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A&M Career Center Hosts Webinar Series For Former Students

Caitlin "Cait" Shields '11 August 16, 2019 9:57 AM updated: February 24, 2020 11:00 AM

Former Student Career Services conducts a webinar from noon to 1 p.m. Texas time on the first Monday of each month for Texas A&M former students, dubbed the "First Mondays Career Focus." 

It aims to "overview resources designed to help Aggies explore career options, research opportunities, find industry connections and compete in our evolving job markets. Learn the strategies and tactics needed to get plugged in with the Aggie Network and beyond to achieve your career goals."

Register in advance by going here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Contact fscshelp@tamu.edu for additional details.

Texas A&M's Career Center offers Former Student Career Services year-round and throughout your career. The Association of Former Students helps fund its great work for both current and former students; in 2017, Association donors provided $63,000 to the center.

The Career Center's specialists can provide you with the tools and resources you need to effectively explore your options, then access and utilize the Aggie Network. They can help you fine-tune your resume, perfect your interviewing skills and identify job openings in your field. Visit AggieNetwork.com/Careers to learn more.

Aggies helping Aggies find jobs has been a key part of The Association for more than a century. Today, The Association provides free career tools directly to Aggies and thousands of dollars in funding to the Career Center. Get started at AggieNetwork.com/Careers and lend your support at tx.ag/give.



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