Students and alumni of Wisconsin’s private colleges, join us for the 25th Anniversary of Wisconsin's Premier Career and Internship Fair! Your Private College Connection: 20 Colleges, 150+ employers and graduate schools.

Date: Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Time: 3 p.m. -- 7 p.m.
Place: Wisconsin State Fair Park Exposition Center, Milwaukee, WI
8200 West Greenfield Avenue, West Allis, WI 53214

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Driving Directions

State Fair Park Directions website:
From the west: Take I-94 E to the 84th Street exit. Turn right onto South 84th Street. Enter at GATE 4.
From the east: Exit I-94 at 68th Street, proceed westbound on O'Connor Street to 76th  Street, turn left on 76th Street, then turn right on Greenfield Avenue. Turn right onto South 84th Street and enter at GATE 4

Special notes for guests traveling westbound:
The signs off the 68th Street exit will direct a left turn onto 70th Street. You may turn left onto 70th or continue westbound through the exit intersections onto O'Connor Street (recommended). If you turn left on 70th Street, proceed south on 70th and turn right onto Greenfield Avenue. Greenfield Avenue will also be posted as "WIS 59."

Non-Private Student/Alumni Policy:
The WorkForce Career & Internship Fair is a collaboration of the Wisconsin Private Colleges and Universities and, therefore, the event is limited exclusively to current students and alumni from member institutions. Job seekers from non-member institutions will not be allowed to enter, in order to uphold the intent of WorkForce.

Dress Code Policy:
The WorkForce Career & Internship Fair requires professional attire of its job seekers. For men, this is either a suit, dress slacks, button-up shirt, tie, and/or polo. For women, this is an appropriate length skirt (2” above the knee or longer), dress slacks, covering blouse, suit jacket, and no higher than 3” heels. If a job seeker is in extreme violation of the dress code policy, WIPCCC staff may ask him/her to leave the career fair.