Virtual Service Delivery

  • Virtual Professional Development Workshops
    (Resume 1, Resume 2, Interview 1, Interview 2, MyPlan (Focus2Career will be replacing MyPlan as our career assessment tool in Fall 2021), Dining Etiquette Dinner)
    Register
  • Career Café
    Drop in and chat with a Career Coach about any career-related questions you may have. Our current Face to Face Career Café hours is Monday-Tuesday from 3:00-5:00 and Wednesday-Thursday from 11:00-1:00. Our Virtual Café hours are Tuesday-Wednesday from 10:00-11:00 and Thursday-Friday from 12:00-1:00. Career Café is located in room 34 of the Student Center. You can access the Virtual Café using via Zoom
  • Focus2Career Assessment
    Find out more about your personality type, skills, interests, and values by completing the Focus2Career online assessment* free of charge. To discuss the results of your assessment, stop by the Career Café. If you are unable to attend a Zoom meeting, please contact the Career Services front desk (254-968-9078) to discuss alternative options.
    *Focus2Career will be replacing MyPlan as our career assessment tool in Fall 2021.  

Other Services

  • Job Fairs
  • Career Clothing Fund
  • Student Resources
  • Services for Student Veterans’ Spouses- All services are free to spouses of student veterans with the exception of the Business Etiquette Luncheon/Dinner, which costs the recipient $25.

Appointments
Appointments are held for serious job seekers only. A serious job seeker is one who is actively applying for open positions and/or has an interview scheduled. Students are highly recommended to attend a workshop prior to an appointment. 

We no longer accept drop off or drop in resume edits for class credit. If you need class credit, check out our new workshops!

Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm
Thompson Student Center 218

Code of Conduct

The Career Services Code of Conduct & Procedures are provided as a basis for ethical conduct with the intention to protect you and employers. The reputations of the Career Services Center and Tarleton State University are at stake with employers when a student displays unprofessional behavior. This can also result in the loss of the recruiting opportunities for future students. Please read the information within the link above for more details.