Jumpstart your career search. Visit the Towson University Career Center.
It’s never too early for students to start thinking about the future. Our staff can help you identify your interests and find your passion. Take advantage of one-on-one career counseling, self-assessment tests and online resources to discover your career path. Then begin broadening your job-seeking skills. We are committed to your success and will help you master the art of the interview, create an impressive resume, and develop a professional image to give you the competitive edge.
We also work closely to build relationships with employers and help them connect to Towson’s 22,000-plus talented and motivated students. Let us open doors for you and provide opportunities for you to begin building your professional network with employers who regularly visit campus for networking and recruitment events.
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2016 Part-Time & On-Campus Job Fair
11 a.m. - 2 p.m. at UU Potomac Lounge
Need some extra income? Come meet with local and on-campus employers to obtain flexible part-time employment while earning your degree!
Actuarial Science and Risk Management Recruitment Event
Noon - 3 p.m. at WVC 307
Fifteen to twenty employers are expected to participate. A list of attending employers will be available via Hire@TU as the event nears.
Fall Career & Internship Fair
Noon - 3 p.m. at SECU Arena
Over 200 employers will be at SECU Arena to hire TU Tigers for full-time and internship opportunities!
Class of 2015
“The Career Center helped me with almost every facet of the graduate school application process. Career Counselors reviewed my CV, resume, and personal statement to optimize the quality of my work which led to my acceptance at Columbia University.”