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Presentations Overview

Career Services representatives present on a wide range of topics designed to help your students enhance their career development. We offer presentations on topics including:

  • Overview of services                    
  • Choosing a major
  • Career exploration (what can I do with my major?)    
  • How to make the most of my major
  • Creating resumes, cover letters and documents        
  • Internships and job shadowing
  • Graduate school                    
  • The job search process
  • Using Jobs4Cats                    
  • How to "work" a job fair
  • The online job search                    
  • Networking

Don't Cancel That Class!

Presenting at a conference? Can’t make it into the office? If you are unable to teach a class, don’t cancel that class! Instead, have Career Services fill in. We can present to your students on our services, major-specific topics, resume-building and more! Request a presentation now.

In-Class Announcements

Want to alert students to Career Services’ presence on campus? Raise awareness about an upcoming event? We’re happy to give in-class announcements that won’t cut into your teaching time. Request an in-class announcement today.

Student Organization Presentations

Does your student organization need to know more about Career Services, resume-building or conducting an effective job search? We’re happy to help. Request a student organization presentation now.

Employer Presentations

Students want to hear from real employers. To invite an employer into your classroom to speak to your students about job opportunities, contact Ralph Leal, Career Services' Associate Director, at or 512.245.2645.

Or, keep a lookout for e-mails from your college liaison, who may offer employer presentations at different times throughout the year.

To request a presentation, please use our online form.

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