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SEPTEMBER 12, 2022 – This month, UTSA students and alumni will have the opportunity to explore internships and job opportunities available at dozens of leading companies at two career expos hosted by the University Career Center (UCC).
Both events will take place from 2-6 p.m. on September 14 and 16 at the HEB Student Union Ballrooms (HSU 1.104/1.106) and will offer Roadrunners the opportunity to connect with employers looking to fill internships. and full-time and part-time. personal work places.
The September 14 STEM Career Expo will focus on career and internship opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math. The following week, on September 21, UCC will host the All-Majors Career Expo.
The upcoming events mark UCC’s first in-person career expos since February 2020. This year’s events will feature more than 80 employers, including Accenture Federal Services, USAA, Enterprise, HEB, the National Security Agency (NSA ), Circle K, Colliers Engineering & Design, Dell Technologies, HDR Inc., Marathon Petroleum Company LP, Pape-Dawson Engineers Inc. and Tata Consultancy Services.
Both events are open to UTSA students and alumni. Faculty members are also encouraged to attend these career fairs to meet recruiters and keep up to date with employment trends.
Career Expo Tips:
- Dress code The dress code for these events is casual.
- Check out these cheat sheets for the STEM Career Expo and All Majors Career Expo to research which companies will be attending and the positions they are looking to fill.
- Bring plenty of copies of your resume and update your LinkedIn profile.
- Don’t forget to access UCC’s services, which include exploration and planning, resume/cover letter/CV review, and job search assistance, all of which are available through in-person and virtual appointments.
The learning opportunities the exhibits provide for the wider Roadrunner community align with UTSA’s Classroom to Career initiative, which allows students to participate in experiential learning opportunities, including internships, service learning, undergraduate research and study abroad to acquire the technical and soft skills demanded by employers. .
These programs provide students with a better understanding of the marketable skills needed in the workplace and are especially important in linking academic success to life after graduation for historically underserved populations.