A core objective of your US 1100 class is to increase self-awareness of your career goals and how to maximize the vast array of resources available to you during your time at Texas State. Items on this page will help you throughout your time at the University and your US 1100 career assignments. Your career success doesn't start at graduation. It starts NOW! Resources on this page help with the following: Self-Assessment, campus Career Services, Networking, Career Dreams vs. Reality, and Professional Requirements and Salaries.
Career assessments are a great starting step for career explorers, job seekers, and students at all stages of the career exploration process. Career Services offers several free and fee-based assessments to help you discover yourself and your career options.
Career Decision-Making Difficulties Questionnaire (CDDQ) is an independent online assessment that locates career decision-making difficulties and recommends ways to overcome them.
Emotional Intelligence (Body Language) assesses your ability to correctly perceive and interpret facial expressions. Takes approximately 10 minutes and consists of 20 questions.
The job interview is a mutual exchange of information. Think of the interview not as an interrogation but as a two-way conversation during which you and the employer determine whether you meet each other's needs. Meet with Career Services for a Mock Interview
The Big Interview isn't just a training course. You'll also get hands-on practice with mock interviews tailored to your specific major or area of interest.
Handshake is our online jobs database. Students and Alumni can search for internships and jobs (on-campus, part-time, or full-time) or learn more about our events and career fairs. Employers can post positions and engage with our Bobcat talent on campus.