Paul Pausky Jr. '78 February 16, 2023 11:50 AM updated: February 16, 2023 2:42 PM
What would you do if your organization cut staff tomorrow? What resources do you have to respond today?
Are you thinking any of the below?
I’m not sure what kind of job I want.
What kinds of jobs are available based upon my degree, skills, and experience?
Am I doing something wrong? I have responded to dozens of job postings but nothing is happening.
I know what I want to do. I don’t know where the jobs are.
Do I have the right resume to help me get the job?
I need a strategy to get the job I want.
Texas A&M's Former Student Career Services holds virtual drop-in hours from 1:30-4 p.m. on Wednesday afternoons to quickly answer critical, time-sensitive questions. Get more information here.
FSCS conducts a regular webinar twice a month from noon to 1 p.m. Texas time that is open for all Texas A&M former students.
It aims to "introduce resources designed to help Aggies regardless of the stage in their careers. Learn about resources, strategies, and tactics to help you get ‘plugged in’ with the Aggie Network and beyond to achieve your career goals."
The webinar is offered twice a month: each first Monday and third Wednesday.
Register for first Monday webinar here
Register for third Wednesday webinar here
FSCS has teamed up with The Reveille Club of Houston to host a weekly webinar, at 8:30 a.m. on Thursdays, adjacent to Reveille Club meetings.
Register for the Thursday webinar here
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Contact email@example.com 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 2021, 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.