Virtual Career Center Services for Students & Alumni

Career Center services and events are being offered virtually and employers are recruiting virtually!

All UNT students and alumni can access virtual services and remote opportunities available through the Career Center and highlighted below to assist in achieving their career goals. The Career Center is continuing to expand the virtual programs and offerings so check back frequently.

Career Coaching and Internship Advising Meetings

UNT Career Coaches and Internship Specialists are available for one-on-one coaching/advising sessions with students and alumni. Staff is available in-person and by phone, Zoom, and email. When scheduling an appointment online, please indicate if you would like an in-person, phone, email or Zoom meeting. Current students can schedule an appointment through Navigate, and alumni can schedule an appointment through Handshake.

To find your Career Coach or Internship Specialist, select the Career Community for the College or School associated with your major. (If you don’t know which College or School to select, you can find it in the UNT Degree Programs list.) Once you access your Career Community, scroll down and your Career Coach and Internship Specialist will be listed in the right-hand column. Click the green button to access their contact information.

Quick Chats

If you don’t have time for a Career Center appointment, then Quick Chats are for you. Hours are: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 10:00AM to Noon; Tuesday and Thursday, 1:00 to 3:00PM. To speak with a Career Ambassador by phone or Zoom during Quick Chat times, use Navigate. For an in-person meeting during Quick Chat times, come to Sage Hall, Suite 202. Services provided during Quick Chats include resume writing and edits, cover letter drafting and edits, interview help, Zoom tech checks, LinkedIn headshots and more.

Career Center Website

Within each College Career Community, you will find information to help you Discover Your Path, Explore Majors and Careers, Gain Experience, and Achieve Your Goals. In addition, the resources and tools below are available on-demand to assist you with your career journey.

  • Resources – An extensive library of resources is available that can be filtered by topic. Some of the more popular topics include tips on resume writing and cover letters plus the best action verbs to use to describe your accomplishments.
  • Blogs – The Blogs include information and advice on popular career topics from students, employers and other sources.
  • Jobs and Internships – Employment opportunities for UNT students and alumni that can be filtered by college and by job type are available as Featured Jobs and Internships.
  • Handshake – Thousands of jobs and internships posted by employers and open to all UNT students and alumni are available on Handshake.
  • Big Interview – Big Interview can help you with resume writing, developing and practicing your interview skills, how to negotiate, and how to navigate the first 90 days.  Simply enter your first and last name, your UNT email, and your password. Watch this video to learn more about Getting Started with Big Interview.
  • MyPlan – Whether you’re choosing a major, planning ahead for your first career, or thinking about making a career change, MyPlan can help you explore options and bring clarity and insight into figuring out what’s right for you. Use these Instructions and the License Code below to get started.
  • What can I do with this major? – Are you wondering What can I do with this major? This website provides information about careers that are commonly pursued by students in your major or field of study.

Virtual Events and Video Resources

The Virtual Events, Videos and Resources page provides information and advice on a wide range of career-related topics. There are many live, virtual events hosted by Career Center staff and employers. There are also recorded workshops and “how to” videos offered by the Career Center staff that can be accessed at your convenience. Plus, there are additional video resources on the career topics students ask about most frequently.

Career Fairs

Virtual career fairs are a great way for students and alumni to connect with employers who are hiring for internships and post-graduation positions. The fairs are hosted on a virtual recruiting platform and no special equipment is required. All you need is an internet connection. Currently, there are several virtual career fairs scheduled that are sponsored by the Career Center. In addition, there are a number of employers that are hosting virtual networking events, and some of these events are marketed by the employers as career fairs. Tips on how to prepare for a virtual career fair are available on the Virtual Events, Videos and Resources page.

Employer Information Sessions

Employers are hosting virtual information sessions. These events are a great opportunity for students to connect with recruiters, learn more about the organization and available job opportunities, and even ask questions.

I-9 Processing

I-9s are processed in-person Monday-Thursday by appointment only. Special appointments are available on Friday, if needed. Students can schedule an appointment through Navigate. To start the I-9 process, you must have an offer letter from your department, complete the onboarding, and have all required verification documents.

Other Resources

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