10 Ways Students Can Plan for Success – A Resource for Faculty and Staff

Did you know?

The UNT Career Center is a go-to resource for career prep + job search.

Here are 10 ways students can plan for success and find support.

  1. Website Profile and Email AlertsCreate a login and indicate preferences for specific job and event alerts, College newsletters, blogs, and other relevant career related content.
  1. Handshake – Find jobs and internships from employers seeking UNT undergraduate and graduate students. Sign up for events and sessions to connect with organizations and learn more about various career industries.
  1. College Career Communities and Affinity Career Groups – Find tailored resources and support around shared interests and connections based on major and other identity groups.
  1. Explore Majors, Industries and Jobs – Explore options and bring clarity and insight when considering choosing a major, planning ahead to start a career, or thinking about making a career change.
  1. Job Fairs + Events – Sign up for a wide variety of events and training. Our employer partners actively recruit and engage students through fairs and providing networking opportunities.
  1. Resumes, Cover Letter and CVs – Get step by step help to create effective job search documents.
  1. On Campus Employment – Get valuable work experience with a flexible schedule though an on-campus job.
  1. Internships – Gain practical on-the-job training and experience. There are many opportunities and alternatives to explore.
  1. Interview Prep – Be prepared to effectively and confidently share knowledge and experience in an interview. Use Big Interview tool for online practice.
  1. Mean Green Mentors – Connect online with a professional in the UNT community for guidance and support to help you achieve your goals.

 Would you like to learn more about Careers + Classroom?

Students can gain valuable career skills and information in the classroom. Faculty and staff can choose from a variety of easy to use and readily available career content that supports and aligns with academic assignments. Examples include, a brief job skills overview, specific career related topic presentation, interactive assignment, mock interview, resume review, employer visit, or supplemental Canvas material. Reach out to discuss creating a customized package or event! Learn more about career readiness and career competencies!

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