How To Survive (And Nail) A Job Interview Over Lunch

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Check out this article https://www.fastcompany.com/3068025/career-evolution/how-to-survive-and-nail-a-job-interview-over-lunch?partner=rss  as well as get practice by attending the Spring 2017 Professional Etiquette Dinner, Wednesday, March 1st from 5:30 p.m.-8 p.m. in the Denman Ballroom-UC 2.01.28 (to register & for more info:https://utsa.joinhandshake.com/career_fairs/1297).

By Sara Goede
Sara Goede Career Counselor
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By Veronica Rodriguez
Veronica Rodriguez Career Counselor-College of Business

The Difference Between a Cover Letter and the Email You Send With Your Application

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By Kate Kastl
Kate Kastl Career Counselor, College of Engineering

UTSA is set to launch a new undergraduate Chemical Engineering degree in Fall 2017 to “fill unmet need in Texas.” We’re looking forward to continuing our pursuit of contributing to society through the world of Engineering!

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Texas Stars-Sports Industry Career Fair

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Looking for an exciting career in the Sports Industry? The Texas Stars are hosting a Sports Industry Career Fair on March 22nd! For more information see http://www.texasstars.com/careerfair

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By Veronica Rodriguez
Veronica Rodriguez Career Counselor-College of Business
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10 CEOs Who Prove Your Liberal Arts Degree Isn’t Worthless

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Hearing a son or daughter say they’re majoring in the liberal arts has never made more parents’ hearts sink into their stomachs. STEM degrees appear atop nearly every ‘best majors’ list, President Barack Obama has made jabs at the …

By Martin Saenz
Martin Saenz Career Counselor
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