The Career & Professional Development Center introduces Alumnifire, a mentoring program for current U students looking for career guidance from a trusted source.
The name “Career and Professional Development Center” better reflects the ongoing nature of career development, and those at the center invite students to visit during their first semester.
The name “Career and Professional Development Center” better reflects the ongoing nature of career development.
Career Services recognizes faculty for helping students succeed and prepare for life after graduation.
Building an international experience into your time at the University of Utah offers a window into other cultures and viewpoints and often provides a foundation that can enhance your critical thinking skills.
Develop a meaningful connection with one of the U’s outstanding professors to get the most out of your college experience.
Before heading to the upcoming career fairs, review these useful tips to make the most of the event.
Visit the fall career fair Tuesday, Oct. 4, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., in the Union Ballroom, to get a head start on job hunting. Hundreds of employers will be looking for recent and soon-to-be grads to fill full-time positions and internships.
Meet August’s Humans of the U: Sharing compelling stories from the heart of the University of Utah campus.
Meet Sara Jarman, the voice of TRAX and the recruiting coordinator at University of Utah Career Services.