Skills

Graduate Student Council General Membership

The Graduate Student Council (GSC) is a multi-purpose organization focused on advocating, connecting, and empowering graduate students at UNT. GSC is the official voice and student government for graduate students at UNT. We advocate on your behalf to ensure that …

By Amy Hicks
Amy Hicks Career Coach for Alumni and UNT at Frisco
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The Commonality Between The Actor Will Smith and NBA Hooper Reggie Jackson

I think the actor Will Smith said it best, “If you stay ready, you ain’t got to get ready, and that is how I run my life”.  We can learn something from Will Smith and the standout NBA basketball player …

By Eric Green
Eric Green Career Coach for all Journalism majors (Advertising, Broadcast Journalism, Digital Communication Analytics, Digital & Print Journalism, Photojournalism, Public Relations)
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Thriving in Graduate School: Virtual Support Group

UNT alum & staff psychologist Dr. Wiley Stem with UNT Counseling & Testing Services is offering a virtual support group to UNT graduate students. The group, titled “Thriving in Graduate School,” is a group space designed for graduate students to …

By Amy Hicks
Amy Hicks Career Coach for Alumni and UNT at Frisco
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Pause, Breathe, Reflect and Reset

As this challenging academic year winds down, it can be especially valuable for grad students to take the time to consider where they’re headed, write Steve Lee and Janet Branchaw.

The piece discusses reflection and assessment of program progress, and …

By Amy Hicks
Amy Hicks Career Coach for Alumni and UNT at Frisco
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Our friends at Handshake want to help you answer, “Which Careers are Right for Me?”

Answering these questions will help you find out which careers are right for you.  Choosing a career is definitely a big decision, and it may seem like you don’t know where to start. But the good news is, you don’t …
By Jeanette Hickl
Jeanette Hickl
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Our friends at Handshake want you to know How to Answer Questions About Your Strengths and Weaknesses in an Interview

It’s common for employers to ask you about your strengths and weaknesses in an interview. These questions are asked to measure your self-awareness as much as seeing if you’re qualified for the job. Here are some tips for crafting your …

By Jeanette Hickl
Jeanette Hickl
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Unique Skills of Science Students

Hard Sciences Use More Than Just Hard Skills

When you think of majors that fall in areas such as biology, chemistry, physics, and math, what are the skills that come to mind? Likely, you think of analytical, critical thinking, laboratory …

By Jeanette Hickl
Jeanette Hickl
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Unique Skills of Hospitality and Merchandising Students  

One of the defining characteristics of students who are drawn to the areas of hospitality, tourism, and merchandising is their enthusiasm for creating unforgettable experiences for people.  While it is clear that students from the College of Merchandising, Hospitality, and …

By Caroline Frey
Caroline Frey Internship Specialist
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Liberal Arts Students are Valued and Versatile in the Job Market   

Despite being one of the most popular majors at UNT and colleges all across the country, students with Liberal Arts degrees frequently underestimate their career prospects after graduation. Career Services professionals are no strangers to meeting with Liberal Arts students …

By Aaron Anderson
Aaron Anderson Internship Specialist
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Sage Hall, Suite 202
1167 Union Circle
Denton, TX 76203

Career Service Hours

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M 8:00am – 5:00pm Noon-3:00pm
T 8:00am – 5:00pm Noon-3:00pm
W 8:00am – 5:00pm Noon-3:00pm
TH 8:00am – 5:00pm Noon-3:00pm
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