The Career Connections Center strives to serve students, faculty, alumni, and employers in an increasingly diverse and competitive job market. Throughout the academic year, Career Connections facilitates workshops and seminars on career exploration and job search topics to help students develop solid career readiness skills.

Located in the heart of the Dallas Medical District, our students are afforded opportunities to invest in their career pursuits while using our services to leverage their career success. The Dallas Career Consultant strives to connect, empower, and inform our junior, senior, and graduate students as well as alumni as they navigate a demanding job market. Our students have the opportunity to engage in programming throughout each semester. Students can connect with employers, learn about the job search process, and schedule one-on-one advising appointments with their career consultant.

Some Career News and Resources in Light of the COVID Crisis

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While we all adjust to the drastic changes to our lives and especially our work (as students or employed workers) caused by the impact of COVID 19, I want to make sure that you all have the career resources and …

By Chrissy Meek. M.A.
Chrissy Meek. M.A. Career Consultant, Denton Campus Chrissy Meek. M.A.
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Laid Off? This is What it Means and What to Do

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Recent surveys, such as one conducted by NPR, PBSNewsHour and Marist, suggest that 18% of adults in the U.S. have lost their job or have had hours cut due to the global pandemic. If you have been laid off or …

By Laura Berlinsky-Schine
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Why Are You NOT Using LinkedIn Learning Already?

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LinkedIn Learning is an online learning tool that allows you to take video courses and connects with your LinkedIn profile to showcase the skills you have learned through completion certificates. As a TWU student, you have FREE access to this …

By Rohit Prasad, M.Ed.
Rohit Prasad, M.Ed. Career Consultant, Denton Campus Rohit Prasad, M.Ed.
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What Does the Coronavirus Pandemic Mean for Your Job Search?

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As companies move to remote work to fight the coronavirus pandemic and an increasing number of workers are being laid off or furloughed, you might be wondering if you should continue to send out resumes or just assume that no …

By Lisa Rabasca Roepe - The Muse
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Navigating A Virtual Interview

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You got this!

With the great measure of what is going on in the world right now, everyone transitioning to work from home or are unable to attend in-person classes means interviews are going virtual. First things first… it’s okay. …

By Bryana Ortiz, M. Ed. LPC-Intern
Bryana Ortiz, M. Ed. LPC-Intern Career Consultant, Houston Campus Bryana Ortiz, M. Ed. LPC-Intern
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