Services for Students

The practicum and full-time employment search is a process. Spending time at the beginning of your program assessing your strengths and skills will make your search more efficient and effective.

Analyzing position descriptions to identify the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is also a key step to take early in your job search preparation. You’ll then be able to make compelling connections to the employer’s needs.

If you notice any gaps, there will be time to seek resources and experiences to fortify your background and expand your skill set. Your marketability is enhanced by volunteer work, publications, research, and field experiences.

Comprehensive, targeted career services are provided by the School of Public Health, including:

  • Individual and small group advising appointments
  • Career assessment interpretation, including MBTI and StrengthsFinder
  • Job search and networking strategies
  • Communications coaching, including resume/CV, cover letters, oral presentations, and online profiles
  • Interview preparation
  • Employer and former student interaction

Find more advice, resources, and templates under the Job Search Resources and Job Search Strategy sections.

While Jessica Newcomb is your career coach, as an Aggie, you can also access resources through the Texas A&M University Career Center. You can use the HireAggies job board as well as job search tools like CareerShift to search for companies and contacts and InterviewStream to conduct mock interviews.

Schedule an appointment with Senior Career Coordinator, Jessica Newcomb, to get started.

Former Students

Graduates have access to resources free of charge, including: one-on-one advising, resume/CV assistance, networking, job search strategy, and online resources. To schedule a virtual appointment, contact Jessica Newcomb.

Prospective Students

It is never too early to begin thinking about career development. Whether you want to know more about career options or have questions that are unique to your search, contact Jessica Newcomb.