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University Career Services

Division of Student Affairs


Welcome!  If you are considering a new career, or need to find a new job, University Career Services provides continuing support for ETSU alumni.  Whether you have decided on a change in employment or lost your job, it is important to take the right steps at the right time to move ahead.  We have the experience and the interest to assist you in coping with the change process and preparing for future success.  Some of the specific benefits we provide an alumni are:

Career Services for Alumni

  • Personal appointments with staff members that focus on career related questions at any time in your journey
  • Learn more about personal job options
  • Discover job market and salary trends (insight into growth areas in our economy)
  • Get critiques of resumes, CV's, and cover letters (market your accomplishments and get interviews)
  • Obtain interview practice by appointment (understand questions, why they are asked and how to respond)
  • Attend Career Fairs (meet employers and contacts or ask career related advice from professionals)
  • Learn how to NETWORK - the 80% job solution
  • Find positions listed on the College Central Network (CCN) site for ETSU (know what jobs are being offered for ETSU students and alumni, right now!)

It may take several months to find the right opportunity.  Like any journey, planning and preparation are required for success.


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We request that students and alumni upload and maintain a current resume or CV. A portfolio option is included.

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Career and job changes are increasingly common as our society adapts to new roles in an international economy.  Look at your current change as an opportunity to learn transition skills now, and in the future.  

Some resources to begin exploring careers are:

  • What Can I Do With This Major? This resource on our web site ( will help you identify common career choices based on majors.
  • The Occupational Outlook Handbook This on-line resource has information about hundreds of jobs, including the education required, earnings, job prospects, nature of the work and working conditions.
  • O*Net Online The O*NET system serves as the nation's primary source of occupational information, defining key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations.


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