fbpx
Update: UTSA's ongoing monitoring of the Coronavirus outbreak

Use the resources to map out your job search process, make the best impression in a competitive marketplace and successfully pursue career opportunities.

The UTSA Carlos Alvarez College of Business Center for Student Professional Development has partnered with VMock to help you create a powerful resume. Powered by cutting edge data science, VMock is an online, 24/7 resume review tool which provides personalized resume feedback based on your profile, professional and academic experiences, and your background in no time. The platform is backed by sophisticated analytics along with global best practices and recruiters’ perspectives that will make your resume career ready.

vmock

VMock Smart Career Platform

Here’s a sneak peek of what VMock delivers for you:

- Instant resume score benchmarked against other UTSA Carlos Alvarez College of Business students
- Comprehensive presentation checks to create a strong first impression
- Intelligent assessment of core competencies to help you showcase your skills
- Actionable and targeted feedback to create striking and impressive bullets
- Opportunity to share the resume with your mentors and peers for detailed feedback

How to Leverage VMock

- Upload the PDF version of your resume on VMock and receive a score and detailed feedback in less than 30 seconds
- Incorporate the system-generated suggestions and feedback
- Re-upload the new version to see your resume score increase
- Schedule a one-on-one appointment with the Center for Student Professional Development for further resume guidance

Sign Up for VMock

VMock Resume App is now available on:

- Google Play
- App Store

Resume Basics (PDF)

Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP)

“The professional association of individuals and organizations that generate philanthropic support for a wide variety of charitable institutions. AFP San Antonio provides members a network of hundreds of energetic, committed fellow practitioners; hosts regular seminars, workshops and an annual conference; and offers access to career opportunities and resources through our sponsors.”

Student membership - $35 per year.

Association of Information Technology Professionals

“AITP is the leading worldwide society of information technology business professionals and the community of knowledge for the current and next generation of leaders. Educate yourself with member-only webinars and conferences. Enjoy member discounts through our partner and affiliate programs. Search and apply to jobs through the AITP Career Center. Network with Information Technology leaders at local chapter meetings and through the AITP online community.”

Student membership - $29 per year.

Business Professionals of San Antonio
BPSA is a networking group for young professionals and professionals on the move. We raise awareness for local charities and promote San Antonio.

Leadership Organization of Professionals (LOOP)

“Organization that advocates the transformation of San Antonio into a premier location for young professionals. Loopsters are community advocates who serve as city ambassadors for young professionals considering moving to San Antonio and businesses looking to relocate here. We also work with local companies who want to attract new talent and build a more diversified workforce. We are urban enthusiasts, leaders and future leaders, motivators and innovators dedicated to improving and building our local community.”

Membership - $120 per year.

National Association of Professional Women

“Providing a valuable forum to promote your business, product or service, share ideas, experiences and resource.”

Membership – Varies. (See website for details)

National Organization of Women Business Owners

“NAWBO-SA is the preeminent organization for over 53,000+ women business owners in our metropolitan and surrounding areas. For more than a decade, NAWBO-San Antonio has been a valuable resource for women entrepreneurs providing information, programs, and opportunities to network, learn and grow with their peers in San Antonio and across the United States.”

Membership – Varies. (See website for details)

San Antonio CPA society

“With more than 2,500 members, the San Antonio CPA Society is the third largest chapter of the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants (TSCPA). Supporting professional activities to advance the accounting profession, protecting the interests of our members and of the general public, and acting in a representative capacity for the profession. Members of the San Antonio CPA Society are financial and community leaders throughout our 21-county region, which extends from Laredo to Seguin and Adkins to Zapata.”

Student membership - $35 per year.

San Antonio Human Resource Management Association

“The San Antonio Human Resource Management Association (SAHRMA) is a non-profit professional organization comprised of more than 600 members dedicated to the advancement of human resource management. The founding members established the association as a means to provide personnel and industrial relations professionals in the community a forum to exchange ideas, discuss problems common to personnel administration, promote professional relationships, and encourage and facilitate the operating effectiveness of personnel administrators of the San Antonio area. SAHRMA's mission is To Elevate our HR community by promoting professional development and personal growth through education, networking and volunteerism.”

Membership – Varies. See website for details.

San Antonio Women’s Chamber of Commerce Foundation

“Our mission is to promote the business, economic and leadership development of women. The San Antonio Women's Chamber of Commerce will be the leading advocate that connects and empowers women in business and our community.”

Student Membership - $50 for 1 year.

San Antonio Young Professionals

“Our mission is to build a strong community of diverse individuals throughout the state who can use the connections they make not only for their own benefit, but as a catalyst for local economic activity, community outreach, and the continuous improvement of San Antonio’s quality of life. We aim to connect as many members as possible through SAYP-organized events, community events, and grassroots initiatives organized through our platform and tools. San Antonio Young Professionals is a top resource for your career advancement. We host several professional development events including, round tables, networking events, and career fairs.”

Membership – Free

Texas Wall Street Women

“A non-profit exclusive peer network of professional women in the finance industry who are committed to making a difference in their community and to developing and growing
professionally.”

Student Membership – ($25 per year)

The San Antonio Association for Financial Professionals

“The San Antonio Association for Financial Professionals is a regional educational forum for individuals involved in all aspects of the finance profession. We host educational luncheons and networking events to facilitate the exchange of concepts and techniques and work to increase the recognition of the finance profession in the San Antonio area.”

Membership – $300 per year.

The Risk Management Association (RMA)

“Not-for-profit, member-driven professional association, whose sole purpose is to advance the use of sound risk principles in the financial services industry. RMA promotes an enterprise approach to risk management that focuses on credit risk, market risk, and operational risk.”

Student Membership – Free.

UTSA Career Edge

A resource for UTSA’s University Career Center offering information, events and employment opportunities.

O-Net Online

A tool for career exploration and job analysis, with detailed descriptions of the occupations and industries

Career One Stop

Site sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor offering free interest and skills assessments

  • I lost my job during the pandemic as a hotel purchasing manager. It has been tough on the industry, but we are slowly finding jobs in our field. I attended a few of the Take 30 sessions offered by the Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD) and learned so much. I applied the knowledge I got from the sessions and just landed the position that always wanted.

    Ammar Alrudaini
    MBA Student

X