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Career Services Texas State University

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Sadie Randall

on 9 September 2015

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Transcript of Career Services Texas State University

Overview of Services
Mass Communication Resources
Mass Communication Career Fair
Myths of Career Services
Career Services is only for students who are looking for a job or internship.

I don’t need to attend a career fair if I am not looking for a position.

I am only a sophomore, it is too early to start looking for internships.

My major is going to lead to my career.

LBJ Student Center 5th Floor
Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Career Services
School of Journalism & Mass Communication
Internship Facebook Page
Career Exploration
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
LBJ Student Center Ballroom
Overview of Presentation
Sophomore Strategies
About Career Services
Myths of Career Services
Overview of Services & Resources
Mass Communication Resources
Sophomore Strategies

comprehensive career assistance
to the diverse Texas State family. Our services incorporate leading practices to guide students through
all stages of their career development and progression.
LBJ Student Center 5th Floor, 5-7.1
Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Job Search Assistance
Connection to Employers
Information Sessions
Career Fairs
On-Campus Recruiting & Interviewing
Career Events
Resumes & Cover Letters
48 Hour
Interview Preparation
Interview Stream
Mock Interviews
Job Search Resources
Online Job Search
Social Media
Get Connected To:
On & Off-Campus Part-time Jobs
Work-study Jobs
Full-time positions & Internships
Employers Attending Jobs Fairs
Bobcat Career Contacts
Meet with a Career Counselor
Assessments (Who Am I?)
Career & Major Exploration (What's
Out There?)
What Can I Do With This Major?
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Reality Check
Career Events
Career Fairs
Etiquette Dinner
Career Kickoff
Employer Information Sessions
Graduating Just Got Easier
LSAT Practice Test
Externship Day
Careers in the City
What's That Like?
Informational Interviews
Job Shadowing
Part-time Jobs
How Do I Get There?
Self-Assessment: Who am I?
Exploration: What’s out there?
Reality Testing: What’s that like?
Implementation: How do I get there?
Mass Communication
Meet with a Career Counselor or Advisor
What's That Like?
Informational Interviews, Job Shadow,
& Part-time Jobs
Network with Employers
Consider Internships
Take Courses That Interest You
Join Student Organizations
Study Abroad
Utilize Social
Factors Associated with
Job Search Success
(Koc & NACE, 2014)
Koc, E. W. & NACE Journal. (2014, November). Factors associated with job-search success. Retrieved from https://www.naceweb.org/j112014/factors-with-job-search-success.aspx
Utilize a Variety of Career Services
Resources Often

Utilize the Mass Communication Resources

Take Advantage of Resources
Around You
(Network, Social Media,
Student Organizations, etc.)

Chuck Kaufman,
Internship and Scholarship Coordinator
Specific Internships for Mass Communication
Resume & Cover Letter Assistance
Course Credit Information
What Can I Do With This Major? (Handout)
Get Involved
(NACE, 2014)
(NACE, 2014)
Learning Outcomes
Participants will be able to:
Describe resources or events that career services provides to students

Understand the resources specific to mass communication majors and where to access them

Identify 2-3 strategies to engage in career development as sophomore students
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