Welcome to the G. Brint Ryan College of Business Career Resource Center website. Our staff focuses on the six-thousand plus students in the G. Brint Ryan College of Business and our main focus is assisting students by acting as a bridge for students to access the world beyond the University; especially as it relates to career planning and job searching. ( Learn more about the Career Resource Center.) Our office engages students through one-on-one interaction as well as working directly with employers who are seeking highly qualified candidates. (Employers: Find out about Recruiting Opportunities.) Students may take advantage of our drop-in hours or set up an appointment with one of our staff members for career coaching. (Learn how to Connect with the Career Resource Center.) We also offer online resources that are accessible 24/7.
You may have heard “if you do not know where you are headed you will probably end up somewhere else.” When it comes to careers and job search it’s a good idea to know where you are and have some idea of where you are headed. Read More.
Many of the resources and tools presented on this website will help you with launching a successful job search. Jobs and internships, including on-campus employment, are posted in Handshake, which gives students access to more than 400,000 employers. In addition, your Career Coach can assist you with personalizing your job search strategy.
HANDSHAKE || ON-CAMPUS EMPLOYMENT
APPROVED RESUME FORMAT
Did you know that the G. Brint Ryan College of Business has an approved resume format? The Career Resource Center strongly recommends that all students in the College have their resume in this format and have it “live” in handshake. Read More.
NETWORKING AND BRANDING
More than ever all of us, students and graduates, people seeking their first job and those with lots of experience, need to understand the importance of networking and how they’re perceived in order to achieve success.
PROFESSIONAL NETWORKING || LINKEDIN || ELEVATOR SPEECH || PERSONAL BRANDING
What? You need to have some experience before you actually apply for full-time jobs? Well, yes. It’s pretty important to make some decisions about where you want to land when you graduate and then get some experience related to the goal. Read more about the benefits, requirements, and who to contact for internship assistance.
Advance preparation is vital for a successful interview. To get started, access Interview Prep. You’ll learn about interview strategies, types of interviews, common questions to expect, researching the company, how to dress, and more. Plus find out about a tool to help you practice and improve your interview responses and watch interview advice videos.
VIRTUAL CAREER SERVICES
All UNT students and alumni have access to virtual services and opportunities through the Career Center to assist in achieving their career goals. Check out our Virtual Career Center Services for Students!
VIDEOS FROM RCOB STUDENTS & ALUMNI
- Dylan Halloran, Logistics and Supply Chain Management major, discusses his successful job search during COVID-19 and gives practical tips for other students.
- Julian Placino, BBA Marketing alumnus, discusses pivotal moments in his career path and his experience as a recruiter.