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Life at WEDC

Love Where You Work. Love Where You Live.

WEDC employees are diverse in their backgrounds, skills, expertise and interests, but they all share a common passion for making a positive impact on the state’s economic growth. They are a group of individuals with a strong spirit of cooperation who work toward a common goal of maintaining the core values of the organization:

  • Integrity – We will hold ourselves to the highest ethical standards
  • Respect – We will value and support each other
  • Accountability – We will monitor our actions, celebrate our successes and commit to continuous improvement
  • Collaboration – We will build strong relationships to accomplish our mission
  • Customer Centeredness – We will maintain the highest level of responsiveness to our customers

WEDC helps to foster this passion and empower the thought-leadership of its employees through a strong, dedicated leadership team, and by providing advanced tools and technologies that encourage collaboration.

We offer our employees a comprehensive and competitive benefits package and, while WEDC observes core working hours between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm Monday through Friday, flexible work schedules may be arranged depending upon the needs of the business.

People on this team work hard and are very supportive of one another. Also, everyone has a great sense
of humor.

— Patti Holden, SEP Program Manager, WEDC

Life In Madison, WI

As a college town and capital city, Madison offers a unique combination of culture, recreation, growth and stability that consistently make it a top community to live, work, play and raise a family.

Highlights:

  • With a population of 230,000, Madison is the second largest city in Wisconsin.
  • The crown jewel of the city’s downtown is the State Capitol and its stunning rotunda, modeled after the Capitol in Washington, D.C.
  • On Saturdays throughout the spring, summer and fall, more than 170 area farmers transform the Capitol Square into a nationally recognized open-air market, providing farm-to-table produce, meat, cheese and baked goods.
  • The Madison area features five lakes, more than 260 parks and 120 miles of shared-use trails and paths.
  • The University of Wisconsin−Madison provides access to vibrant culture, world-renowned research and development, intellectual thought leadership and top-ranked athletics.

To learn more about all that Madison has to offer, visit the Greater Madison Convention and Visitor Bureau or the City of Madison.