We are here to assist in the realization of your public health career potential and goals. We offer comprehensive career and professional development tools and strategies to maximize the success of your efforts.
- Individual, tailored advising sessions to discuss your goals and strategies
- Interview preparation and practice
- Compensation evaluation and negotiation
- Networking and job search strategies
- Practicum and fellowship guidance
- Resume/CV, cover letter, and personal statement reviews
- Professional development events, opportunities and resources
- Resume & Cover Letter tips and examples
- Career and public health related articles
- Interviewing skills and tips
- International student assistance and resources
- Online tools, resources and information available via Blackboard (Career Services 'course')
Our goal is to provide lifelong assistance for your career needs. Graduates have free access to resources including: one-on-one advising (in-person or by phone), resume/cv assistance, networking and job search strategies, and online resources. You can also request to be included in our listserv to receive job opportunities we receive.
It's never too early to begin your job search. Whether you want to know all that public health offers, or have questions about specific areas within the profession, the Office of Career Services invites prospective students to contact us with any questions.
ADDITIONAL CAMPUS RESOURCES
Texas A&M Career Center - (main campus) available to both current and former students
Texas A&M Student Counseling Services - (main campus) access to career and personality assessments
Erin E. Schneider
Director of Student Affairs