Just going to class and getting your diploma isn’t enough – you need to be active on and off campus. Every Aggie’s path from freshmen year to Former Student will be different, and the Career Center is here to help you create a plan unique to your goals. But that process starts now. Whether this is your first year on campus, or you are a senior who is unsure of what you want to do “when you grow up”, now is the right time to stop by and see us!
We help you plan your path from Freshman Year to Former Student
Our best advice?
At the end of the day, your success both during and after college is in your hands. However we are here to make sure you have the absolute best Aggie experience possible, which includes a clear understanding of how to get from here to career.
- Meet your Career Advisor.
- Get Involved.
- Explore different Majors and Careers.
The best way? Start Now.
- Meet your Career Advisor. Did you know that regardless of your class year or major there is a specific Career Center staff member dedicated to helping you? We provide you with the tools needed to start realizing your goals and make educated decisions about your involvement both on and off campus. Whether you need to choose a major, explore career options, start a resume, or make decisions about what type of activities to get involved in, your Career Advisor is here to help! Simply put: Talk to us! We are here for you, and want you to succeed! Call (979) 845-5139 to schedule an appointment today!
- Get Involved. There are over 800 student organizations at TAMU. There is something for everyone. Getting involved outside the classroom can further help you determine your goals. Choosing activities that align with your interests and values can make the career exploration processes a bit more clear. Unsure of where to start? Stop by and see us!
- Explore different Majors and Careers. Your major does not have to define your career, but exploration is a critical piece to planning a future you are passionate about. When thinking about your major and potential career, remember to talk with friends, classmates, professors and US! Your on-campus resources have a wealth of knowledge to share with you that can help decisions a bit easier to make.