Education and career information for adults in the community
If you’re an adult in the Madison or surrounding area and you have questions about achieving your career or educational goals, meet an Adult Career and Special Student Services advisor at one of the following Madison-area public libraries, neighborhood centers, or festivals. Get information about career and educational planning, including individual advising, admission to educational institutions, financial assistance, child care, and other adult student concerns.
This service is free. You do not need to make an appointment—just drop by! For more information contact: Ileana Rodríguez, outreach specialist, 608-263-6787; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Talk with an educational advisor at one of these community locations. Please note: outdoor events may depend on weather.
Drop-in Sessions at Goodman South Madison Branch Library
Villager Mall, 2222 South Park St, Madison
|Thu, Nov 21||
Trek Bicycle Corp. (employees only)
|9 am-1 pm||
161 S Jackson St, Waterloo, WI
|Fri, Dec 6||Wisconsin Association for Public Procurement (registered participants only)||10:30 am-noon||Crowne Plaza Hotel, 4402 E Washington Ave., Madison|
Education and career information for your employees
Employers: We can help arrange on-site educational information services or educational fair exhibits for your employees, advising about credit and noncredit opportunities for career development or personal enrichment at UW-Madison. We also arrange career counseling and customized workshops for employees of your business. Call 608-263-6960 or e-mail email@example.com for more information.
UW-Madison Office of Corporate Relations
The Office of Corporate Relations is a resource for local companies and entrepreneurs to connect with a broad range of services available on the UW-Madison campus.
UW-Madison Small Business Development Center
The Small Business Development Center offers business counseling and education opportunities for business owners in Dane, Sauk, and Columbia counties.
Southern Wisconsin Association for Continuing Higher Education (SWACHE)
More than a dozen leading, accredited educational institutions in southern Wisconsin have joined together to present comprehensive education fairs. One contact allows you to promote continuing education opportunities from each school to employees of your business.