June Facebook Live with Dean Einstein
Dean Einstein and Terrence Hood, the Career Center's Associate Director of Alumni Career Services & Student Athletes, answered questions about how students get workforce ready during their time at TCU. Watch the video and check out tips on how our students get career ready.
Students have access to resume review, job searches and guidance from our career center as alumni too! In fact, Terrence Hood works with alumni frequently. The Princeton Review ranked TCU as the #5 best alumni network among private schools and our graduates join more than 90,000 alumni around the world. Alumni can also join Horned Frogs Connect and use Handshake to network and find jobs.
Use career services early and often!
Don’t wait until you’re about to graduate to step foot into our amazing Center for Career & Professional Development. Dedicated career consultants for each school and college can help you discover majors, build your resume, find internships and more from your first year. They have a four-year strategy to help you make the most of college and prepare for a successful career beyond our campus. The Princeton Review ranks TCU #11 best career services among private schools.
Dedicated career consultants serve as your specialists.
We have career consultants for each school and college as well as areas like athletics and alumni. These consultants work with employers who want to hire Horned Frogs and with academic areas so they know how to get you plugged in to internships and jobs, which classes and majors will lead to your dream job and can help you apply to graduate school and other postsecondary opportunities too. About 93 percent of students have a job or enroll in graduate school within six months of graduation.
We offer scholarships to help students pursue internships.
Four-out-of-five students get internships while they're on campus and The Princeton Review ranked us #4 for best internships among private schools. We support students to pursue low-paying or unpaid internships. Since 2013, the internship scholarship program has provided over $2 million dollars to support more than 1,200 TCU students completing internships in 30 states and 30 countries.
- When should undergraduates start visiting the career center? - 19:01
- How do you assist students who are pre-majors? - 21:01
- Does the Neeley School of Business have connections in states beyond Texas for internships? - 25:59
- Is there a specific career center for pre-health? 28:28
- Are there internship scholarships available for student teachers? - 29:26
- What shifts have you seen in career services during the pandemic? - 31:39
- What kind of hands-on experience do students get for workforce prep? - 36:14
- Is a first-year student unsure about their major advised to visit the career center early on? - 39:54
- Does the career center guide students who want to go to graduate school? - 41:24
- Can students meet with you for guidance on changing majors? - 43:10
- When is the deadline to apply for internship scholarships? - 45:28