About the University Career Center
WHAT WE DO:
- Career Advising
- Teaching Job Search Skills
- On-Campus Interviews
- Host Workshops and Events
- Career Fairs
- Job Listings
- Online Mock Interviews
- Provide Helpful Resources and Web Links
- Help you Report Your Job
The Career Center has developed a four year plan for parents of Roadrunners to follow as well! Take a look at what we suggest you do for your Roadrunner each year of their academic career by clicking on the links below.
|Parents of Freshman Roadrunners||Parents of Sophomore Roadrunners|
|Parents of Junior Roadrunners||Parents of Senior Roadrunners|
The professional advising staff at Career Center is available to assist students with career development, choosing a major, developing career action plans and other concerns related to career direction..
Teach Job Search Skills
The Career Center is a strong proponent for teaching students the skills necessary to conduct effective job searches throughout their life and career cycle. They are available to assist students with resume development, interview skills, conducting a job search, and other job search-related concerns.
Many employers come to campus to interview UTSA students. Learn how to participate in on-campus interviews.
Host Workshops and Events
The Career Center offers workshops and events throughout the year including employer information sessions, skills training and etiquette dinners..
Career Center hosts several top-notch career fairs throughout the year to give students the opportunity to explore employment options with a variety of employers..
Learn about the job listings Career Center offers, including part-time positions, internships and co-ops, and full-time career positions.
Online Mock Interviews
Career Center offers online mock interviews to give students the opportunity to practice interviewing before that first interview.
Provide Helpful Resources and Web Links
Find links and information from top career websites to help you research, network, and negotiate your way to a successful career.
Guide Students And Report Your Job
If you have accepted a part-time position, internship, or full-time internship, please let us know by completing this form. Reports are compiled for the Board of Regents, colleges, and departments to show where UTSA graduates go after graduation.