Welcome Faculty and Staff

Thank you for your interest in Career Services.  We appreciate any and all opportunities to collaborate with faculty and staff to enhance the career opportunities to TAMU-CC students.  We can help you post a job for hiring students, give you guidance on writing reference and recommendation letters and make you aware of resources which we have to aid you in advising students. 

The mutual goal of both our faculty and career center is student success. By working together, faculty and career services can ensure the transition from student to a member of the work force is as seamless as possible.

Think of the path our students take to their professional career as a camping trip. Our faculty does an outstanding job of “filling the students’ backpacks” with the knowledge and practical skills they need to thrive once they reach their destination. At Career Services, we provide the maps and compasses, and serve as guides for students conducting their career exploration.

Hiring Student Workers

Want to search for and hire a student worker?  Start by creating an employer account on HireAnIslander and posting your position.  To get started, click here. The job postings must be approved by the career services office before they appear to students.  The approval generally occurs once, late each business day.  

How can we help you? Following are some of the services we offer:

  • We help your students find the right fit. We help students determine the right career for their interests, career goals, skills, values, and personality. During their academic careers, students return to Career Services to develop essential job-search skills. We are a student’s best resource for job outlook, salary, and employment trend information.
  • We know employers who want to know you. At Career Services, we work directly with employers, who often ask for the contact information of faculty members who could help them to target students in a particular major or discipline. Ideally, employers would like to develop mutually beneficial relationships with faculty, and can provide many forms of support. We can facilitate that connection. We also have resources to help faculty understand their ethical responsibilities toward students.
  • Our career fairs attract many recruiters to one event. Our career fairs provide excellent opportunities for your students to meet representatives from the companies in their industries of choice and establish a network of contacts. We will help your students research the employers beforehand and provide tips so they are prepared to effectively engage recruiters.
  • We help students master the job interview. There is no better way to prepare for the job interview than by experiencing an “actual” interview. At the career center, our staff or recruiter volunteers will conduct mock interviews with your students, then provide a constructive critique of their performance and effective interview strategies.
  • We’ll bring the information to your class. We specialize in conducting presentations to the classes you teach and the student organizations you advise about a host of career-related topics, such as resume writing, job-search strategies, and interviewing skills. In addition, we can arrange presentations by professionals (many of them alumni), who can relate their experiences and how their major has helped them in their careers. We also can help out in a pinch: If you need to or are considering canceling a class, just contact us and we can schedule a presentation instead.
  • We assist in identifying quality experiential education opportunities. Experiential education is such an important part of your students’ overall educational experience. Just ask any employer. Through our network of employers, we can help your students identify internship and cooperative education opportunities that will best serve them in their academic and professional pursuits.