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  • What is Eagle Opportunities?

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    Eagle Opportunities is UW-La Crosse’s online career services management system that provides students access to internships, full-time jobs, career fairs, information sessions, and more.
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    With Eagle Opportunities, you can:

    • search internship and full-time job postings and apply online
    • create job search agents to receive an email when new positions that match your search criteria are posted
    • be considered for on-campus interviews for open positions
    • learn about jobs and internships available through our Career Fairs
    • prepare for and practice your interviewing skills anywhere and anytime via your webcam using InterviewStream

    Want to get started?

    Read through our step by step instructions and policies for using Eagle Opportunities.

    Questions? Email the Career Services office at career@uwlax.edu.

    To login to Eagle Opportunities, current students (and alums within two years of graduation) use the following information:

    • Username = student ID number
    • Password = the default is set to the last four digits of student id number


    Alumni members can also use Eagle Opportunities; however, the majority of positions are internship or entry level:

    • Alumni can contact Career Services to have your account activated. 
    • Email: career@uwlax.edu or Phone: (608) 785-8514

     

    Acknowledgements and consent to release information for job and internship seekers using Eagle Opportunities.

    By logging into your Eagle Opportunities profile:

    You authorize the staff of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Career Services office to grant access to and/or release information relating to you contained in the computer files and hard copy files of said office to all prospective authorized employers, or individuals deemed appropriate by the staff, for the purpose of furthering efforts to assist you in securing an internship, cooperative education experience, employment or other career related endeavors. Such records may contain personal information, resumes, cover letters or other information that you have uploaded into Eagle Opportunities;

    You acknowledge that you are solely responsible for the accuracy of your profile data and uploaded documents; 

    You understand that registration data on gender, disabled status, veteran status, ethnicity (race), and birth date (age) collected through completion of your profile is voluntary and that leaving these fields blank will not affect your Eagle Opportunities registration.

    You further understand that no written release is required for the distribution of the information contained in Eagle Opportunities. After activating your online profile, in order to revoke this authorization, you can do so by indicating such in the appropriated field in your online profile.

    The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Career Services Office is an equal opportunity employer and will not knowingly sponsor or list openings that discriminate, practice deception, or violate federal and state employment statutes. The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse reserves the right to refuse job listings from any employer if there is a concern about an organization's or individual's employment practices.

    Employers posting job openings on Eagle Opportunities are not necessarily affiliated with, nor endorsed by the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Therefore, by accepting listings on the job board, the University of Wisconsin- La Crosse is in no manner sponsoring or endorsing any employer. The university acts solely as a referral service that is free of charge for both employers and job seekers and makes no claim or representation regarding the validity of positions posted with our office. UW-La Crosse is not responsible for the wages, safety, or working conditions of any employment.

    We ask all students to use “due diligence” before accepting any employment. Also be aware that wages that are based partially or fully on sales or commissions are not guaranteed. All hiring and compensation for work performed by student employees is handled directly between the student and the employer. The Career Services Office does not perform background checks on students nor on employers. Therefore, employers and students are encouraged to request reference information from each other.