The Wisconsin School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Madison provides a service to its students by allowing employers to recruit and interview its students using the Handshake system (including, but not limited to, on-campus interviewing, career fairs, information sessions, and résumé books). In providing these services, the Wisconsin School of Business seeks to maximize student choice in their selection of career-related employment. The school requires that any employer using these services must abide by all applicable federal, state, and local laws prohibiting discrimination in hiring.
The Handshake site is for students in a degree-granting program seeking full-time, part-time, and internship career-related positions posted by small and large businesses, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and on-campus employers who adhere to Equal Employment Opportunity guidelines. Third-party firms that wish to recruit at the Wisconsin School of Business will be permitted to create a profile and post positions only (see NACE Principles for Third Party Recruiters). Positions that request donations, fees, or investments, or offer items or services for sale cannot be listed on Handshake.
We reserve the right to refuse a job posting that is not career-related and geared toward our students who are in degree-granting programs. Employers with positions that fall within this category may inquire about posting on the UW Student Job Center website.
The Wisconsin School of Business reserves the right to refuse service to employers due to any of the following: requiring at the time of application personal information such as bank account and social security numbers; misrepresentation by dishonest information or absence of information; email accounts such as Yahoo, AOL, and Gmail that are not affiliated with the hiring organization; P.O. Box addresses; fraud; harassment of University of Wisconsin-Madison students, alumni, or staff; breach of confidentiality; failure to adhere to these policies and/or any violation of University of Wisconsin-Madison rules and regulations, as well as local, state, and federal laws.