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Become an i.c.stars Employer

Connect your business with Milwaukee’s brightest technology talent and future leaders

Watch our 3-minute video about the launch of i.c.stars Milwaukee.

“i.c.stars brings that baseline knowledge for tech workers to the greater community and creates workers you can hire and put right into jobs… They’re ready to work.”

— William Caraher, CIO, von Briesen & Roper s.c.

Hire from i.c.stars

i.c.stars |* milwaukee graduates are available on a direct hire and contract-to-hire basis. For more information please contact milwaukee@icstars.org.

Since our program began in Chicago in 1999, the i.c.stars leadership curriculum has been recognized by employers as the primary strength behind our graduates. The leadership skills gained during the i.c.stars training program enable our graduates to outperform other junior level talent in business and technology.

With an intensive workforce development training program and a two-year practicum of continued education and work experience, i.c.stars graduates are ideally suited to serve your business needs.

Recent job placements from i.c.stars |* chicago include:

  • Application Analyst, Accenture
  • System Engineer, United Airlines
  • Tech. Support Specialist, Relativity
  • Scrum Master, Univar
  • Jr. Project Manager, HUB International
  • Web Developer, McCormick Foundation
  • App Developer, The Private Bank
  • Front End Developer, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
  • Software Engineering Analyst, Accenture
  • Innovation Analyst, Salesforce
  • Service Desk Analyst, SHI
  • Web Content Specialist, eshots
  • Business Systems Analyst Intern, Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago
  • Quality Assurance Analyst, Wheels
  • Front-end Developer, US Foods
  • Business Analyst, ISAC
  • SAS/SQL developer, MPA Healthcare Solutions
Measure of Impact


Interns hired within completing the four month intensive internship.


Interns enter the technology field after program completion.


12 month earnings increase after program (based on averages).