The Center for Career Development is pleased to announce our two Faculty Fellows for this semester: Dr. Na-Rae Kim and Professor Ryan Cooper. Read on to learn more about their roles and backgrounds!
September 15th through October 15th is Latinx Heritage Month, and to celebrate today we are highlighting a Latina starblazer, Ellen Ochoa! Dr. Ochoa was the first Latina to go to space, the first Latinx director of the Johnson Space Center, and the second woman to direct the Johnson Space Center. Read on to learn more about her journey!
The prospect of an all-day interview can be daunting, but the Center for Career Development is here to help you prepare!
Not sure how to get ready for a career fair? Check out these tips and tricks to help you feel comfortable and confident to attend your next career fair!
Are you hesitant about attending a career fair because you’re a graduate student? Read on to learn about the benefits to attend a career fair and how you can connect with employers as a graduate student!
A math major prepares students for a variety of careers, and Career Fairs provide these students with opportunities to connect with employers who are looking for their skillset. Use these tips to prepare for a Career Fair as a math major.
When using ChatGPT or other Generative AI platforms, it is important to think of these programs as a tool to enhance the development of materials and content, and not a replacement.
Whether for career advice, industry insight, a subject matter expert, or learning more about a specific organization, employers and alumni are ready and willing to share information with your students.
Unsure of how to navigate a panel or group interview? Learn a few tips and tricks to help you prepare!