Welcome UNT Alumni!
As UNT alum, you are welcome to continue using the services and resources of the UNT Career Center for free. This is a lifetime service to you as a graduate of UNT. You are able to access the same services as any currently enrolled student. We are here to assist you whether just starting your job search or are thinking about a career change. Your connection to UNT does not have to end just because you graduated.
Career Advising (e.g., consulting and/or coaching on topics such as professional development, work-place communication, conflict management, career transitions, career research, resume preparation, networking, interview preparation, negotiation, social media etc.)
Alumni Career-Advising Appointments
If you would like to meet for an individual or group career-advising appointment for alumni with an industry-specific career advisor of the UNT Career Center, please call (940) 565-2105, email the Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up for one of the available times in the Eagle Network.*
Self-Assessment Instrument Administration and Interpretation
If you are interested in completing a psychometric-measurement instrument (e.g., Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®, Strong Interest Inventory®, etc.) and having your personality, career-interests, skills-confidence, conflict-modes, and/or other scores and related careers interpreted for you, please schedule a career-advising appointment by calling (940) 565-2105 or emailing the Center email@example.com. This service costs between $15.00 and $35.00 per instrument, depending on the instrument you complete, for the price of the Counseling Psychologists Press report you will receive.
Building your network can be done by connecting with professors, other campus offices/departments, attending conferences, organization meetings, and job fairs, collaborating on a project, and much more! Collect business cards from everyone you meet and take a few notes so that you will always remember where/when/how you met that person.
When speaking of networking, it is also imperative that LinkedIn is mentioned. LinkedIn is a great website where you can keep a public profile or resume of each job you’ve held, detailed descriptions about your experience and skills, and it is also the best and most professional place to connect with your network. Send a quick, personalized, invitation on LinkedIn to those you meet as you build your network.
- Join the UNT Career Center LinkedIn Career Center Group!
- Conducting Employer Research on LinkedIn
- How to Build a Great Student LinkedIn Profile
- How to Network on LinkedIn
- Q&A LinkedIn Etiquette
- Top 10 Online Job Hunting Tips
Twitter, so long as it is strictly a professional account, can also be a great place to connect with professionals, stay up to date on current trends in your field, and also search for jobs.
Remember to continue to always build and grow your network as often times, these people will be the key to helping you in your job search.
Conducting Industry/Employer Research
One of the biggest complaints that we often hear from employers is that interview candidates are not doing enough research about the job and/or company prior to the interview. Conducting research prior to your interview is important to show that you are knowledgeable about the position and company and also shows that you’re genuinely interested.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
- America's CareerInfoNet (Career Videos)
- Vocational Biographies - Contact Career Center for username and password
Useful Tools and Resources
- Interview Questions (through Ready Prep Interview)
- Texas Workforce Commission
How to register in the Eagle Network
To sign up for an individual appointment, group advising or an alumni career-service event, please access your Eagle Network account. If you don't yet have an account, please access the Eagle Network, register, and upload your resume. You will be prompted to contact the Career Center for your account to be activated. Once in the Eagle Network, you will be able to view and/or register for any Career Center event, service or job, including all alumni career services listed.
If you have alumni career-service questions, comments or special requests, please contact the Career Center at (940) 565-2105 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alumni Participation in Student Programs
Participation as presenter, panelist or mentor in UNT student programs (e.g., industry-specific networking events, career days, skill/knowledge-development workshops, company presentations, etc.). For further information on proximate opportunities or if you are interested in participating in them, please call (940) 565-2105 or email the Career Center at email@example.com.
At the University of North Texas Career Center, the role of mentor can encompass as much or as little as you have time and energies for. Your role could be as simple as answering questions from students via e-mail or personally meeting with a student or students aspiring to obtain a career similar to yours.
Mentor Match-is a database of alumni who have volunteered to assist UNT students with their career development questions via e-mail correspondence. Mentors can determine the number of student contacts per month depending on time available. As a mentor, you may be contacted to participate in the following:
• Email Networking with Students
• Conduct Informational Interviews
• Provide Resume/Cover Letter Critiques and/or Mock Interviews
Mentor-On-Duty-The Career Center has designated a handful of days throughout the academic year to host "Mentors on Duty." The Mentor on Duty program is a small commitment of time and allows students the opportunity to meet one-on-one for 15-30 minutes with an alumni or employer in an occupation of interest. As a Mentor on Duty, you'll answer questions of the students, provide insight and share advice.
Thank you in advance for your willingness to share your career knowledge and expertise! We sincerely appreciate your willingness to give back!