Faculty & Staff

Welcome to the Texas A&M Career Center!

The Career Center manages campus recruiting for Texas A&M University. Career Center staff provides career education, coordinates on-campus interviewing, and offers experiential education opportunities (i.e. co-op education, internships, and externships) for our students. Through Career Advisors, we provide targeted career services to the colleges, graduate students, and former students.

As faculty, you and the Career Center are critical influences on students' abilities to obtain employment upon graduation. Together, we can help them plan for successful futures. We look forward to working with you to assist students with their career needs.


Below are some resources that may be helpful. As you plan your classes, consider including some component of the career development process. We have a full-range of options to assist them through their career.

Your Career Center Contact

Our Career Advisors serve as liaisons to several colleges to facilitate strong campus relationships.

Work with your liaison to identify the unique Career programs and services to support your student's specific career needs.

Request a Class Presentation

Our Career Advisors can speak to your classes about career-related topics. We offer a wide variety of presentations, including:

  • Career Center 101 - Introduction to Career Services
  • Choosing a Major/Career
  • Resume/Cover Letter Preparation
  • Job/Internship Search
  • Dress for Success
  • Career Fair Prep
  • Interviewing Strategies

Other career-related topics not mentioned can be covered. 

Please email cc_advisor@tamu.edu to request a presentation.


Professional School Advising resources

Our students here at Texas A&M University are fortunate to have dedicated and knowledgeable faculty and staff to help them achieve their educational goals. Our Professional School Advisors realize this and are ready and eager to assist you.

Please visit our Professional School Advising page to learn more about how our staff can help you identify prerequisite coursework, facilitate presentations for your class or office, and help you prepare recommendation or evaluation letters for your students.