letters & Science.

How to Hire L&S Students

Post your positions on Handshake, and work with the SuccessWorks team to craft a recruitment strategy that yields the best candidates.
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Partner with SuccessWorks

Maximize your talent recruitment and visibility through a specialized partnership with UW-Madison’s largest college.
Employer Partnership Program.

A Hiring Pool of 16,000+ Undergraduates

3,215+ graduating students in 2016-17

63 undergraduate majors

34 academic departments

5 professional schools

6,000+ students active on Handshake

3,000+ minority students: Most of any school or college at UW

L&S students are competitive: 90% placement rate

63% of students complete an internship. More than half of these students complete two or more internships

"Across our company we work to cultivate talent, looking for people who are curious, hardworking, and always looking to improve. SuccessWorks helps us to connect with students who share those values."

Sentry Insurance

"The last five UW hires have all been amazing. We come here because those five, they don't stop. They are taught not to quit, and in all of our projects they're our top leaders."

Qualtrics

The Employer Relations Team

Angie White

Director of Internships & Employer Services

angie.white@wisc.edu

Duane Cooper

Director of Employer Development

duane.cooper@wisc.edu

Nate Doolin

Recruiting & Events Coordinator

ndoolin@wisc.edu

Committed to Diversity & Inclusion

The College of Letters & Science endeavors to make academic excellence inclusive by sustaining a community of free inquiry in which people of diverse race, ethnicity, cultures, veteran status, marital status, socio-economic level, national origin, religious belief, physical ability, sexual orientation, age, class, political ideology and lifestyle participate in, contribute to and benefit equally from a liberal arts education based on the Wisconsin Idea — one in which we all contribute to advancing society.

Learn more about our commitment to diversity & inclusion.