Meet your Career Consultants

Career Consultants are trained to address your specific needs based on your college, major and career goals. Make an appointment to meet with your consultant to get the personal attention you need for success.

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career tools

Find resources that will help you develop a resume specifically for your college, brush up on your interview and networking skills, create an e-portfolio and more. With these Career Tools, you’ll be on your way to reaching your goals.

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Intern Scholarship Program

The Intern Scholarship Program is designed to provide scholarship assistance to students wanting to participate in an unpaid or low paying (less than $1,000 per semester) internship in their major field.

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Plan Now For Your Career Development

The 4 Year Career Success Plan will walk you through the crucial steps to take each year in order to develop the job-search and career decision-making strategies you will use at TCU and beyond.

Work with a consultant on all stages of your career development, from choosing a major to preparing for interviews they are here to help.

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Inquiry & Awareness

As a first year student we want you to start identifying your interest and areas of strengths.

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Assessment & Exploration

Your sophomore year we recommend exploring possible career paths.

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Gaining Career Experiences

Your junior year is when you need to focus on gaining professional experience through internships and part-time jobs.

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Job Search & Grad-School Planning

As a senior, we recommend you create a plan of action for obtaining that job at graduation or acceptance into graduate school.

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Undergraduate Employment Overview

See average starting salaries for our graduates by industry, Check out a list of highlighted employers that hire TCU graduates.

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Faculty play an important role in raising awareness of the services, programs and events offered by the Career Center. Learn how to get started.

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Diversity Career Resources

Read the TCU Career Center Statement on Racial Injustice & Pledge of Continued Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion and view the Diversity Career Resources

Diversity Career Resources


Community Resources

Community Parent/Guardian Resources for Remote Learning: Download the PDF
Visit the TCU College of Education for additional Career and Community Resources. 

The Parent Career Network

The Parent Career Network partners with the TCU Center for Career & Professional Development to assist in identifying jobs and internship leads for students. Parents can help in one of three ways:

  1. Intern and full-time positions in their organizations,
  2. Introductions to others who could hire students, and/or
  3. Internship scholarships.

You may complete a brief form by visiting the The Parent Career Network Form. After your information is received a member of the TCU Center for Career & Professional Development will contact you.

The Parent Career Network Form

Student & Alumni Services