Texas Wesleyan University's Student Employment Program (SEP) is designed for experiential learning that will inspire, mentor and coach students for professional expectations and career endeavors.
Positions within Student Employment are considered on-campus jobs. All student employees will receive guidance, resources and job skills they can apply towards their career after college life. We focus on responsibility, accountability, job etiquette and many other aspects of employment.
In order for the SEP to be successful we encourage every Texas Wesleyan student to take advantage of this unique experience and become engaged.
Students have the opportunity, as part of their education at Texas Wesleyan, to take part in off-campus learning experiences. These experiences will help students make successful career decisions, endure smooth school-to-work transitions and further their education and training.
Career Services follows the National Association of Colleges and Employers guidelines concerning paid and unpaid internships.
To begin pursuing a for-credit internship speak with your faculty advisor about requirements for your major and what suggestions they have for an internship, then log in to CareerLink and start a search for positions you might be interested in applying for.
Students should consider current trends and events, both local and global, when determining which fields will demand job applicants with specific academic majors and work experiences.
To begin pursuing a job, log in to CareerLink to upload your resume and cover letter and begin the job search process.