Undergraduate Career Services
Our undergraduate students have many opportunities to learn about their career options and develop the skills and knowledge they will need to manage their professional careers.
Texas A&M Career Center
The Texas A&M Career Center‘s mission is to educate and facilitate the job search process for all current and former Texas A&M students. More than 4,000 companies actively recruit Texas A&M students for positions in a variety of industries. The Center offers a variety of services including mock interviews, job postings and career fairs.
Mays Career Coordinators
Career coordinators who specifically serve Mays Business School outline a career management plan based on each individual student’s careers goals and needs and then offer targeted services. Students are encouraged to begin meeting with a Mays career coordinator as freshmen. The Mays career coordinators are located in Suite 340 Wehner.
|Amy Thompson||Lisa Burton|
|Senior Career Coordinator, Freshmen and Sophomores||Associate Director of Employment Services, Juniors and Seniors|
Mays School Career Programming
Our students can participate in programs and initiatives specific to their business interests each semester. Past events include:
- Networking mixer with industry recruiters
- Mock interviews with local professionals
- Major-specific panel discussions
- Freshman speaker series with top industry representatives
The Business Student Council and the Career Services office have business suits available for male and female students to borrow until they buy their own suits. Suits must be reserved at least 72 hours before the suit is needed. Contact email@example.com to reserve a suit.
Business Career Fair
Students have the opportunity to visit informally with company representatives during the Business Career Fair. Recruiters also use these fairs to identify candidates for immediate and future professional openings. The Business Career Fair also features information about career opportunities to assist students with their career decision-making process. For more information, contact the Business Student Council in 151 Wehner, (979) 845-1320.
The Retailing Career Fair, hosted each semester at Mays Business School, provides an opportunity for students to secure internships and full-time positions with the world’s largest general merchants, luxury brands, apparel stores, and fresh food retailers. The career fair is often cited by students as their first point of contact with future employers. All majors are encouraged to attend.
The Professional Selling Initiative hosts the Sales Career Fair every fall semester. Sales opportunities across a number of industries (logistics, technology, consumer product goods, energy, automotive, financial, etc.) will be represented. All Texas A&M students are welcome to attend.