JobUp Milwaukee


JobUp Milwaukee is a work-education program that combines traditional classroom learning with paid on-the-job work experience.

Learning Through Jobs and Academics!

jobup-heart-hand.pngMATC has developed strong employer relationships to help students work in the healthcare setting while earning a college degree. You will be skilling up at MATC in the classroom and working part or full time at a healthcare organization, preparing to “jobup” into your future career path.

Students have held positions at companies located in the Menomonee River Valley and the Havenwoods Business Improvement Districts.

This academic year, Froedtert Hospital is our lead employer, with positions that will help students explore various duties in a hospital setting. In addition, we are exploring opportunities with other employers for positions in the healthcare setting.

To be considered for placement, students MUST attend an information session.

Sign up here to attend the next information session about positions at Froedtert Hospital on Thursday, May 12 or Thursday, June 2.

Who can apply for JobUp Milwaukee?

➔ Current MATC Healthcare Pathway students

➔ Students willing to work with an employer at least two semesters

➔ If you are not an MATC student but are interested in learning more, you can still sign up for an information session to learn how to become a student and apply for a position.

For Students

  • Earn wages with an employer
  • Build your résumé with work experience
  • Receive job readiness assistance
  • Increase employability and earning power
  • Work with an employer for multiple semesters
  • Gain insights into your career pathway

For Employers

  • Advertise your job postings
  • Review résumés of interested candidates
  • Arrange interviews
  • Build your company’s reputation as a leader in your sector
  • Reduce your recruitment and training costs
  • Receive support for you and your student worker during the work term

For more information about JobUp Milwaukee, please contact:

Courtney Kelly, Program Coordinator