What businesses are hiring? It offers numerous services to help you gain real-world experience through an internship, identify a job or decide a career path. Internships are work experiences typically one semester related to your field of study and may give you a competitive advantage in the job market. Internships can be part time or full time and are available throughout the year. The summer is the most popular season for obtaining them. Depending on your major, you could receive academic credit for an internship.
Completing an internship is mandatory in some degree programs. On-campus and off-campus employment The center assists students in identifying local jobs on or off campus. If you prefer to work off campus, many restaurants, retail shops and other businesses in the area hire students. If you decide to work on campus, we recommend scheduling classes so you have three to four hours available during the day. This allows you to work 15 to 20 hours per week.
Some departments are flexible with your schedule, but others may prefer you work in the morning, mid-day or afternoons. Work-study jobs are partially funded by the state or federal government and awarded based on financial need.
Typically, students in these positions work 10 to 20 hours a week on campus and earn an hourly wage. Recent graduates have access to our services for free for one semester immediately following graduation. For more seasoned Alumni, there is an Alumni Subscription for purchase to assist with job searches, career changes, or networking opportunities.
Alumni can always attend Alumni Career Fairs and workshops at any time during the year at no charge. Cougar Pathway allows students to connect with career counselors and employers through an easy to use appointment scheduler, resume database, on-campus recruiting system, and a job database.
Explore Cougar Pathway through access. Every semester, top corporations and organizations come to campus to interview students for internships and full-time jobs. UH also participates in several career fairs each semester. Be sure to mark recruiting events on your calendar. Designed to help you identify your personality traits, pinpoint your interests, and clarify your values, vocational assessments assist you in discovering possible career paths and majors.
Both self-administered and counselor-assisted assessments are available at UCS.
What Do Employers Want? That's the most basic question of any career search. This exercise is designed to help you answer that question by "sampling the field" of your choice and identifying the most commonly sought skills, experiences, credentials and characteristics.
The purpose of a resume is to contribute to one’s personal brand and to get an interview. While there are hundreds of opinions on what a “good” resume should be the Career Center staff have done some background work for students: First, we reviewed how employers recruit UNT Business students.
Division of Student Affairs. Resume. Remember: • Be specific and clarify - do not use long sentences and be sure you get your message across. The UNT Career Center provides many services to help students find and interview for jobs both on-campus and off: Online Eagle Careers provides a job search agent for on- and off-campus jobs Online Eagle Careers allows students to upload resumes and cover letters.
Welcome to Career [email protected], located in the UNT College of Business, Suite Our staff is available to assist students with planning for life after college with a full range of career-related services. Drawing a blank when writing your resume? Preparing for your future job or career interview? LET THE UNT CAREER CENTER HELP PREPARE YOU! What? We are hosting a "Resume and Cover Letter" Woskshop just for you!