Career Development Resources
The purpose of this page is to provide information for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the areas of careers and career planning (see also Employment Links).
One Year Plan -- an article from The Chronicle of Higher Education on how to organize your time so that you complete your last year of graduate school with both a Ph.D. and a fulfilling new job
Other occupations to consider including companies and organizations that employ scientists:
Occupational Outlook Handbook -- Bureau of Labor Standards site includes job titles and descriptions, the outlook for specific occupations and sources of career information
National Association of Colleges and Employers Jobwire -- linking jobs, job seekers, and job-search information
IC2 (Innovation, Creativity, Capital) Institute of The University of Texas at Austin -- IC2 is an organization that uses modern technologies to link research universities, businesses and other resources in order to promote economic development and revitalization
GSBS Alumni In-Reach Mentoring Program -- GSBS alumni in a wide variety of occupations assist students with job and career-path decisions
Academic Advising Resources on the Internet -- a site developed for the National Academic Advising Association as a starting point for academic advisors and others who are beginning to explore the Internet (primarily graduates/undergraduates)
Workshops and Seminars
Workshops and seminars will be offered to the student body at various times throughout the year. Please monitor your e-mail account (uth.tmc.edu) for announcements.