Welcome to the Faculty & Staff Community!
The Career Center recognizes that UNT faculty and staff are some of our most valuable allies, and we want to partner with you. Whether you need information about hiring a student assistant, want to know more about the internship program or want someone to speak to a group of students, please feel free to contact us at 940-565-2105 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to working with you to help UNT students succeed!
Career Presentations for Classes and Other Groups
Do you want someone to speak to your class, student organization, student workers, or other campus group? The Career Center staff can provide professional presentations on a variety of career-related topics including career exploration, developing a career path, resume writing, articulating skills, interview prep, networking, job search strategies, and more. Learn more about our Career Presentations including how to request a presentation.
Career Assignments to be Used by Faculty and Staff
The Career Center staff has created some foundational career assignments to support faculty and staff with integrating careers into their coursework, student organizations, and other student activities. Each assignment includes introductory information for faculty and staff, the assignment and information for students and a grading rubric or other assessment opportunity, if appropriate. The assignments can be accessed at Career Assignments for Faculty and Staff where you will find additional information.
The UNT Internship Program assists students in obtaining high-quality internships prior to graduation and works closely with employers to develop internships within their organizations. In some cases, experiential education is known as a co-op or practicum. Regardless of what the experience is called, students gain valuable academic learning outside the classroom. With a team of full-time staff dedicated to internships, the Career Center is here to assist you. For details about how we can assist you with the internship process, check out Internships: How We Can Assist Departments, Faculty and Staff.
UNT currently employs over 5,000 students through a combination of Regular Hourly jobs, Work-Study positions, and Eagle Internships. Working at UNT is ideal for students due to the convenient location, flexible scheduling, social networking, and the opportunity to develop relevant, transferable skills. Access Student Employment for the latest information about student employment policies, the hiring process, student employee orientation and training, and more.