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Winter Break 2011 Job Shadow Program

No plans for winter break?

Looking to explore your career interests and goals?

Wanting to learn more about, and observe, various types of job functions at an employer?

Wanting to build a network with professionals and learn about their career backgrounds and interests?

Interested in possible internship and job opportunities at anemployer?

If you have these questions and more, then consider doing a job shadow experience!

You are invited to participate in the Letters and Science Career Services (LSCS) Job Shadow program. Job shadowing will help you with your career exploration, goals and options.

The program will occur during the week of January 3 to 7 and January 10 to 14, 2011, during time frames that are either setby the employer or mutually agreed upon by the employer and the participants. Participants are responsible for their own transportation to and from the employer. Shadows will occur in a variety of geographical regions in the U.S., within convenient range of students with permanent home addresses in these areas. (Madison is also included for students in Madison over Winter Break.)

Theenclosed guide is a description of job shadow opportunities available at participating employers.

If you are interested in participating in a job shadow experience at any of these employers during Winter Break, please complete the job shadow program interest survey at the end of the guide and send it to Greg Iaccarino, Career and Internship Advisor, at gjiaccar@wisc.edu or drop it off at Lettersand Science Career Services office location at 1305 Linden Drive, Suite 205. We ask that you submit the survey by Friday, December 3.

We will then be in further contact with you and match you with employers of interest.
If you have any questions, please contact Greg Iaccarino at gjiaccar@wisc.edu or 608.265.9205. Thank you!


L&S Career Services Job Shadow ProgramJob Shadow Opportunities Available at Participating Employers
Winter Break 2010-2011

**NOTE: The job shadow will occur at the specific location (city and state) of the employer.

American Family Insurance (Madison, WI and Eden Prairie, MN)

At American Family Insurance, we are committed to providing our customers with the products they want and the service they expect. Wepledge to be there for customers at their time of need, to treat them in a helpful, caring and fair manner, and to deliver services that are clear, easy to understand and convenient to use. We welcome people who share those values with us and who want to do and be their best. Under our roof you’ll find the opportunity to do work that matters, to collaborate and learn, and to be rewarded forperformance in a caring, inclusive environment that lets you balance work with life.

Job shadow participants would be able to shadow in the claims area, underwriting and information technology. Location of the job shadows can be at American Family's offices in Madison, WI and Eden Prairie, MN. All majors are welcome to participate.

American Field Service (AFS) (St. Paul, MN)
www.afs.orgAFS has been the leader in intercultural exchange for more than 60 years and has a network of 400,000 alumni worldwide.Commitment to the AFS Mission is a hallmark of the staff. Going the extra mile to assure students, families and the schools they attend are supported at all times is the standard. Flexibility and humor are appreciated. This is fast moving environment working in across theUnited States and around the world to support high school students coming to study and live with families the United States, and U.S. students who choose to study abroad. Skill use of digital technology is useful. There are continuous changes governmental (Department of State) requirements governing international exchange, and those require changes but in the information provided via the...
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