Resources by Colleges

Meet your career counselor and view each colleges' list of links specifically for your major.

Alumni

Bennett Grey

College of Architecture

Kimberly Hoggatt

College of Business

Lauren Hoffmann
Barbara Jackson

College of Education & Human Development

Michael Zucker

College of Engineering

David P. Gomez Jr.

College of Liberal and Fine Arts

Marshall Uhlig

Mysti Frazier

College of Public Policy

Dionne Davila

College of Sciences

Rachel Enochs

Freshman & Undecided Students

Heidi Sawyer

Generalist & Military Veterans

Audrey Magnuson

Student Athletes and Health & Kinesiology

Stefanie Cisneros

Graduate Student Programs

Karen Ivy


Freshmen and Undeclared Majors

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Resources and Links

Career Assessments

Self-assessment is the first and best step in sound career exploration. Part of the self-assessment process involves identifying your interests, values, abilities and personality preferences. Career assessments can give you ideas about occupations that may be potential "fits". Career assessments should be used as guides to help you understand who you are and what type of majors and careers might be right for you. The University Career Center offers several different career assessments. You may want to start with these:

Strong Interest Inventory logo

Strong Interest Inventory is an assessment based on your interests. According to your strong interest areas, it will provide the possible occupations that fit in to your interests.

** To gain authorization to take Strong Interest Inventory assessments, please make an appointment with a career counselor at the University Career Center.

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Do What You Are provides a statistically accurate representation of a student's personality type and then relates it to careers which may be the best fit for the individual.

** Please contact University Career Center if you are interested in taking this assessment.

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Resume Samples

No matter if you need a resume or not, start building your resume is a great career planning/development tools! It will prepare you for better future internship and job opportunities, so take your resume to us and we will assist you in making your resume more marketable!

 

If you have any questions about Work Study eligibility, please visit Office of Student Financial Aid or visit their website for more information.

Job Opportunities

To find opportunity for part-time jobs and internship positions, please log in to your RowdyJobs account.

If you are an international student, please see Career Resources for International Students

RowdyJobs Quick Start Guide

University Career Center maintains an on-line database called "RowdyJobs" where students can post resumes, view career events, and search for jobs. Employers can search for resumes and set up on-campus recruiting events. It's easy, fast and free to register—to get started, simply log on and create your account.

Search for Jobs

By setting up your account, you will gain access to our online database of hundreds of jobs, where you can search for work-study, part-time, internships and full-time positions.

On-Campus Interviews

You will be able to sign-up for the on-campus interview schedules for which you qualify. Over 100 companies, agencies, and school districts hold interviews in the University Career Center each fall and spring semester. By registering in RowdyJobs, you will be able to sign-up for these interviews online.

Register for Career Events

Once you have set up your account, you will be able to RSVP online to events such as career-related professional development workshops and career fairs that we offer each semester.

Are you looking for on-campus jobs, including Work Study and Non Work Study opportunities?
Check with the following On-campus Vendors and Departments—these vendors often have openings available but do not necessarily advertise them. Feel free to contact them for availability.
  • Aramark - Handles hiring for all campus food service operations. Apply in person at any ARAMARK dining facility or call (210) 458-4209.
  • UTSA Bookstore - Apply in person at the bookstore located on the first floor of the University Center, (210) 458-4220. The downtown bookstore is located at BV 1.342. Ask for an application at the service desk.
  • UTSA Parking and Transportation Services - Apply at the Parking and Transportation Services Office located on the first level of the Physical Plant building, (210) 458-7275.
  • Wellness and Recreation - Information on available positions as well as applications are available at: http://www.utsa.edu/recreation/jobs.cfm
  • Child Development Center – For information about possible openings call (210)-458-6364. For available positions, visit: http://www.utsa.edu/cdc/jobs.html
  • Office of P-20 Initiatives – Located at the downtown campus in BV 2.308, this office is looking for tutors. Contact Ricardo Gonzalez or Roseanne San Martin at (210) 458-2769.
  • UTSA Student Computing Services– For information about possible openings call: MS Lab (210) 458-4557, BB Lab (210) 458-7646 or FS Lab (210) 458-2725
  • Tomas Rivera Center – Hires tutors and Supplemental Instructors. For information about hiring please call 210-458-4694
  • For assistantships, lab assistants and/or grader positions, contact the academic division office according to your major. You may also want to check with other departments or divisions and ask if they have any part-time positions open.

Volunteer Opportunities

No work experience? There are many volunteer opportunities in your area that will give you the experience and skill sets to excel in the workplace. Click on the links below to view volunteer opportunities that are available on the UTSA campus as well as additional volunteer resources.

  • Uncertain of what path you should follow?  First, complete the SIGI 3 career assessment by logging into your RowdyJobs account. Next, make an appointment to discuss the results.
  • Feel pigeon-holed? Are you curious about what type of career options you can fit in with your degree? Check out What Can I Do with My Major? to find out more.  (You may be surprised.)
  • Write a resume to get started with your career! Here is a sample freshman resume.
  • Looking for jobs?  We have a variety of job opportunities available to you through RowdyJobs.
  • Click here to learn about your personality type portrait and explore careers fit in to your personality
  • Discover your true fit by using Choosing your Major Handbook
  • Are you on the right path? Career Choices Handbook
  • No work experience? There are many volunteer opportunities in your area that will give you the experience and skill sets to excel in the workplace.  Check here to find out where you can lend a helping hand while gaining experience.
    United Way |  Volunteer Match  | Volunteer Abroad 
  • What is your expectation? Reality Check
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