University Career Center Online

Welcome to University Career Center Online. Students and Employers can find resources, tips, and frequently asked questions on how to continue to stay connected with the University Career Center virtually! 

Students can schedule a virtual appointment with their Career Counselor on Handshake.

 

Click here to be navigated to Employer Resources.


Students

Resources

Handshake is the place where students and companies come to meet, network, and share opportunities for UTSA Students

Take some time to look through some of our favorite Resume Samples and other application document samples by college and/or population category below. We hope this helps! Once you have tailored your resume, upload it to your Handshake account to apply for jobs!

VMock provides students with instantaneous feedback on their resumes. Students submit their resume to VMock, artificial intelligence marks and provides corrections based on the parameters made by the University Career Center’s counseling team. If you are a College of Business student, please access VMock with this link: https://www.vmock.com/utsacspd/

Interview Stream allows students to get interview practice before the actual interview! Practice from the comfort of your computer and get feedback on how on well you did.

CareerShift is where students can find job opportunities from across the nation. CareerShift pulls jobs posting from all over the internet and puts them all in one place.

Candor has created a live list of organizations that are still hiring or in some version of a hiring freeze. This list is 100% user-generated. The University Career Center cannot confirm the accuracy of these statuses.


Featured Jobs


Virtual Fairs

Students also have the opportunity to connect with employers at the UT System Virtual Career Expo on April 7th!

Education Graduates: The University Career Center is hosting a UTSA Teachers Virtual Career Fair on April 14!


 

 

Employers

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any virtual options to recruit UTSA Students?
How can students see what job opportunities my organization has available?
Do you have resume books that you can provide for my organization to review?
Has the academic calendar been affected due to the extended spring break?
Do you have any recommendations to make for virtual recruitment?

Are there any virtual options to recruit UTSA Students?

Yes, the University Career Center is hosting two virtual career fairs. The University Career Center is collaborating with the UT System to bring all UT System students the first system-wide virtual career expo. Learn more about the expo HERE. We are also hosting a Teacher Virtual Career Fair to connect school districts with our College of Education and Human Development graduates. Learn more about the career fair HERE.

How can students see what job opportunities my organization has available?

Organizations can connect with students through Handshake. Students have access to the platform and are able to search for and apply to jobs that are posted. Organizations can also communicate with students through the messaging feature on Handshake. If you need any assistance posting a job, click HERE.

Do you have resume books that you can provide for my organization to review?

The UTSA University Career Center does not maintain a resume books, but organizations have the opportunity to search for students through Handshake. Employers can search for students based on a specific set of qualifications to find students to meet their hiring needs. HERE is a tutorial on how to search for students on Handshake.

Has the academic calendar been affected due to the extended spring break?

The academic calendar has been extended three additional days. The final day of classes will now be May 8, 2020. In turn, the exam schedule will be compressed to five days. Final exams will start May 11 and end May 15. Degrees will be conferred to students who are graduating this semester, however, in-person Commencement ceremonies previously scheduled for May 16-17 will be postponed.

Do you have any recommendations to make for employers trying to go virtual?

NACE has some resources and ideas on how to connect with students. For more information on connecting with students virtually visit NACE’s tip HERE. Handshake also allows organizations to host virtual events. For more information on hosting an event click HERE. If you are looking for information on how to create a virtual internship, InternBridge has an opportunity for organizations to learn more through a webinar on April 2. Click HERE for more information on the webinar.