Resources by Colleges

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


Bennett Grey

College of Architecture

Kimberly Hoggatt

College of Business

Veronica Rodriguez

College of Education & Human Development

Michael Zucker

College of Engineering

David P. Gomez Jr.

College of Liberal and Fine Arts

Marshall Uhlig

Tiffany Jackson

College of Public Policy

Dionne Davila

College of Sciences

Jessica Krause

Freshman & Undecided Students

Heidi Sawyer

Generalist & Military Veterans

Audrey Magnuson

Student Athletes and Health & Kinesiology

Stefanie Cisneros

Graduate Student Programs

Karen Ivy

College of Education and Human Development

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Resources and Links

Professional Development

Please use these professional development resources to assist with the process of sucessfully finding a job with your IDS or Mexican-American Studies degrees.

Spring 2013 Student Teacher Professional Development presentation

Educator Career Fairs and Interviewing Tips

Not Sure What You Can Do With Your Major?


Skills Employers are Seeking:
  • Communication skills (verbal)
  • Strong work ethic
  • Teamwork skills
  • Analytical skills
  • Initiative
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Communication skills (written)
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Computer skills
  • Flexibility/adaptability

Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE)
2011 Job Outlook Survey

Teaching Job Banks
National Job Banks —
A free service to all educators looking for employment in public and private school districts from Kindergarten to 12th grade. This is a nationwide job database with employment in the areas of teaching, administration and other related service positions

Private Schools
Professional Associations

National Association of Independent Schools —
This website offers access to private schools with unique missions.  They are seeking teachers for elementary, middle school and secondary school levels.  The website allows job seekers to browse job opportunities at independent schools and to apply to them and post their resumes. You may search for jobs without logging in.


Check out this nonprofit organization in San Antonio.

Academic Advising

If you have questions concerning course requirements or graduation, please contact the Academic Advising Office for the COEHD.