You’ll find in-depth industry guides, employer profiles and rankings, videos, job search and educational information on Vault. (Note: The first time you use this resource, you will need to set up a username and password.) View list of Vault Guides.
Career Mentor Database
Networking with professionals who are working in the fields that interest you is a great way to discover whether a given career is right for you. The Career Mentor Database is a free networking/career mentoring resource available to TU students through Hire@TU. Connect with a career mentor today. (Alumni – become a career mentor and make a difference in the lives of TU students.)
. Compass Compass is a visual personality assessment that matches you to careers in less than five minutes. A fun and quick first step in finding your career direction!
Want to work or intern abroad? Are you an international student looking for a job in the United States? Preparing to study abroad? Find 600,000 worldwide job/internship postings, 35 country career guides, searchable H1B Plus database and more in Going Global.
Hire@TU Hire@TU is a free, online job and internship database that offers recruiting services for students, alumni, employers, faculty and staff. Some of the great services available through Hire@TU include: internship and job search, resume and Career Mentor Databases, on-campus recruiting, career event registration and more!
jobipedia jobipedia provides free career advice from recruiting professionals at some of the nation's leading employers. jobipedia is designed so students and recent graduates can ask career-related questions and receive answers directly from experienced recruiting professionals at top American companies Try out the site today by searching through the database of over 1000 answers, or by submitting questions of your own.
O*NET - My Next Move
Discover occupations you might enjoy by taking the O*NET Interest Profiler assessment. If you already have an occupation in mind, search by industry or keyword and learn more about it from My Next Move.
Resources by Major Wondering what options you have with your major? Resources by Major is a comprehensive database of career information that will help you start figuring out what you can do with your major. It includes common career titles, internship and research opportunities, job search Web sites, sample resumes specific to your field, and relevant professional associations.
What Can I Do with This Major?
Learn more about career options related to your major. Note the printable information (PDFs) and the Web links. This is a great resource if you're unsure about your major, or if you're thinking about next steps along the academic or career path.
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