University of North Texas

Division of Student Affairs

Graduate Students

The UNT Career Center employs a full-time graduate school specialist dedicated to assist students in determining career paths and opportunities.  Whether interested in pursuing a career in academia or exploring the broad range of options within various industries and occupations, we strive to offer the best resources available, including:

  • Resume/CV and Cover Letter writing
  • Mock Interviews
  • Career Planning Strategies
  • Academic or Corporate Job Search
  • Finding Success with Networking and Informational Interviews
  • Navigating Eagle Careers and other online job postings
  • Making the most of Career Fairs

Professional development should be a daily and vital component of a graduate education. Finding a position in which you will be successful and satisfied takes time, preparation, and effort.  Be sure to take advantage of the events and workshops offered by the Career Center each semester to aid in your success.

Dates/times for Spring 2018 workshops will be listed on this website and posted on Eagle Careers in early January. All workshops are also available via live-stream to anyone connected remotely via internet. 

Graduate Career Advising Appointments

If you would like to meet for an individual career advising appointment at the UNT Career Center, you can schedule that through your Handshake account. Appointments generally last between 45-60 minutes and cover a variety of career-related topics. You can indicate your appointment preferences when registering through Handshake. Additionally, we offer 15-minute walk-in appointments. See the available times here

Meet Your Advisor

Jeff Strowe is the Career Center’s Graduate Student Advisor. Jeff has a Master of Education in Counseling from North Carolina State University and is a National Certified Counselor. He has extensive professional experience, including roles as: Assistant Director/Career Coach with New York University’s Wasserman Center for Career Development, Guidance Counselor at Lee Early College in Sanford, NC and as a Career Services Intern at North Carolina State University.  Jeff also has seven years of high school teaching experience.