The Career Insider

Volume IV, Issue 1

In This Week's Career Insider Issue...

  • Welcome Back Students!
  • Meet-Ups This Week
  • Ready...Set...SKYPE!
  • Introducing the Mobile Career Center Every Monday
  • Need a LinkedIn Photo - Schedule it with Us!
  • Blogs from The Hilltop Scoop
  • Hot Jobs!
  • Internships to Apply for this Semester

  • Career Accelerator Information
  • Register for Jobs to Internship & Career Management Strategies
  • Hilltop Events Happening this Week
  • Group X Returns with a Spring Class Schedule!
  • The Return of the Virtual Career Advisor!
  • Resume Drop Off Service Resumes Monday!
  • Get Connected!

Career and Professional Development Welcomes You Back!

Dear Hilltoppers,

As we start the spring term, we wanted to highlight some of the new programs available to you through Career and Professional Development.

Our second Career Accelerator class will launch soon. To be best prepared to apply for an internship or full-time job, students are encouraged to participate in this 3-week online seminar. Registrations for the spring program will be announced soon.

General elective internship credit may now be earned by registering your approved internship experience through our office. Students seeking credit for a spring or summer internship outside of their major may find this a great alternative to completing an internship for experience only.

We have launched the new Skype Interview space where you may conduct online interviews with employers in a professional and controlled setting. In addition to providing a professional interview space, we can help you prepare for the unique experience of an online interview.

Of course our regular programs are in full swing as well. We can help you discover your career interests, pursue an internship opportunity, develop a LinkedIn profile, or find full-time employment for after graduation. Watch this space each Monday as the Career Insider highlights all of the opportunities and support services from CAPD this term.

Best of luck this semester,

Raymond Rogers, Director

Career and Professional Development

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Meet-Ups Happening this Week at 3 pm in the Meet-Up Lounge in Moody Hall 134

Tuesday, January 12th - Creating a Resume for an Internship

Learn the essentials of how to write a resume and cover letter that get you noticed for that internship opportunity. This meet-up will review how to expertly format your resume to highlight your experiences and qualifications. In addition, this meet-up will discuss how to tailor resumes for each internship opportunity you apply for in the future.

Wednesday, January 13th – Searching for Internships

Learn tricks and tools to find an internship. This meet-up will review how to use Hilltop Careers and other resources to find an internship, work study position, research or other student employment. Internship and Career and Professional Development resources will be discussed and we will review tips for applying.

Thursday, January 14th – Freshman Welcome

Students, your four years in college are an exciting experience in learning, participating in new activities, meeting new people, making new friends; along with internships and jobs, which will mature your talents and background. Four years will go by fast and you need to keep focused on your career from the beginning. Join us for this meet-up in learning how to utilize Career and Professional Development’s resources to prepare you for success after graduation!

New Services by Career and Professional Development!

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The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas will interviewing students on-campus on Thursday, February 11 for their full-time Management Development Professional program (December 2015 graduates and upcoming May 2016 graduates are eligible to apply) and their Summer 2016 Internship Program. These career opportunities are excellent for many majors including Accounting, Business Administration, Business Management, Computer Science, Digital Media Management, Economics, Marketing and Finance majors.

To request an interview, please follow these steps by Wednesday, February 3:

1. Learn more about their Federal Reserve Board by researching their website

2. Login into Hilltop Careers and upload the resume you want the Federal Reserve Bank recruiter to review.

3. Read the postings for the Management Development Professional Program and/or Summer 2016 Internship Program

4. To request an interview, click Request Interview above the postings you would like to request an interview for and follow the remaining prompts.

For additional questions about the Federal Reserve Bank On-Campus interviews, please contact Andrew Harper, Manager of Employer Relations in Career and Professional Development, at 512.448.8530 or

Full-Time Jobs for Recent Graduates

Research Analyst - Data Center Infrastructure/Power/Cooling Markets at IHS (Austin)

Jr Project Analyst at Public Consulting Group (Austin)

Keep Austin Housed AmeriCorps Program (Austin)

Bilingual (English/Spanish) Social Worker at The Wright House Wellness Center (Austin)

Bilingual Clinical Care Specialist at LifeWorks (Austin)

Field Representative for the Office of Congressman Lloyd Doggett (Austin)

Social Media Manager at Main Street Hub (Austin)

Bilingual Social Services Outreach Coordinator at Capital Area Food Bank (Austin)

Client Relations Associate at GradLeaders (formely CSO Research) (Austin)

Jr. Video Producer & Content Specialist at Aspen Heights

Inventory Analyst at Viking Fence

Full-Time Jobs for Graduating Seniors + Recent Graduates

The jobs below are positions May 2015 graduates can apply for now in addition to alumni:

Sales Management Training Program at MFRM Family of Brands (Austin)

Project Manager at Epic (Madison WI)

Yelp Sales Development Program - Account Executive (Scottsdale, Chicago, San Francisco, New York)

Inside Account Executive - at SHI International Corp (Austin)

Trooper Trainee at Texas Department of Transportation (Austin)

