Career Development coaches students in the development and achievement of career goals. Career Development professionals assist students in assessing interests, values and abilities; choosing majors; searching for jobs, internships and careers; finding and applying to graduate schools; using social media and developing personal brand; practice interviewing; hosting career events and fairs; reviewing career-related documents and providing electronic career resources and tools.
Individual appointments are available to students and alumni.
To make an appointment, call 830-386-7999. Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Appointments may also be scheduled online using TLU Career Link, or by email at email@example.com.
Students and alumni students and alumni can drop in to discuss career topics from 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
General Discussion Topics
- Job Search
- Graduate and Professional School
- Resume Critiques
- Major and Career Exploration
Job Search Resources
TLU Career Link for Students & Alumni
Career Development provides students and alumni with an online system for job search activities. TLU Career Link offers a convenient way to access the on-campus recruitment schedule and to stay informed about upcoming events and workshops.
Students and alumni have 24/7 access to easily register, search jobs, internships and volunteer opportunities, send online inquiries, and manage multiple resumes, cover letters, and other employment related documents.
Students and alumni use TLU Career Link to network with fellow alumni in the workforce. Students and alumni are encouraged to post their resume to TLU Career Link and update their profile each semester.
Students and alumni are welcome to attend Career Development sponsored fairs and employer spotlight tabling events publicized through TLU Career Link.
Not sure where to begin your job search? Career Development staff is happy to help you explore your options. We offer numerous resources in our office and on MyTLU. The resource library is supplied with brochures, guides and books outlining different career paths.
Employers & Recruiters
Throughout the year we work directly with employers, graduate schools and nonprofits to host on-campus recruiting events to match your needs with the talents and career goals of TLU students.
TLU Career Link for Employers & Recruiters
Employers can quickly and easily post jobs, internships and volunteer opportunities, choose to receive “online applications” directly from the system with current resumes attached, sign up for career fairs and much more.
Recruiters, employers, and alumni are all welcome to use their employer account on TLU Career Link to post information online about available opportunities, view students via their visual profiles and manage their on-campus presence. This is a great way to recruit talented students, soon-to-be-graduates, and alumni to your workplace.
Gain visibility and get to know students and alumni at one of our Career Development sponsored events or fairs publicized through TLU Career Link. We will make all the arrangements to showcase your organization and speak with students about open positions and your application process.
Upcoming Career Fairs
SPRING 2020 SEMESTER
February 11, 11:30 AM-1 PM, Graf Lounge - Internship & Career Fair (all majors)
March 5, 10:30 AM-12 PM, Dunne Conference Room - Education Fair (all majors interested in pursuing a career in the field of education)
Employer Spotlight Tabling
We offer tabling on Tuesdays from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. in our Alumni Student Center. After a date is scheduled (two weeks in advance) and room reservations have been made, your scheduled date and job postings are publicized through TLU Career Link where students and alumni can see when you will be on campus.
Holding on-campus interviews is another efficient and effective way to meet with students and alumni. On-campus interviewing is available by request.
- Private interview room
- Conference rooms for group presentations
- Audio-visual equipment available
- Free employer parking
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