UT Career Services Director Russ Coughenour talks about services UT provides to help recent graduates find jobs.
Career Services News
The campus’s third annual Research Week kicks off on Monday, March 26, highlighting undergraduate research and creative activities across campus. The highlight of the week is the Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement on Wednesday and Thursday in the University Center Ballroom. The week concludes with the Honors Symposium on Saturday, March 31, at the Howard Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Career Services office has created the Greater Knoxville Area Consortium of Employers (GKACE) for area employers interested in recruiting UT Knoxville graduates. GKACE provides affordable and easy-to-use recruitment tools for area employers who might not have the resources, time, or technical expertise needed to use national recruiting systems.
More than 100 employers will be on hand to speak with soon-to-be graduates at Thompson-Boling Arena from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., Tuesday, March 2, for the Spring Job Fair sponsored by the Career Services Office at UT Knoxville.
Nearly 150 employers will set up shop in Thompson-Boling Arena from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 30, for the Fall Job Fair sponsored by the Career Services office at UT Knoxville. UT Career Services hosts the Fall Job Fair each year to give soon-to-be graduates the opportunity to meet representatives from corporate employers, government agencies and non-profit organizations recruiting students for full-time, entry-level positions or internships. The event is open only to current UT students.
Volunteers volunteer. That’s the idea behind the Volunteer and Service Corps Fair on campus this week. Recruiters from more than 40 organizations will be on hand to meet students and discuss volunteer and service opportunities.