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The Office of Career Services serves as a bridge between students' college experience and life after UT. Starting the first year at UT and continuing beyond graduation, we are here to help students explore who they are and their career options, connect their experience—whether it is academic, campus involvement and engagement, internships or work experience to careers or graduate school – and achieve their post-graduation goals.

Come check out our new space in the Southard Family Building (formerly Riverside Center) 117! 

Phone: (813) 253-6236  |  Email: hireut@ut.edu  |  Fax: (813) 258-7271
Location: Southard Family Building 117  |  Mailbox: Box K

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Career Exploration

Assistance is available to all UT undergraduate students at any stage in the decision-making process.

Career Exploration

Internships

UT offers a variety of resources for students to explore, get assistance and maximize their academic experience.

Internships

Find Experience

On-campus student employment, volunteer opportunities, internships, part-time jobs or full-time work experience.

Finding Experience

Current Grad Students

A variety of programs and resources to assist graduate students in developing a comprehensive career management plan.

Graduate Student Resources

Employers

The University of Tampa consistently produces one of the top candidate pools in the state of Florida.

Employer Services

Handshake

Search job and internships in the Handshake database.

Handshake

9,300

Student Connections

Resumes, internships and career options.

Appointments

12,700

Applications Submitted

on Handshake for jobs and internships.

Handshake

96%

of UT Graduates

achieved their post-graduation goals.

Graduate Survey

2,100

First-year Students

started networking with Career Services.

Career Exploration
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My career development thus far would not be possible without the guidance and advice I received from career services; I can't say thank you enough." — Shaun Lamoureux, International Business and Economics Major and Citi Group Intern