office of Career Services
We are here to serve you beyond graduation. If you have graduated within the past 12 months, you have unlimited access to all of our services.
Alumni Follow Up Survey
Alumni of Fall 2011, Spring 2012, and Summer 2012: Please fill out this survey to update your Alumni records.
Resume and Cover Letter Reviews
Your resume is a primary tool in your job search. You can schedule a face-to face review or email your resume to CareerServices@tamuct.edu to learn how to effectively present your qualifications and skills. Find out more about Resumes and Cover Letters.
Mock interviews are vital to your interviewing success. Practice your interview skills with our virtual or face-to-face interviewing programs.
Career Coaching Sessions
Feeling lost in your career search? Questioning your professional identity? Career coaching offers the guidance you desire when your search feels daunting and overwhelming
The Office of Career Services hosts an annual Fall Job Expo. Don't miss this opportunity to network with employers and circulate your resume.
Business Etiquette Dinners
Interviews are not just conducted in offices. Often you'll find yourself in a situation where the employer asks you out to lunch or dinner as part of the interview process to try and learn more about you and your mannerisms. Don't miss a job offer because you didn't pass the rolls correctly! Find out more about Business Etiquette Dinners.
Federal Employment Workshop
Learn how to obtain a federal job and be a First-Time-Go. This workshop will help you design a winning application and learn the ins and outs of the federal employment system.
This is a fantastic monthly opportunity to network with employers. Explore the spring 2013 Roundtable schedule.
Lau Tzu's wise words, "He who knows himself is enlightened" are applicable to strategizing your success. Exploring yourself through a personality assessment can help you answer the common interview question, "Tell me about yourself". Answering the question becomes easier when you know your top strengths, interests, and abilities.
Alumni can continue to use their student WarrirorLink account to search for all types of employment including national, local, full-time, and part-time positions.
Graduate School Services
We offer assistance with curriculum vita and personal statement reviews and preparation for your graduate school interview.
Alumni Mentor Program
The Alumni Mentor Program connects students with alumni for the purpose of enhancing professional development.
Submit Your Warrior Success Story
Let us celebrate your new career, internship, or other professional opportunities by submitting your Warrior Success Story for review and display on the Career Services website.
- January 27th – Student Employment and Internships Workshop
- February 4th – Veterans Strengths Quest Workshop
- March 2nd-6th – Career Development Week
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