Take a moment to complete this “first destination” survey indicating your next step—whether it’s a job, internship, graduate school, military, or still seeking an opportunity.
As executive director of Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities, Alan Muir has brought together universities, employers, and US government agencies to focus on the careers of college graduates with disabilities. Last month, Muir was recognized for his outstanding work when he was selected as one of the members of the inaugural class of the
How can a student craft a personal essay that is creative, genuine, and memorable? Two UT experts—Kirsten Benson, director of the Writing Center, and Stephanie Kit, interim director of the Center for Career Development—offer some brainstorming tips and tricks.
On Friday, the university celebrated the midpoint of the largest building project in its history. More than thirty people lined up to cut the ceremonial orange ribbon, which spanned the width of UT’s new pedestrian bridge, at the dedication of the new Student Union.
The Center for Career Development introduces expanded walk-in hours and services to be more accessible to students.
With a new semester under way, UT Libraries would like to share new features available to students, faculty, and staff.
The OUTreach: LGBTQ+ & Ally Resource Center announced earlier this week that the center’s name is now the Pride Center.
On July 1, Career Services will unveil its new name, the Center for Career Development.
UT has been included in the Princeton Review’s Colleges That Pay You Back: The 200 Best Value Colleges and What It Takes to Get In 2015 edition.
Hire-A-VOL is a one-stop job search site for students hosted by UT Career Services that posts part-time jobs, internships, and full-time work opportunities.
Stephanie Kit has been named the interim director of Career Services. She previously served as the associate director of the office for more than sixteen years. In her new role, Kit will lead the Career Services staff in working with students through a range of career development offerings and with employers through recruitment services.
With more than 3,800 undergraduate and graduate students receiving degrees from UT this spring, there are a lot of new Volunteer job-seekers on the market. UT’s Career Services said the outlook is increasingly positive. According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, employers plan to increase hiring of college graduates by around 7.6 percent