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Career Counseling

Meet with a career counselor to discuss your career development and major-selection goals.

Schedule an appointment through CareerLink, call 817-531-6512 or stop by Career Services in the Martin Center. We are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and closed on University holidays.

During your appointment, you can get help with:

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Resume/Cover Letters

 

Mock Interview Help 

 

Job Search Coaching

Need help developing your resume or cover letter? Our career counselors can show you sample resumes and critique yours. All staff are trained on the latest resume changes employers suggest in the DFW area.   Interviewing can be intimidating. We'll take you through a mock interview so you can rock the real thing. We'll then give you constructive feedback on everything from rewording, to body lanuguage, eye content and what to wear.   Our career counselors will assist you with planning your job search, from where to look to how to network. They start with getting an overview of your career goals and then suggesting certain websites and contacts to help you find that big opportunity.
         
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Personal Statement

 

Choosing Your Major/Career 

 

Gaining Work Experience 

We work closely with the Academic Success Center on putting together personal statements. While we won't write it for you, we will help craft your ideas into the best statement possible.   We'll help you tips on how to choose your major and how it relates to your career options. A career counselor will recommend that you take an assessment to narrow down your interests. We'll look at the results and give you suggestions to discuss with your advisor.    Have you ever been told you need more experience? Are you wondering how you can get experience if no one will give you a chance? We can help you identify internships, volunteer opportunities and other options to help build your resume. 
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Resume/Cover Letter Reviews

Need help developing your resume or cover letter? Our career counselors can show you sample resumes and critique yours. All staff are trained on the latest resume changes employers suggest in the DFW area.
 
Graphic of two people speaking with laptop between them to represent an interview.

Mock Interview Help

Interviewing can be intimidating. We'll take you through a mock interview so you can rock the real thing. We'll help you think on your toes and make sure your answering the full question. We'll then give you constructive feedback on everything from rewording, to body lanuguage, eye content and what to wear.
 
a magnifying glass to represent a job search.

Job Search Coaching

Our career counselors will assist you with planning your job search from where to look, to how to network. They start with getting an overview of your career goals and then suggesting certain websites and contacts to help you find that big opportunity.
 
Graphic of personal ID to represent personal statement

Personal Statement

We work closely with the Academic Success Center on putting together personal statements. While we won't write it for you, we will help craft your ideas into the best statement possible.
 
Graphic of mortar board to represent major 

Choosing Your Major/Career 

We'll help you explore what to keep in mind when choosing your major and how it relates to your career options. A career counselor will recommend that you take an assessment to narrow down your interests. We'll look at the results and give you suggestions to discuss with your advisor. 
 
Image of group of 3 people to represent Get Experience

Gaining Work Experience

Have you ever been told you need more experience? Are you wondering how you can get experience if no one will give you a chance? We can help you identify internships, volunteer opportunities and other options to help build your resume.
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