Best Places to Work in DFW (as named by Dallas Business Journal or Dallas Morning News) career panel
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
5:30 – 6:30 pm
Career Center Seminar Room, SSB 3.107
To quote a classic 90s tune by the New Radicals, “you only get what you give”. And giving your time and effort to volunteering can pay dividends. You get the opportunity to help people and make a difference in your community, and volunteering just might boost your job search! Check out this blog post from New Grad Life to learn more.
Need help getting started? Visit the UT Dallas Office of Student Volunteerism to learn about upcoming opportunities to get involved.
Tuesday, April 24
5:30 – 6:30 pm
A panel of Mortgage and Banking employers will discuss their experiences and give tips about working in this dynamic industry. Employers will talk about finding jobs, advancing your career, and will be available for question and answer afterwards.
Our guest panelists will be from:
Texas Capital Bank, Wells Fargo, BB&T, Comerica
Read this great list of 25 Things You Should Never Include on a Resume.
If you need assistance polishing up your resume, we have a full-time Resume Editor who offers drop-in critique times every week in Student Services Building, Green, and JSOM. See the most recent drop-in Resume Critiques schedule.
The U.S. Navy (Nuclear Power Programs) is hosting an information session on Thursday, April 12 at 5:30 pm
SSB 3.107 (next to Career Center)
This event would be beneficial for all Engineering majors and also Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry
Full-time Jobs for US Citizens in the following fields:
Nuclear Propulsion Engineering — All engineering majors are welcomed; electrical, mechanical or computer engineers as well as mathematics, physics and chemistry majors.
Civil Engineering — The Navy Civil Engineering Corps welcomes electrical and mechanical engineering students.
Cyber Warfare Engineering — This field looks for computer science and computer engineering students
National Student Employment Week celebrates our UT Dallas student workers. If you are a work study or a part time on-campus student employee, come and join us for a week of fun!
Monday, April 9 – Ice Cream Social (while quantities last)
Wednesday, April 11 – Super Hero Themed Student Employment Celebration – wear your favorite super hero costume!
Thursday, April 12 – Coffee and Donuts (while quantities last)
April 21st, 2012 – 4 PM – 8 PM
Deep Ellum Brewing Company
2821 St. Louis Street • Dallas, TX 75226
100 jobs, 40 startup companies, 2 hours of recruiting and networking, and 2 hours of socializing and entertainment.
RoundUp for StartUps is open to everyone that is interested in joining growing and young technology and startup companies, from recent graduates to seasoned professionals. If you are a software/hardware/network/equipment/test/QA engineer, software programmers/developer, user interface and user experience (UI/UX) specialist, web/mobile designer, system administrator, project manager, or technical designer, this is your chance for a great career move. If your speciality is sales and marketing or business development, and you want to work with the next great North Texas startup, this is your chance to get involved. If you have a passion for what you do and are looking for a fulfilling position at an exciting young company, don’t miss this event!
Learn more and RSVP (required!) here: www.roundupforstartups.com
Employers are using technology to improve their recruitment processes in new and interesting ways, including virtual job interviews. Interviewing candidates over the internet allows employer to meet with students from anywhere with little cost or inconvenience. Take a moment to read this article by Lindsay Olson of US News and World Report Money for tips on how to ace your virtual interview.
Need to brush up on your traditional interview skills? Make an appointment for a mock interview with a career counselor! Call the Career Center at 972-883-2943 to set up your appointment.