Career Engagement

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Career Engagement

Our Mission

Texas Education Career Engagement empowers the College of Education undergraduate students to discover meaningful career goals. We support all students as they form bridges between their career visions and potential employers, resources, opportunities, and organizations. We provide employers equitable access to diverse talent within our student body. Students are actively engaged in examining pathways into their future world of work.

Career Appointments

Appointments are now taking place virtually! Meet with your Career Engagement Coordinator by phone, email, or Zoom to have your career questions answered. Schedule an appointment!

Online Résumé Reviews for College of Education undergraduate students – email your résumé to to have it reviewed by your Career Engagement Coordinator. Comments and revisions will be sent back to you within three business days.

Have a quick question but don’t have time to set up an appointment? Our drop-in career conversations via Teams are designed to help with quick career questions and provide connection in our virtual world. Login to Microsoft Teams using your UT EID and password. Search for Brittany Stansel, your Career Engagement Coordinator, to start a chat. 

Teams Chat Instructions

4-D Roadmap to Career Readiness

Texas Education Career Engagement is here to guide you along your career readiness journey. The 4-D Roadmap to Career Readiness, based upon David Cooperider’s 4D Model of Appreciative Inquiry, provides you with resources, wherever you are in your career development. Keep reading to get started.

Career Engagement Resource Library

Visit the Career Engagement Resource Library for additional guidance in areas such as résumé development, cover letters, interviewing, references, and more.


Check out upcoming Career Engagement Events.

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Discover Your Strengths

  • What skills do you have?
  • What talents do you want to use?
  • What is important to you in a job?
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Develop Your Vision

  • What job titles or specific career paths interest you?
  • What talents do you want to use?
  • What is important to you in a job?
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Design Your Path

  • How can you enter your chosen career?
  • Where do you want to live and work?
  • What steps should you take to reach your career goals?
  • Who can help you along your journey?
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Deliver Your Talent

  • Demonstrating your professionalism and unique skillset
  • Setting specific career goals for your future
  • Developing expertise and showcasing your strengths