To the Parents of Sophomore Roadrunners:

Hi Roadrunner Parents!

A few tips for your student for their second year:

Motivate your student to draft a resume and get it critiqued by a Career Counselor if they have not done so. We can also help with decisions …

By Karen Ivy
Karen Ivy Assistant Director-Student Services Karen Ivy
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To the Parents of Freshman Roadrunners:

Hi all!

Here are a few tips that we believe would be helpful as you encourage your students to engage in their own career development!

Encourage your student to register with the Career Center on UTSA’s Handshake for access to …

By Karen Ivy
Karen Ivy Assistant Director-Student Services Karen Ivy
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Who Knows You?

It has become cliché for us to say the “It’s all about who you know, and more importantly, who knows you!” tag line with students and graduates of UTSA. You have heard it – multiple times. It’s simple to say, but …

By Karen Ivy
Karen Ivy Assistant Director-Student Services Karen Ivy
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Career Decision Making Model

Where are you?
Assess Myself
Examine who you are and what you like to do. Assessments are available to help you identify potential occupations that may interest you. Self- assessments do not tell you what you should do or should …

By Heidi Sawyer
Heidi Sawyer Associate Director of Career Development and College Relations Heidi Sawyer
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Thinking about becoming an instructor?

Are you going to miss the college setting? Have you given any thought to teaching? ‘Inside Higher Ed’ highlights a variety of faculty positions in the field of Engineering. Take some time to read through the required qualifications to …

By Kate Kastl
Kate Kastl Career Counselor-College of Engineering Kate Kastl
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Are you the first in your family to attend college?

The term ‘first-generation college student’ is used to describe students who are the first in their families to go to college. First-generation college students tend to enter college with less knowledge of the college experience and less family support. These …

By Tiffany Jackson
Tiffany Jackson Career Counselor-College of Liberal & Fine Arts Tiffany Jackson
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A Crash Course in Interviewing

Interviewing can be a very stressful time for many students, especially if you have never held a job. Here are some quick tips for acing the job interview, and leaving the greatest impression on the employer.

Do Your RESEARCH! There …

By Tiffany Jackson
Tiffany Jackson Career Counselor-College of Liberal & Fine Arts Tiffany Jackson
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Avin Jordan
By Avin Jordan
Avin Jordan Experiential Learning Program Coordinator Avin Jordan

Still looking for a summer internship, but your schedule is too busy for the traditional 8-5 shift? If so, don’t forget to check this month’s attached edition of “The Monthly Launch” and join us for a discussion on interning from your couch! #TheInvisibleOffice

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The University Career Center

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6 Tips for Landing a Last-Minute Summer Internship

Summer is here, and college students who don’t already have plans are scrambling to snag a last-minute internship. The reality is that by this time, many student-friendly jobs are already taken. Still students who haven’t yet secured a spot shouldn’t …

By Avin Jordan
Avin Jordan Experiential Learning Program Coordinator Avin Jordan
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