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Offering Career Services, Student Employment & Internships
Director of Career Center, Michael Doty
The Career Center is here for you!
The Career Center assists students and alumni with career exploration, career planning, job search preparation, and provides print and on-line career-related resources and job listing services.
UTD Career Works, The Online Recruiting System
Students and alumni who are seeking full or part-time employment or internships opportunities register and submit resumes through UTD CareerWorks. Students and alumni can upload a professional resume, created by using MS Word. Copies of resumes are available at an employer’s request or employers may view resumes in the various web resume books.
Full-Time, Part-Time, and Work-Study/Community Service job listings are available to help students locate employment while attending the University. Check UTD CareerWorks for employment opportunities.
Internship/Cooperative Education Program (Internships)
An internship is a structured educational program which combines classroom learning with productive work experience in a field related to a student’s academic or career goals. Internship Information sessions and Internship Coordinators are available for more information.
The Career Center sponsors on-campus interviews for UTD students and alumni. A listing of companies recruiting on campus is available through UTD CareerWorks.
A Resume Editor is available to provide assistance with resume and job search document preparation. Resume critique service is available on a drop-in basis during specified time periods and at other times by appointments.
Career Counseling & Career Assessments
Students receive one-on-one career counseling or share information and ideas in a group setting to help them gain insights and awareness about career or educational options, and job search strategies. Various assessments help students identify interests, clarify values, and assess skills in order to make better educational and career decisions.
Mock Interview Training
Perfect interviewing skills! Professional staff record a simulated job interview with interested students and alumni. The professional staff reviews the recording. offers suggestions, and gives you a copy of the interview.
- Designed to assist students in the employment process, the Career Center offers numerous seminars on a variety of topics, such as:
- Identifying Your Skills
- How To Write A Professional Resume
- How To Write Professional Business Letters
- Conducting An Effective Job Search
- How To Interview
- Clarifying Your Career Direction
- How To Work A Career Fair Like A Pro
SIGI + and CHOICES CT are computerized career guidance programs that can assist with career decisions by identifying occupations compatible with various combinations of values, interests, and skills. These sources, plus many more, are available through the Career Center webpage.
Print & Media Resources
A library collection of Career Development, Audio/Visual, Corporate Recruiting materials, Graduate School Programs, Government Information, and Salary Survey Statistics are available in the Career Center Resource Room.
UT Dallas Spring and Fall Career Expos provide an opportunity for students and employers to talk with employers informally about career options and possible employment opportunities
UT DallasGraduate/Professional School Expo provides an opportunity for students to visit with representatives from institutions about their programs. Traditionally conducted in the fall.
UT Dallas Teacher Career Expo is an excellent opportunity for students to explore teaching opportunities with participation school districts. Traditionally conducted in the spring.
UT Dallas Public Agency Career Expo provides an opportunity for students to visit with representatives from non-profit organizations and government agencies. Traditionally conducted in the spring. A co-sponsored event with EPPS.
am - 6:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday