Is Graduate School the Best “Next Step” for You?

Continuing your education is a worthwhile endeavor for many students. However, graduate school is not the best step for every student – especially right after earning an undergraduate degree. Before you begin the application process for your master’s or doctoral degree, …

By Megan Lawton
Megan Lawton Career Coach for Communication Studies, English, and Professional and Technical Communication
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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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David Garlock- The Trauma-to-Prison Pipeline, presented by the Department of Criminal Justice

The College of Health and Public Service, Department of Criminal Justice is honored to host a presentation by David Garlock, The Trauma-to-Prison Pipeline. This presentation will discuss trauma, the impact it has on funneling people into prison, and the lack …

By Amy Hicks
Amy Hicks Career Coach for Alumni and UNT at Frisco
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City of Dallas Workforce Development FreshStart Employment Program

Are you ready for a FRESH START?

Were you previously incarcerated and released from prison or county jail 1 (one) year ago or longer? 
Do you have charges/arrests on your background that has become a roadblock to full-time and/or stable employment?

If …

By Marcy Bishop-Lilley
Marcy Bishop-Lilley Career Coach for all Visual Arts and Design majors
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Soaring Beyond: Donald Thomas II

Meet Donald Thomas II. Donald graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice in May of 2015 and is now an entrepreneur. 

We asked Donald some questions, advice for current students, and how UNT helped them to succeed and …

By Harlie Montez
Harlie Montez
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Contact & Location

(940) 565-2105

Sage Hall, Suite 202
1167 Union Circle
Denton, TX 76203

Career Service Hours

Regular Hours Quick Chats
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
F 8:00am – 5:00pm 10:00am-Noon

Learn how to Connect with the Career Center

Regular Hours: Appointments by phone, in-person, email and Zoom; Current students – Navigate; Alumni – Handshake. Drop-Ins: (no appointment needed) Phone or video - Navigate; In-person - Sage 280

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