Several Career Fairs are offered each semester. View current Career Fairs on our Events page.
An internship is a career-related work experience usually lasting one semester, often occuring during the summer. Internships should be a carefully monitored learning experience for the student - assignments appropriate to the student's educational level and related to their field of study are expected.
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION (Co-ops)
Co-op is an educational program which provides students with a structured and progressive work experience, combining semesters of on-campus coursework with paid, practical experience. Co-op students are paid during their work assignments, and also receive academic credit.
During a co-op, some students alternate employment with semesters at TAMU (ex: Fall at work, Spring at A&M, Summer at work), many work back-to-back semesters (ex: Spring & Summer or Summer & Fall), and others work single semester work terms prior to returning to school.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN RECRUITING AGGIES FOR INTERNSHIPS OR CO-OPS, THE CAREER CENTER PROVIDES:
On-line job posting service (HireAggies)
Interview facilities for on-campus interviews
Recruiting strategies and staff that can assist you every step of the way
If you would like to provide internships for credit, the Career Center will assist you in contacting the respective academic departments
The 2016 AggiExternship Program was a huge success!
726 students participated and 65 different majors were represented.
60% of participants were Freshmen or Sophomores.
The 2017 AggiExternship Program will be held January 10-13th!
Click here to register your organization.
Student Registration will begin in November.
What is an Externship?
Students visit a company in a field of interest for ONE day. Companies are provided an opportunity to educate students about their specific company and help students explore a Day-In-The-Life of a particiular career.
Why Should Your Company Participate?
Meet potential full-time, co-op and intern candidates. Brand your company with students, many at the Freshmen & Sophomore level. Establish stronger ties with students and gain insight into students' work expectations and interests.
How Does Your Company Get Involved?
Companies are generally located in or within close proximity to major cities in Texas. Registration will be available in September each year. For additional information about the program, contact Megan Stoltzfus.
FRESHMEN & SOPHOMORES
Employers responding to NACE's 2013 Recruiting Benchmarks Survey rated 'Identifying talent early' as one of the most important factors in college recruiting. 83.7% of respondants rated early identification as 'Very Important' or 'Extremely Important' to their success.
Texas A&M is preparing students at an earlier age to engage with employers and we encourage you to consider expanding your strategies to include underclassmen.
Ways to engage with underclassmen: FLOs (Freshmen Leadership Organizations), targeted workshops & programs, AggiExternships, Employer Spotlight in the Freshman & Sophomore Newsletter
For more information, contact our First and Second Year Advisor: Amy Thompson (Mays Business School)
Texas A&M is home to a growing Veteran population of almost 1,200 students. There are many advantages to hiring someone who has served in the U.S. Military.
A student Veteran embodies the strengths, character and skills you are looking for, including:
1. Maturity, Discipline, and Leadership
2. Diverse/Global Experiences
3. Interpersonal Communication & Collaborative Skills
4. Focused on Achievement and Success
5. Efficient under Pressure
Please review NACE's Tips for Attracting Military Veterans to Your Organization, and also visit our Veteran Resource & Support Center.
If you need further assistance connecting with this student population, contact any of the Veterans on the Career Center Staff: Kevin McGinnis, Bob Foley, or David McMahon.
Texas A&M is home to roughly 600 student athletes who compete at the highest level, both in the classroom and on their respective fields of play. The transferable skills a student-athlete develops during their everyday experiences can transition extremely well into the workplace.
Consider these 5 inherent qualities of most student-athletes competing at this level:
1. Achievement Oriented
3. Strong Communicators
4. Team Oriented
5. Effective Time Management
If you are interested in recruiting student-athletes, please reach out to our Athletics Liaison, Megan Stoltzfus
Please review our International Student Services website, including important Employment Information
The Texas A&M Career Center is a centralized model which allows employers to post one position to any degree level and major.* The Employer Services Recruiting Coordinators are responsible for different employer segments. Please contact your representative with questions related to job postings, on campus recruiting or information sessions.
