A student-driven initiative has come one big step closer to fruition with the hire of a new leader. Her first task? To begin plans for a premier facility where employers will interview and recruit The University of Texas at Austin’s best and brightest.
Dr. Katharine Brooks, director of career services at The University of Texas at Austin, helps students studying in liberal arts fields such as English, economics and history market their education to future employers in her new online course "Taking Your Major from College to Career."
The U.S. has lost eight million jobs since the recession began in December 2007. Unemployment seems to be holding steady. Some forecasters believe the job outlook will improve. In the coming weeks, thousands of students will graduate from college and try to enter the workforce. Faculty and staff experts at The University of Texas at… » Continue Reading
Fidel Zapatas, a graduate student in the College of Education, and Mary Jane Burson, professor and practicum coordinator for Human Development and Family Sciences, have been honored by the Texas Campus Career Council (TC3) at The University of Texas at Austin with the Robert Murff Excellence Award for outstanding support of career services at the… » Continue Reading