Career Services 

The mission of Career Services is preparing students and alumni to make educated decisions, throughout their Tech journey and beyond, by empowering them through career development and experiential learning activities and helping them find success in the pursuit of their educational and professional needs.

 

 

 

Career Library RESOURCE LINKS & videos

 

 

Career Fair Registration For Students

 

 

 

HandShake

Explore internships and career paths when you login into Handshake. Empowering connections between students and employers. 

 

Focus2

The FOCUS 2 is a self-assessment instrument that can provide students with possible career options that fit majors offered at the Arkansas Tech University.

(Use the Access Code: arkansastech)

You will receive a great deal of information about yourself and potential majors and careers.

The best way to maximize your assessment is to meet with a Career Services advisor to interpret your results.

During the meeting you will have a chance to develop an action plan to help you achieve your academic and career goals.

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  • ATU verified credentials embedded within a resume to prove your academic and on-campus achievements to employers
  • A resume builder that makes resume creation easy - just add your work experience
  • Join other ATU alums in a certified talent marketplace to get recruited by top employers
  • 100% free to all ATU students and alumni
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Visit Our YouTube Channel

Our YouTube Channel contains numerous videos covering: 

  • Navigating Handshake and Big Interview
  • Resume Writing
  • Interview Skills
  • And More!

Not seeing what you need? Please email us at career.services@atu.edu to request a video topic!

 

ELEVATE: the CAreer development academy 

Find out more about ELEVATE: The Career Development Academy at Arkansas Tech!

 

 

career services sponsors

Thank you to these sponsors of Career Services. 

 

Platinum Level Sponsors

Gold Level Sponsors

Green Level Sponsors

 

 
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