Law School Preparation Panel

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Burrow Hall, 105
Contact person: Career Services

Career Services is teaming up with pre-law faculty advisors to host a law school panel. At the panel, they will discuss different aspects of the law school application process, as well as perspectives from admissions officers at SMU, UTK, and Ole Miss Law Schools.  

Political Science
Career Services

Resume Walk-In Day

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Burrow Hall, 105
Contact person: Sandi George Tracy

No appointment needed this day. Career Services will be available on a first-come basis from 9:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.  to help students fine tune their resumes or talk about networking in preparation of the career fair.

Career Services

2019 Annual Career Fair

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Contact person: Sandi George Tracy

Looking for a full-time job or summer internship? Want to meet with employers? Career Services welcomes you to our biggest Career Fair yet (over 50 employers)! All majors and class years are welcome to attend and meet with employers looking to hire students for volunteer, internship, and professional opportunities. Students are encouraged to dress in business casual and bring copies of their resumes.


Employers include: ALSAC, AutoZone, Bridges, CBRE, City Year, First Horizon, Frayser Community Schools,  National Civil Rights Museum, Promise Academy, Raymond James, St. George’s Independent School,Soulsville Chater School, Triumph Bank,  University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Youth Villages, and many more! Students can view all employers on our job platform, Handshake.

All students may come and go as they wish, and those who attend will be entered to win a Karaoke Machine, Camera Drone, or VR Headset.

Career Services

Vallera Gibson, Department of State

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The U.S. State Department is seeking to attract and prepare outstanding young people for careers as Foreign Service Officers by promoting two of their most reward The U.S. State Department is seeking to attract and prepare outstanding young people for careers as Foreign Service Officers by promoting two of their most rewarding student programs—The Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship and The Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Fellowship. 

Please join us for an informational session with Vallera Gibson, Diplomat-in-Residence with the U.S. Department of State for N. Georgia, Tennessee, and N. Alabama, to learn more about these opportunities. Students interested in these fellowships should have a desire to promote positive change in the world. These programs encourage the application of members of minority groups historically underrepresented in the Foreign Service, women, and those with financial need.

International Studies Political Science
Career Services Post Graduate Fellowships