Preparing Potential: Texas A&M University Career Center
Since 1939, the Texas A&M University Career Center has empowered Aggies to realize their potential. Last year, the Career Center had more than 24,000 advising connections with students and former students to help Aggies not only explore and secure work, but also excel in their chosen career path.
While most initial inquiries with the Career Center are focused on resume reviews, job postings or career fair preparation, staff work quickly to help individuals realize that those items are the tip of the iceberg. Paul Pausky ’78, associate director of former students at the Career Center, shared, “We promote a strategic approach to networking to identify, explore and compete for opportunities in the hidden job market. Our process helps each Aggie identify the knowledge, skills or abilities needed to maximize their competitive position.”
To explore how you can help prepare Aggies for impactful careers, visit the Career Center website or fill out a volunteering form.