UT’s Center for Career Development has released a survey of UT graduates from the 2017–18 academic year.
The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships is teaming up with the Center for Career Development this fall to launch the Nonprofit Work-Study Internship program.
J.C. Penney is offering a yearlong coupon to all UT staff, faculty, students, and alumni.
Experts say the decisions you make during your freshman year can have implications for your career when you graduate.
The Center for Career Development has adopted a new platform, Handshake, to replace Hire-A-VOL as the referral source for jobs, internships, and other professional opportunities.
Thirteen students have been named Congressional Interns for summer and fall 2018. The Congressional Internship Program allows students to work with Tennessee’s legislators in Washington, DC.
The Center for Career Development offers an Impact Internship Grant designed to assist students in meeting the financial obligations of an unpaid or low-stipend internships.
Students have several opportunities to learn about potential internships, summer positions and full-time jobs during the upcoming Spring Job and Internship Fair Week.
Learn about potential internships, summer positions and full-time jobs from a variety of organizations during the upcoming Spring Job and Internship Fair Week sponsored by the Center for Career Development.
In a ceremony on October 4 at the Student Union, Jim Duensing, chief financial officer of Caterpillar Financial Services, and Paul Shore, vice president of talent acquisition for Pilot Flying J, helped dedicate interview rooms named in honor of their respective companies within the university’s Center for Career Development.
More than 3,000 UT seniors will embark on a new journey after they graduate next week. Many will begin their first post-college jobs, while others will take internships or fellowships or attend graduate school in the fall. UT’s Center for Career Development aims to reach all undergraduates early in their college careers to help them
The Center for Career Development wants to remind you to be cautious of fraudulent job postings and phishing emails that advertise part-time jobs. The center has provided a list of the key things to know to avoid a job posting scam.