Monday, February 12, 2024

Spring career expos feature 80-plus employers ready to talk business with UTSA students, alumni

Spring career expos feature 80-plus employers ready to talk business with UTSA students, alumni

FEBRUARY 12, 2024 — With spring Commencement just a few months away, many students are contemplating ways to translate their academic achievements into a satisfying career.

The University Career Center (UCC) will host two in-person career expos this month to help students and alumni connect with potential employers, including:

STEM Career Expo
Tuesday, February 20, 2-6 p.m.
H-E-B Student Union Ballroom (HSU 1.106)

Register on Handshake

All Majors Career Expo  
Tuesday, February 27, 2-6 p.m.  
H-E-B Student Union Ballroom (HSU 1.106)

RSVP on Handshake

Participants will explore various industries, gain insights from industry leaders and establish meaningful connections with top employers to advance their careers.

Combined, the expos will feature more than 80 employers including but not limited to recruiters from Accenture Federal Services, Cintas Corp, Enterprise Mobility, ENTRUST Solutions Group, GM Financial, H-E-B, Marathon Petroleum Co LP, National Security Agency, OCI Solar Power LLC, Southwest Research Institute, SWBC, Union Pacific Railroad and USAA.

To help students make the best impression possible in front of potential employers, the UCC is offering virtual workshops on resume writing and job/internship search strategies leading up to the career expos. Students can take advantage of drop-in hours from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. the day before each expo to visit with a career consultant, ask questions, and obtain feedback about their resume. Visit the UCC event page for more information.

To increase their chances of success at the career expos, students and alumni who plan to attend should:


EXPLORE FURTHER
Explore more career preparation resources available through the UCC.
Learn more about the University Career Center.

The UCC helps Roadrunners discover, pursue and achieve their unique career goals by offering career and job search tools and resources, including individual counseling, mock interviews, resume reviews and professional networking assistance. It is one of seven units within the UTSA division of Career-Engaged Learning, which provides students with hands-on learning opportunities on campus and in the community.

Shruti Anand



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