Student Jobs & Internships
Electric Food Truck Lead, Campus Dining & Culinary Services – Campus
Under the supervision of the Dining & Culinary Services Sustainability Coordinator, this position coordinates day-to-day operations of the sustainability-themed electric food truck and assists with food sustainability initiatives in the dining halls. This includes light driving, customer service, managing finances, and social media promotion of the truck and its commitment to sustainability.
Diversity Initiative Student Intern, Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement – Campus
Want to make an impactful, positive change at UW-Madison? Join the Division of Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement (DDEEA) Internship Program. The DDEEA Internship Program provides high-impact employment opportunities for students to develop marketable work experience. Interns grow personally and professionally as leaders in diversity and inclusion in a workplace that empowers students to realize their potential and express their identities.
Entry Level and Professional Jobs
Badger Precollege Project Coordinator, Division of Continuing Studies – campus
This role helps to support the precollege residential and commuter programs run by the Badger Precollege Unit in the Division of Continuing Studies. Programs include, but are not limited to, Summer Music Clinic, Imaging Self, and Badger Summer Scholars. The role reports to the Associate Director of Operations for Badger Precollege, supports the precollege team through providing administrative support for educational and residential processes, maintaining and improving program goals, assessing ongoing program performance, & providing day-to-day oversight of administrative & operational functions for summer precollege programs.
Communications Manager, La Follette School of Public Affairs – Campus
This position will be responsible for the oversight and leadership of all communications and marketing efforts for the La Follette School. The position will utilize various evidence-based media and communication vehicles and strategies to promote the La Follette School, events, alumni, and faculty research.
Professor of Native American and Indigenous Studies in Education, Department of Curriculum & Instruction – Campus
The Department of Curriculum & Instruction at UW-Madison seeks a scholar who studies and has lived experience with Native American and/or Indigenous learners, educators, communities, histories and/or knowledge systems related to teaching and learning in formal or informal settings for learners of any age. The ideal candidate has expertise in areas such as but not limited to historical and cultural contexts of Native American and Indigenous education, theoretical and methodological approaches for educational research, epistemologies for teaching and learning, language revitalization efforts in education, and/or research collaborations with Native American, First Nations and/or Indigenous communities around the world.
Assistant Professor of Ecological Landscape Design & Restoration, Department of Planning & Landscape Architecture – Campus
The Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture invites applications for a tenure-track, assistant professor position in landscape architecture, specializing in ecological design and restoration. This is a 9-month, academic year, full-time position with responsibilities for teaching, research, and service.
Communications Manager, American Society of Adaptation Professionals – Remote
American Society of Adaptation Professionals (ASAP) is recruiting a Communications Manager to provide high-quality processes, campaigns, content, and services for all of ASAP’s communication channels: direct email, website, social media, and marketing materials. The Communications Manager will be an integral member of the ASAP Staff Team with a critical role in sharing program opportunities and accomplishments, lifting up member stories, building the ASAP brand, and strengthening the adaptation field.
Student Jobs Board – UW–Madison
Student Jobs provides students access to thousands of part-time employment opportunities both through UW–Madison as well as businesses and families within the local community.
Handshake – UW–Madison
Handshake makes it easy for every student to explore on campus and virtual career events, connect to jobs and internships both locally and beyond, and get personalized job recommendations based on your major, interests and more.
Wisconsin Scholarship Hub – UW–Madison
A list of scholarship opportunities available to students with information about the applications, deadlines, eligibility criteria, award amounts, donors, and more.
The City is looking for great people who want to make a real difference in their communities. Join the City of Madison and be part of a smart, innovative team looking to build a great city today and tomorrow.
From Accountants to Zoo Keepers, Dane County Government has many different jobs available. We strive to recruit individuals who are passionate about making an impact on our communities.
Climate Corp Fellowships, Strategic Energy Innovations – Across the U.S.
Climate Corps is a full-time, paid 10-month fellowship program where participants receive extensive training & support, including monthly trainings and a personal development plan, to help them implement climate change resiliency projects in their community. Application deadlines vary by position.
Fund for the Public Interest – Madison, WI and other locations
Fund For the Public Interest is partnering with groups like Environment America to take on polluters, tackle climate change or get pesticides out of our food supply. These groups have recruited for 35 years to generate the people power they need to take on Exxon Mobil, Monsanto or other opposition and win. Students will get the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in grassroots organizing, learn valuable communication and leadership skills, and have the opportunity to plan and participate in a variety of campaign events.
Nelson Institute Scholarships – UW-Madison
Ongoing scholarships offered by the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies. Application deadlines vary.