Job and Internship Search Process
The UTSA College of Business Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD) believes that internships are an essential component of a student's college education. Internships allow students to obtain work experience, gain knowledge of business functions, explore a chosen career path, improve team work and communications skills and increase marketability and value to employers. All business students are encouraged to seek internship opportunities related to their chosen field of study. Students are encouraged to come by the CSPD and schedule an appointment with a College of Business Career Counselor to discuss the internship and job search process.
Students can meet with employers on campus at various times throughout the year to discuss internship and full-time employment opportunities by:
- Attending the All-Majors Career Fair, hosted every Fall & Spring semester
- Meeting and networking with employers when you participate in the Career Action Program (CAP)
- Interacting with employers when they "table recruit" near the main entrance on the second floor of the Business Building
Attending panel discussions, networking events and guest lectures sponsored by the CSPD and the College of Business