All of your hard work and preparation are about to pay off. After you have utilized Career Services to help develop an expert resume and enhanced your interview skills, you are now ready to take the next step. Whether that next step is entering the full-time work force or expanding your educational career to graduate school, Career Services can help.
Some students find that looking for a full-time job after graduation is a job in itself! To help facilitate you through this process, there are several ways Career Services can help:
ON-CAMPUS BASED JOB SEARCHING
- Job Fairs - We offer students with the opportunity to participate in numerous job fairs each semester.
- UTRGV Career Connection - Get registered in UTRGV Connection to search for full-time jobs, part-time jobs, or internships. Also you can view what employers are currently interviewing for positions within their organization.
Whether you are looking for information on projected salary ranges, career research or personal assessments, our Resources page has what you need. Check out the links on the right to learn more.
- The Art Career Project
Some of the art careers you'll find here include graphic design, painting, photography, golf course design and video game design.
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor this website features videos, reports and more on career exploration, resumes and interviews, job search and much more.
- Occupational Employment Statistics
Find employment and wages statistics for over 800 occupations.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
Describes and lists hundreds of different occupations.
Graduate/Professional School Information
A site for admissions consulting and essay editing service. It can help you gain acceptance to a top school.
- Graduate Record Examination
Information on the GRE, to help you through the testing process.
A wealth of information pertaining to all issues dealing with graduate/professional schools, including tests and financial aid information.
- Law School Admissions Council
Includes information on the LSAT (e.g., through an online registration system), law school forums/fairs nationwide, LSAT prep materials, and financial aid.
Easy access to information about applying to graduate business school and financing an MBA. Includes a searchable database of more than 400 graduate management programs, direct links to 325 business schools and Web sites, and a calendar of events.
- Peterson's Guide
Online research of colleges/universities and graduate study programs.
- Princeton Review
Lots of information about all issues dealing with graduate/professional schools including tests and financial aid information.
- U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools
Explore extensive new rankings and a school directory, plus exclusive U.S. News articles, new trend tables, search and comparison tools, and much more.
- PhD's Education Index
Internet’s premier source of updated, clear educational data about undergraduate and graduate programs in the United States
- Online Master's Programs
Like any advanced degree, an online master's requires a great deal of forethought and drive. Here you'll find everything you need to identify a reputable program, succeed in the program and then land a career that makes the most of your education.
Full-time/Part-time Jobs Sites
CAREER SERVICES OFFICE RESOURCES
Advisors will meet with students one-on-one to develop job search strategies, review your resume and help you improve your interviewing skills. Call Career Center at (956) 665-2243 to make an appointment.