Support your students’ career development process in many ways! We strive to foster Spartan Ready competencies through our services and programs. Here are some key things to keep in mind for your student:
Encourage your student to get connected with Career Services starting their first year so they can begin the process of career exploration: connecting who they are as a person with meaningful career options that align with their values, interests, personality, skills, strengths and motivations.
»Exploration resources, programs and services
Your student can meaningfully engage in his or her academics and extracurricular activities. Most students start figuring out who they are and where they’re going through class projects, clubs and organizations, volunteering and doing one of the most important things for post-college success: getting an internship.
There are many opportunities for students to build relationships with employers by checking out our events calendar to see when employer-student events are happening, develop excellent job search strategies (page under construction) and ultimately land a great job upon graduation.
Additional ways to support your student, and all students at The University of Tampa include the following:
Refer Employment Opportunities
The Office of Career Services continually networks to offer the widest array of employment opportunities for our students and graduates no matter the career interest or geographic location. You can be a significant partner in that process by making us aware of employment opportunities with your employer. You may:
- Complete the Job Posting form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org; or
- Email a copy of your employer’s job posting with full contact information for the recruiter to email@example.com; or
- Encourage your human resources representatives to create a login on HIRE-UT to post their positions at no cost.
Become a Mentor
Students with various majors and career interests are seeking professionals in career fields of interest to network. Families may lend their advice and guidance through such things as: informational interviews, job shadowing, industry information, relocation tips, mock interviews and resume/cover letter critiques. If you are interested in become a mentor volunteer, complete the Volunteer Interest form
and email to firstname.lastname@example.org