About Career Services
The mission of University Career Services, a division of Student Life, is to encourage and assist students in the discovery of their unique talents and gifts, development of career and job-related skills, and leadership in purpose and vision as they pursue their vocation.
Full-Time and Part-Time Jobs
The Career Center maintains full-time, internships, and part-time job openings in Handshake. Students may set up Handshake job agents.
Individual appointments may be made to go over your resume. We will help you customize your resume to the targeted or semi-targeted search for an internship, part-time, or full-time position.
Mock interviews are offered to prepare for a job interview. Topics include questions frequently asked by interviewers, how to prepare, how to dress, nervous habits, and more. Mock interviews should be scheduled in advance.
Assessments provide information on your interests, abilities, and values. Many students take an assessment to help them select a major or minor, or clarify careers they can pursue. We offer the Strong Interest Inventory, I Start Strong, Traitify, and the Myers-Briggs. There is no charge for students and alumni. Contact Career Services for instructions and for an appointment to review your results: (254) 295-4691 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Career & Profesional Planning - 4 Year Guide
- Salary Negotiation Tips
- Job Fairs
- Senior Etiquette Dinner & Business Manners presentations
- Mentor Belton - professional career mentoring program
- Senior Success Lunch - hosted by Alumni Association & Career Services
- Social Media and My Brand
- Considering Graduate School workshops
Page last updated July 07, 2020