Brenda Riley – Career Center Partners and Employers L-Z
Shirley Alvarado – Employers A – K
Paula Moses – Director, Employer Services
Megan Stoltzfus – Associate Director, Employer Services
Kevin McGinnis - Assistant Director, Employer Services
View all Career Center contacts.
*Employers seeking only MBA or Master level Mays Business students should contact the Mays Career Management Center for assistance.
Post a position and collect resumes for full-time, intern or co-op through the Create Job Posting module.
Click HERE for a brief how-to video.
Reserve interview rooms at the Career Center through the OCR module. Depending on your selections, you can also have HireAggies automate much of the interview scheduling process.
Click HERE for a brief how-to video.
Use HireAggies to schedule an information session at the Memorial Student Center, Rudder Tower or Wehner (Mays Business School). The Career Center will work with you and the A&M Hospitality staff to finalize details of the event.
Click HERE for a brief how-to video.
Important Info Session Information
- Allow for a two-week lead time in scheduling
- Complete a Customer Information Form
- Use all CAPS, Blue or black ink, Customer/Company Name (First, MI, Last), SSN or Federal ID Number.
- Complete a Food Waiver if you are planning to serve food and/or beverages
Driving Directions to Texas A&M University
The Career Center is located in Room 209 of the John J. Koldus Building (JJKB). The Koldus Building is connected to the University Center Parking Garage (UCG), directly across the street (Joe Routt Blvd) from the Rudder Theatre Complex. Show Me the Career Center on the Map.
PARKING: The closest visitor parking location is University Center Garage (UCG), attached to our Koldus Bldg. The next convenient location is West Campus Garage (WCG). Please call us at (979) 845-5139 if you have any issues finding parking.
To get to the Career Center from WCG, walk northeast along Joe Routt Blvd, pass Kyle Field on the right via Pedestrian Passage and cross Houston Street.
The Career Center is unable to validate parking. Visitor Parking rates. Please be aware that some parking pay machines only accept credit cards.
For more information about visiting Texas A&M, please visit the Bryan/College Station Convention & Visitor Bureau website. Topics include Restaurants, Things to Do, Hotels, Shopping, and more!
The TAMU Career Center is a NACE (National Association for Colleges and Employers) member school. Our guidelines reflect the NACE Principles for Professional Conduct for Career Services and Employment Professionals. Please call our Employer Services team at 979-845-5139 if you have questions, suggestions, or concerns regarding our guidelines.
The Texas A&M University Career Center is an equal opportunity and affirmative action institution. These same EEO guidelines apply to employers utilizing the On-Campus Interview Program and the Job Listing service.
Please take a moment to review our policies for Third Party Recruiters.
Increasing company visibility and creating a positive presence on campus are keys to a successful recruiting strategy. The Career Center invites you to participate in our Partnership Program, which provides a customized approach to promoting your organization, designing and implementing special events, and recognition as a Career Center Partner.
Please contact Paula B. Moses, Director of Employer Services, for more information about this opportunity.
The majority of career fairs are managed by student organizations and not the Career Center. Our Events Page is updated each semester to reflect scheduled events along with registration and contact information.
Each job posting is reviewed prior to going live in HireAggies to ensure adherence to specific guidelines.
All full-time, internship and cooperative education (co-op) jobs must be:
A position in HireAggies cannot be:
Campus Ambassador or Virtual Assistant position
Requiring the student to pay a fee, send personal information, etc.
Third party blind posting targeting current students
EEO Policy violation
Salary information is collected from graduating students each semester and aggregated for reference. Salary Survey Results are available. Co-ops and interns are typically paid 60 – 80% of what a recent graduate in their major would receive. This information is representative but does not include all offers made during the selected time period.
The Career Center does not charge fees for job postings or to interview at the Career Center. When posting positions through HireAggies, the employer has the option to Post to This School Only or Post to Multiple Schools. If you choose Post to This School Only, there is no fee when your position is submitted to HireAggies. If you choose Post to Multiple Schools, you are utilizing the NACE OneStop feature and have the ability to post the same position to multiple schools at the same time. The option does require a fee which is paid to NACE. Once posted, the position is submitted to HireAggies and the other schools selected.
Resume books are offered as a service to Career Center Partners only.