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Request a Presentation

Building partnerships with UT faculty and staff is very important to us. Our career coaches would be happy to come to talk to your class or organization about career-related topics!  

PLEASE NOTE:

  1. WE ARE UNABLE TO PRESENT THE WEEK OF OUR VIRTUAL FALL CAREER FAIR, SEPT. 13-17, 2021
  2. We have a limited number of presentations each week; requests will be met on a first-come, first-served basis.
  3. We have limited availability after normal business hours.
  4. We require a minimum of 10 students for private presentations. 
  5. We appreciate you submitting your request as far in advance as possible, but at least 3 business days before presentation date.

CLICK HERE TO REQUEST A PRESENTATION

 

Class Activities & Career Canvas Modules

We would love to partner with you to add a career activity or canvas module to your course, please email us at career.services@austin.utexas.edu to connect with our coaching team and find out more!

 

Cornerstones: Facilitator & Mentor Resources

Cornerstones Career Week, EVERY OCTOBER 

All CNS Cornerstones First-year sections will complete Canvas module designed by Career Services.  Facilitators and mentors will receive a follow up in-class career exploration activity to do in class. We are happy to do follow-up presentations for Cornerstones groups in the Spring.

Please email career.services@austin.utexas.edu for details about how to acquire the Canvas module for your class.

 

Suggested Career Exploration Resources

1. Show students how to utilize Focus 2. This database houses multiple assessments students can take that will provide them suggestions on different careers and industries that may suit them. Students can also explore different professions without taking the assessments. This guide is a helpful tool in using Focus 2.

2. Have them sign into and familiarize themselves with Handshake. Students can make appointments with Career Coaches through this system, but can also find out about upcoming events and apply to various job and internship opportunities, as well. Check out Handshake's Getting Started resources here.

3. Read about paths of different majors through the subscription-based website "What Can I Do With My Major?"