Financial Institution Specialist at Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) (nationwide)

Management Development Professional at Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

K-12 Teachers at IDEA Public Schools (Austin, San Antonio, Rio Grande Valley)

Teacher-Various Subjects, Grades 6-12 for 2016-2017 school year at Yes Prep Schools (Houston)

Account Executive, PLS Logistic Services (Houston; also available in Dallas and San Antonio)

To learn about more opportunities like these, please visit Hilltop Careers!
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Off-Campus Work-Study Positions:

The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas - Event and Administrative Intern

Austin Chamber of Commerce - Education & Talent Development Intern

Austin ISD - Twilight Evening Program - Twilight Evening School Tutor

Austin Partners in Education - Bilingual 2nd Grade Reading Coach

Austin Partners in Education - Classroom Coaching

The Austin Project - Marketing/Development Intern

Consulate General of Mexico - Community Affairs Intern

Consulate General of Mexico - Finance Intern

Foundation Communities - Program Assistant

Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum - Curatorial and Collections Intern

Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum - Development Intern

Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum - Education Coordinator

Other Internships:

City of Austin Communications and Public Information Office - Community Engagement Internship

PricewaterhouseCoopers - PwC Career Opportunities 2016

Downtown Austin Alliance - Communications Internship

Austin Technology Council - Marketing Retention Intern

Marathon Kids, Inc - Programs Intern

Alhambra US Chamber of Commerce - Alhambra Internship Program

Skillpoint Alliance - STEM Project Facilitator (Velocity Programs)

Bazaarvoice - Design Services intern

Enterprise Rent A Car - Summer 2016 Intern

Leverage PR - Public Relations Spring Internship

Tech Ranch Austin - Tech Ranch Experiential Learning Program

State Preservation Board - Web & Digital Media Intern

Austin Habitat for Humanity - Marketing and Communications Intern

NFP Corp - Field Support Intern

Hispanic Scholarship Fund Institute - NASA Summer 2016 Internships

Austin Symphony Orchestra - Curriculum Materials Development

Office of the Attorney General-Child Support Division - Intern

Bigcommerce - Social Media & Editorial Intern

Environmental Defense Fund - EDF Climate Corps Fellow – Summer 2016

Texas Society of Architects - Digital Magazine Archiving

DaVincian Healthcare - IT Support Engineer

DaVincian Healthcare - Accounting Intern

DaVincian Healthcare - Marketing Intern

DaVincian Healthcare - Software Engineer

AIDS Services of Austin - Spring 2016 Special Events Intern

American Institutes for Research - Workforce (Disability and Rehabilitation) Spring Internship

Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce – Business Engagement

To view more internships like these, please visit Hilltop Careers!

Career Accelerator Information for Students

Career Accelerator is a program designed to prepare St. Edward’s University students for competitive internships and full-time opportunities. By participating, students will have a chance to connect with featured summer 2016 internship providers. Students selected to participate will learn how to:

- Develop an effective cover letter and resume
- Interview competitively
- Connect with high-profile companies and organizations

Participant applications will be available in February. For all general inquiries, please contact Adrian D. Ramirez (
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Part-Time Jobs to Internships

Part-Time Jobs to Internships is a one hour, for-credit course being offered through the Career Planning & Management (CPAM) program administered by Career and Professional Development. This section of CPAM is for students that are employed part-time or have secured part-time employment by the start of this course. Through online instruction, written assignments, online discussions, an individual counseling session, and reflection, students will learn how to use their job responsibilities to further the career discernment process. Students will also learn how to market skills gained through part-time employment through a resume, LinkedIn profile and social media.

Career Management Strategies

Career Management Strategies is a one hour, for-credit course being offered through the Career Planning & Management (CPAM) program administered by Career and Professional Development. This class is designed for sophomore through senior year students seeking internships or jobs. It is structured to help students analyze their unique academic and career situation through hands-on activities and discussion. Emphasis is placed on identification of individual goals, assessment of talents, exploration of career options, analysis of the job market, effective use of employment search tools (e.g., resumes, cover letters, interviewing, networking), and management of career pathways. Students are not required to have a part time job or internship during this course.
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New Undergraduate Student Orientation including the Medallion Ceremony
and Legacy Walk. Info: Marisa Lacey,

Student Mass
9 p.m. | Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel
Start your semester by joining our faith community for liturgy. Info: Josh Stagni,

Waffleopolis: Star Wars
9–11 p.m. | Hunt Hall Café
Attack the beginning of the semester with waffles, ice cream, Star Wars, and good friends! Info: Marnika Brown,

First Day of Class
Intramural Sports Registration Opens
Intramural Sports leagues and tournaments open for registration. Spring sports include 5v5 Basketball, 7v7 Soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, Dodgeball, Indoor Soccer, Racquetball, Inner Tube Water Polo, Sand Volleyball, 4v4 Football, Spikeball, and Tennis. IM Sports are a great way to embody the Campus Recreation motto, “Study Hard, Play Harder.” Grab friends, form a team and get into the action. Visit for more information on this semester’s offerings. Info: Clint Jones,

