How Immigrants are Driving American Business

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Study after study show that immigrants are good for business and have a positive impact on the economy. Many immigrants are entrepreneurial. They start small businesses, create jobs, pay taxes and revitalize our inner cities. Some work two or three …

By Mysti Frazier
Mysti Frazier Career Counselor-College of Business Mysti Frazier
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Veteran & Graduate Students Networking Mixer

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Attention all Veterans/Transitioning Veterans and spouses, The UTSA University Career Center is proud to announce our fall semesters, Veteran & Graduate Students Networking Mixer. Come join us for an evening of networking with top employers at The Omni San Antonio …

By Veronica Rodriguez
Veronica Rodriguez Career Counselor-College of Business Veronica Rodriguez
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Petco Store-Leader-in-Training Program

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Petco will be on campus September 19th from 1:30-4:30 in the HUC Ballroom

Stop by and see why caring for pets and their parents is a meaningful career— it’s been our passion for more than 50 years!

In our Store-Leader-in-Training …

By Regina Gomez
Regina Gomez Program Manager-On-Campus Recruitment Regina Gomez
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Take Your Networking Toolbox To The Next Level (Based On Real LinkedIn Data)

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If you’re on LinkedIn and have a complete profile, there’s a good chance you’ve received “InMail,” the platform’s messaging feature for people who aren’t first-degree connections. Used well, InMail can be a powerful networking tool.

For more information on how …

By Abreetta Bonner
Abreetta Bonner Career Counselor-College of Engineering Abreetta Bonner
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Job Barriers Are Fading For Those With Disabilities

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$10,000 Scholoarship for Accounting Students

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Jorge Caballero Student Leadership Award

Deloitte LLP, in partnership with the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU), is offering the Jorge Caballero Student Leadership Award. This award provides $10,000 in funds for high-achieving Hispanic accounting students who have demonstrated …

By Lorrenza Vandiver
Lorrenza Vandiver Assistant Director-Professional Development and Diversity Lorrenza Vandiver
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Ask a Recruiter: How Can I Be Sure the Culture is a Good Fit?

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Dear Recruiter,

I’m in the final interview stages at a company I’m pretty excited about. The role is great for me and feels like a step up in my career. The problem is that I’m not sure it’s going to …

By Mysti Frazier
Mysti Frazier Career Counselor-College of Business Mysti Frazier
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A few tips to help you prepare for the IT interview

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A few tips on preparing for the IT interview

1) Do your research on the company and on the interview process. Websites such as glassdoor and linkedin can give you an insight to a company’s specific hiring procedures.  If you …

By Tara Ryan
Tara Ryan Career Counselor-College of Sciences Tara Ryan
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An Anonymous Interview with a 22-Year Old Working in Investment Banking

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First up, a woman in one of the most male-dominated industries of them all: investment banking. Sure, we’ve heard the horror stories of 100+ hour work weeks, fraternity-esque hazing of entry-level employees, and of course, rampant sexual harassment. But it’s probably not …

By Veronica Rodriguez
Veronica Rodriguez Career Counselor-College of Business Veronica Rodriguez
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6 Types of Internships for Journalism Majors

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For those majoring in journalism, there is no better way to explore potential career options than by taking on an internship. Internships for journalism majors are wide-ranging, giving you the hands-on experience you need and an in-depth look at …

By Lorrenza Vandiver
Lorrenza Vandiver Assistant Director-Professional Development and Diversity Lorrenza Vandiver
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