TWU has a unique student population and Career Connections recognizes that online students are often not on campus to utilize services. We want to make it easier for students to connect and use the services and resources available to facilitate career and professional development.

  • Our one-on-one appointments can be held on the phone or via video chat. Choose the medium when scheduling your appointment in Handshake.
  • We regularly host live webinars featuring the same content as our in person workshops. Check our calendar for online learning opportunities. 
  • Miss a live webinar? Access previously recorded webinars in our media library.
  • In Spring 2020, Career Connections will host its first-ever virtual career fair! We are excited to bring an online career fair format to serve our distance and online learners. Check back for more information as we will post the details as they become available!

 

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