How can the University Career Center assist COEHD Students?

The University Career Center is a resource that is available to all currently enrolled UTSA students, as well as UTSA Alumni. There are many services that are available to UTSA students and alumni, and the following article will highlight what services are available to students/alumni. The UTSA University Career Center can assist students with the following:

Career Advising/Planning – We assist students/alumni with career development, career assessment, interpretation of assessment results, creating career action plans, and address any other concerns related to the development of career related direction and focus.

Job Search Skills – Assist students in learning how to develop effective job search skills that can serve you during your job search/searches. We assist with resume writing and development, developing interview skills, identifying useful job search tools/resources, building and utilizing your network of contacts, and assisting with other job search related concerns.

On-Campus Recruiting – Opportunities to directly connect with employers/organizations that have an interest in recruiting/hiring UTSA students and alumni via attending information sessions, conducting table recruiting out and around campus, or conducting On-Campus Recruiting Interviews.

Workshops and Events – The University Career Center offers workshops and events throughout the year including employer information sessions, group mock interviews, etiquette dinners, and Wednesday lunch-and-learn workshops. We also host Federal Careers Week, as well as the Career Conference (every August).

Career Fairs – Each semester, The University Career Center hosts several top-notch career fairs for students to explore employment options with a variety of employers. We conduct industry specific career fairs related to: STEM Careers, Education, All Majors, Oil and Gas.

Job Listings specifically for UTSA Students and Alumni – Hundreds of job listings through the Career Center database that includes work-study, on-campus non work-study positions, part-time jobs, internships and co-ops, full-time, and full-time entry-level positions.

Helpful Resources and Web Links – Provide information from top career websites to help you research, network, and negotiate your way to a successful career.

 

By Michael Zucker
Michael Zucker Career Counselor, College of Education & Human Development Michael Zucker