Wisconsin TechConnect

Find Jobs and Internships

Finding a job can be a challenge. Career and Employment Services is here to support you every step of the way. Connect early and often to increase your chances of having a job after graduation. Here are a few resources to use when searching for a career or internship:

Wisconsin TechConnect

Gateway uses Wisconsin TechConnect as its job and internship platform for students and alumni. It’s an easy-to-use web-based tool that allows students to improve their job search skills while they prepare for their careers.

Ready to get started? Log into Wisconsin TechConnect with your student ID.
Read Getting started with TechConnect for student instructions.

Are you a Gateway alumni?
Register for an alumni account or log in if already registered.

Are you Gateway faculty or staff?
Register for a faculty/staff account or log in if already registered.


Internships are a great way to gain practical work experience in your field of study. Gateway internships are directly coordinated through the appropriate academic department or may be posted on Wisconsin TechConnect.

Other Job Search Sites

In addition to Wisconsin TechConnect, explore and find your favorite online job search tools. Here are a few examples: Indeed.com, CareerBuilder.com, Monster.com, Linkedin.com, SimplyHired.com; local and government jobs: JobCenterofWisconsin.com, Wisc.Jobs, USAJobs.gov; internships: WisConnect.

Employment Connections

Gateway’s Career and Employment Services office is here to provide students and graduates with employment assistance, educating students in the areas of career planning, employment trends, job searching and making connections. Contact Career and Employment Services at 1-800-247-7122 or ces@gtc.edu.

Federal Work Study

Federal Work Study is a form of financial aid that provides students with financial need with part-time jobs in fields similar to the student’s degree.

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