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Learn more about Career Services' online resources

06.23.2021 | By: Texas Wesleyan University
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Career Services has several online resources to help students and alumni prepare for their careers. Whether you’re looking for a job or pursuing grad school, check out these online resources that can help you succeed!

Focus 2 

The first step to finding a satisfying major or career is to learn as much about yourself as possible. Start with Focus 2, a self-paced, online career and education planning tool. It provides a complete picture of your interests, values, personality, skills and leisure activities using self-assessment questionnaires, interest inventories and personality testing. 

Here's how to create a Focus 2 account: 

Handshake 

Career Services has recently partnered with Handshake to assist students and alumni with: 

  • Off-campus job postings 
  • Scheduling an appointment with a career counselor
  • Internship opportunities 
  • RSVP for events such as Career Fairs and Graduate School Fairs
  • Networking with Texas Wesleyan alumni 

To start pursuing a job:

  • Visit https://txwes.joinhandshake.com/ 
  • Register your account or login using your txwes.edu email 
  • Upload your resume and cover letter
  • View the job board and begin the job search process

Big Interview 

Looking to improve your interview skills? Ace your next interview with Big Interview, a software program that provides free, online interview practice tools. Big Interview can assist students and alumni with: 

  • Mock interviews
  • Comprehensive video training
  • Step-by-step interview answer builders
  • Resume curriculum and much more.

Register your Big Interview account here: https://txwes.biginterview.com/, using your txwes.edu email.

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