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  • Bronco Spotlights
  • Students at an engineering expo

    Engineering Expo 2016

    September 21, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Parkview Campus

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  • A photo from the Nurse Networking Day 2010 featuring candidates speaking with representatives from Bronson in the atrium of the College of Health and Human Services building.

    Nurse Networking Day 2016

    August 30, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., in the atrium of the College of Health and Human Services Building. For WMU nursing students. 

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Our mission is to empower students to develop the skills necessary for reaching their career goals.

Career and Student Employment Services at Western Michigan University offers employment services, career fairs, career advising, campus employment, resume review, cover letter assistance, and job search strategies. 

Activate your BroncoJOBS account at https://wmich.joinhandshake.com to post your resume, apply for internships and jobs, and look for career events on campus.

Core Values

Students - Focus on students. Cultivate experiences that guide students towards academic, career, social, and lifetime success and happiness. 

Diversity and Inclusion - Advocate for an open and inclusive campus. Be mindful of the unique perspectives and lived experiences of those who do and those who do not represent the traditional majority. Actively respect the ideas, values, contributions, and perspectives of others. 

Trust and Accountability - Complete tasks with integrity, take responsibility for our actions, follow through on our commitments, and communicate respectfully about the process and outcome. 

Service - Take initiative to understand, research, and offer ethical and appropriate solutions. Represent Career and Student Employment Services and Western Michigan University positively and professionally. 

Collaboration - Utilize the unique talents and strengths of team members and partners; share ownership of the process and outcome. 

Communication - Be open, transparent, and respectful of the ideas, values, strengths, and perspectives of others. Use active listening and seek mutual understanding. 

Efficiency - Use available resources, such as data and others' expertise, to inform our decisions. Consider what is best for the whole system. Look for ways to avoid redundancy and complacency.