GroupX Preview Week Begins
Come join the GroupX instructors for a FREE two weeks of exercise classes to kick off the semester! Classes range from Yoga, Ab Blaster, Cardio Kickboxing, Pilates, BarreBlaster, Spinning, Zumba, and more! Once the preview week ends on Friday, Jan. 22, everyone will be required to pay $30 for the GroupX pass. The GroupX pass gets you unlimited classes for the rest of the semester. Get started early this spring so you are ready for spring break! Info: Andy Lemons,

Men’s Basketball vs. Dallas Baptist
7 p.m. | Recreation and Convocation Center

Outdoor Adventure Camping Trip: Colorado Bend State Park
Join Campus Recreation’s Outdoor Adventure for a weekend of camping at Colorado Bend State Park in the Hill Country. Spots are limited. Get outside and active with your fellow Hilltoppers. Info: Aaron Strain,,512-233-1669

Blue & Gold Series Basketball Double Header vs. Texas A&M–International
Women: 5:30 p.m., Men: 7:30 p.m. Recreation and Convocation Center
Download the TopperPride app from your app store and get 300 points per game! See game information and prizes at Info: University Programming Board,

Blue & Gold Series Basketball Double Header vs. St. Mary’s
Women: 1 p.m., Men: 3 p.m.
Recreation and Convocation Center
Come watch the Toppers as they compete in the Battle of the Saints showdown! Download the TopperPride app from your app store and get 300 points per game. See game information and prizes at Info: University Programming Board,

Martin Luther King Jr. Day | No Classes

Topper Tuesday New Discount Day
Follow University Programming Board on social media (Instagram/Twitter/Snapchat: stedwardsupb) to see the official announcement on the new Topper Tuesday discount!
Wear Topper gear on Tuesdays and get great discounts such as 25% off St. Edward’s University branded merchandise in the Bookstore and 10% off your purchases at Jo’s.
Visit for more discount information.

Anniversary of Reverend Basil Moreau
8 p.m. | Basil Moreau Hall Lounge
Come celebrate Basil Moreau, the founder of the Congregation of Holy Cross with Mass2Go and snacks. All are welcome! Info: Brother Larry Atkinson, CSC,

Student Involvement Fair
11 a.m.–2 p.m. | Ragsdale Lawn (Inclement Weather Location: Mabee Ballrooms)
Find out what St. Edward’s has to offer outside the classroom. From student organizations to intramural sports, leadership programs to spiritual exploration, social opportunities to service projects, you’ll discover how to get involved and make your impact on campus. Info: Dave Gallander,

The Well
7–8 p.m. | Our Lady Queen of
Peace Chapel
Looking for an opportunity to slow down, connect, and reflect? Join us at “the Well,” an ecumenical Christian gathering for students of all backgrounds and identities. Come for spiritual renewal through a casual service of reflection, the sharing of Holy Communion, and contemplative music in the style of Taizé prayer services. Come just as you are. Whoever you are, you are welcome at the Well. Info: Reverend Jennifer Veninga, PhD.

Follow University Programming Board on social media (Instagram/Twitter/Snapchat: stedwardsupb) to see the official announcement on the new Topper Tuesday discount!
Wear Topper gear on Tuesdays and get great discounts such as 25% off St. Edward’s University branded merchandise in the Bookstore and 10% off your purchases at Jo’s.
Visit for more discount information.

Tuesday, Jan. 19–Friday, Jan. 22
SGA Poster Sale
8 a.m.–5:30 p.m. | Fondren Lawn
Need some art for those blank walls? Check out a huge variety that you can purchase using cash, check or Topper Tender.
Info: Jonathan Cruz,

Monday, Jan. 25 | Ragsdale Lobby
Stop by to learn more about the different programs available! The fair will give you the opportunity to meet study abroad representatives from our approved study abroad providers and faculty led programs. Info: Christine Trinidad,


Tuesday, Jan. 12, 1:30–2:30 p.m.
Mabee Ballroom A
Wednesday, Jan. 13, 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Mabee Ballroom A
Wednesday, Jan. 20, 7:30–8:30 p.m.
Mabee Ballroom B
Thursday, Jan. 21, 3–4 p.m.
Mabee Ballroom A
S.E.R.V.E. Austin is a weekly service opportunity that works in collaboration with area nonprofit organizations that focus on social issues and service. Applications are availalble at, and are due Sunday, Jan. 24 at 11:59 p.m.
Info: Jen Gerardi, or

Sunday, Feb. 14–Sunday, Feb. 21
Get ready for a week filled with tradition and events that celebrate the spirit of St. Edward’s University. Register to compete in the week of activities towards the Topper Cup trophy, and invite your family to join us at the end of the week for Homecoming and Family Weekend (Feb. 19–21). For event and registration information, visit Info: Michelle Mowry,

Download the TopperPride app in your app store and start getting points and earn rewards for going to games! For prize and point information visit

New Year, New You! Get Healthy this Semester with Group X!

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Get Help After Hours with Your Virtual Career Advisor!

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