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Welcome to Career Services

Due to the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and in efforts to protect the health and safety of our community, Career Services has made modifications to service delivery and to some upcoming events (please see below). Stay informed on University COVID-19 updates.

 

Services

Virtual Career Café
Monday-Friday, 10am-2pm
Virtually meet with a Career Coach to discuss resume building, job search, career exploration, job fair tips, interview advice, Handshake, and additional career development topics! If you are unable to attend a Zoom meeting, please contact the Career Services front desk (254-968-9078) to discuss alternative options.
Join Virtual Career Café

Virtual Professional Development Workshops
(Resume 1, Resume 2, Interview 1, Interview 2, MyPlan, Dining Etiquette)
Online via Zoom
Register

Video Presentations
Check out our list of video presentations in the "Development" section.

Mission Statement

The mission of Career Services is to empower students and alumni to synthesize, articulate, and leverage their academic and co-curricular knowledge to be competitive. We help students think globally and long-term through career and personal development. We build relationships with employers to provide opportunities for student/alumni success and meet their industry’s staffing demands.

The vision of the Career Services Center is to integrate with academics and partner with industry leaders to help students/alumni develop both professionally and personally. Graduates will leave polished, competent, competitive and capable of navigating an ever-evolving world.

Tarleton State University's Career Services Center, part of the Division of Academic Affairs, is located in Room 218 of the Thompson Student Center. Career Services includes a library with on-line resources, books and magazines for job searches, as well as references and listings of full-time, part-time, on-campus and internship positions

Career Readiness Handbook

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and Texas Workforce Commission developed the Career Readiness Handbook to guide students to prepare for a career while in college. This handbook is a reference for students as they complete their studies and move along their career paths.