Fulbright College Employer Relations
Career Insider emails are weekly messages sent to YOU and the rest of Fulbright students. These weekly email blasts come straight from our Director of Employer Relations, Erica Estes. In these messages, upcoming career events are highlighted, as well as current internships and part-time and full-time job opportunities. You don't want to miss out on this important information coming straight to your inbox every Monday!Download the Latest Career Insider
Explore Research prospective classes and relevant fields you find interesting.
- Review all career community descriptions and narrow your interests to 2-3
- Get to know your field by researching the industry and careers that fall within your career community. Read over position descriptions, professional associations, blogs, organization websites, certification requirements, etc.
- Plan out classes you want to take during your years in Fulbright College
- Volunteer or Job Shadow to learn more about the industry
Practice Set goals for yourself and begin to develop and strengthen your skillset.
- Make a LinkedIn page
- Put together your resume
- Begin CareerTrack Razorback
- Browse through Handshake
- Begin applying for internships and jobs
Connect Dedicate time to networking and gain experience.
- Join a student club or organization
- Research occupations by conducting informational interviews with professionals
- Attend career fairs and campus events
- Get an internship for real world experience
More on Internships
Interested in receiving academic credit for an internship? Visit the Fulbright College Co-operative Education Overview webpage.
If you’re participating in an unpaid internship and not receiving academic credit, please use this Internship Contract to ensure you and your employer are on the same page regarding expectations.
More on Career Counseling Resources
Check out the immense collection of resources for all aspects of career planning found through UA Career Development Center. Find information about career counseling appointments, resumes, CVs, cover letters, interviewing, job search, graduate school search, job negotiation, professional attire and behavior, etc.