In addition to University Career Services, affiliate career centers are also located in some colleges. Review this list to find out what services are available in your college.
The Elizabeth D. Rockwell Career Services Center actively assists Bauer College students and alumni in the career management process. The Center hosts workshops and individual counseling sessions to teach students job search skills and introduces them, through tours and presentations, to various companies and business organizations. Since opening in September 1997, more than 3,000 part-time, full-time and internship openings have been listed on the Center’s on-line job listing service.
In addition to the University of Houston’s Career Planning and Placement Center, the Conrad N. Hilton College also offers its own placement office to assist students in locating both part-time and permanent positions in the hospitality industry. The faculty and professional staff seek to continuously improve the options available to students through a variety of opportunities, including internships and management training work experiences.
The Cullen College of Engineering Career Center is a comprehensive career services department that offers all students in the College of Engineering resources to help them develop and achieve their career goals.
We are here to help engineering students investigate career choices, identify their own skills, abilities and interests, and develop a plan to achieve their goals.
The Engineering Career Center maintains a small library of job- and employer-related publications. Students are free to browse any of these published resources at any time during normal office hours. Many of the resources are free to take.
Career Services for the College of Technology are coordinated through the Academic Services Center and are available to all students and alumni of the College of Technology. The Academic Services Center offers career counseling to all students in the form of guidance about prerequisites, course schedules, degree plans, scholarships and other related issues.
Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) Career Development Services are available to assist students and alumni in identifying and securing professional Social Work employment Goals.
The mission of the Office of Career Development is to provide all of our students and alumni with the tools and strategies necessary to conduct successful job searches. We also are committed to teaching our students that success means being happy with their career choice and that it cannot be measured by the size of the firm or the size of the paycheck.