Career Resources for Faculty & Staff

Career Services is here to support your work with students. Career & Transfer staff are available for class visits and are able to tailor presentations (topic, length) to meet your class or student group needs. Presentation topics include an overview of Career & Transfer Services, Career Exploration & Planning, Resume & Cover Letter Best Practices, Interview Skills, Job Search Strategies, Career Readiness Competencies, and more.

Career Services Presentation Request

Note: EDUC Class Career Assignments are scheduled by the advising supervisors on each campus. Instructors will get an advisor assigned to their course in the first few weeks of the semester.

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Email us—and we will design a presentation to fit your needs. To make a request, email

The career planning and job search links below are provided for your convenience when offering advice or counseling to students. If you have any additions to recommend, email Trish Welch.

Career & Labor Market Research Quick Reference Guide
Career Coach Career exploration – regional labor market information
FOCUS2 Career exploration
O*Net Online Career guidance
Occupational Outlook Handbook Career exploration
Capital Idea Career development
Library Services Career Information for Students Career guidance & exploration
Austin Small Business Development Program Small business & entrepreneur assistance
Occupational Outlook Handbook Career guidance
Career Planning & Job Search Assistance

Austin & Texas career information Career guidance
General career information Career guidance
Resume & interview preparation Job search assistance
Library Services Research Guides

Career Services follows the NACE guidelines to connect students and alumni with organizations for employment and experiential learning opportunities. To assist faculty members navigate complicated ethical and legal recruiting issues, we recommend the following resources for guidance in these areas:

Faculty Guide to Ethical and Legal Standards in Student Hiring
Writing Letters of Recommendation

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