Student Affairs Resources
Services & Offerings
Utilize these resources to assist your students in their career and professional development. Remember we’re here to support you in your efforts to engage your students in growing their workforce skills and competencies.
The Lockheed Martin Career Development Center staff facilitates presentations for classrooms, organizations and other workshops. Presentations must be requested at least 2 weeks in advance.
Request a presentation.
Faculty and staff are important partners in the effective delivery of our services. As a UTA faculty or staff member, you play an integral role in influencing students’ decisions and experiences. Students may come to you first with questions about career choices, jobs and internships related to their major and how to locate resources on campus to help them. Our goal is to partner with you to assist our students (and alumni) in making informed career choices and finding success. If you’re interested in building a partnership with us to provide career engagement and professional development to your students, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Handshake – Students and alumni can post their resume, search and apply for jobs, schedule an appointment, and see upcoming events and activities in this online job database. To receive the same access as your students, please contact email@example.com.
Job Fairs – Job Fairs are typically held three times a semester. See more details on Handshake, including webinars and events to prepare your students. If you know of any employer interested in participating in one of our job fairs, direct them to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MavMentors – MavMentors is a mentoring program through the University of Texas at Arlington that includes students, alumni, faculty, staff and employers. If you're interested in becoming a mentor for your students or have students who need mentorship, they can login to this website at any time.
Virtual Resume and Cover Letter Online Course
Virtual Resume and Cover Letter Online Course - Our Resume and Cover Letter Workshop is available at any time through our self-paced course on Canvas. Faculty, staff, and students can visit this page and follow the instructions to login. If you are interested in having your class complete this as an assignment, contact us at email@example.com.
Focus2 – This is a self-paced, online career and education planning tool for college students. You can utilize this as a classroom assignment or direct students to take some of the career assessments on this platform to explore different career paths.
InterviewStream – If you need your class to practice their interview skills this is a great tool. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to use this for interviews and to have your students practice their answers in this virtual mock interview platform.
Career Spots - If your students are more visual learners, and you would like to show them short videos to enhance their career and professional development, then look no further. Here you'll find a variety of career-related videos in an easy-to-navigate portal.
Virtual Resume Critique
Virtual Resume Critique – When working on a resume in your class you can have students submit their resumes through Handshake by clicking on ‘Career Center’ then ‘Resources’ and then ‘Resume/Cover Letter Critique Submission Form.’ Our staff will review each one and email it back to them with suggestions.
Presentations and Workshops
Presentations and workshops - We offer a variety of presentations and workshops that can be shown to students online at any time. Click the topic below to see the video:
- Interview Strategies
- Branding and Marketing Yourself: Managing Your Digital Identity
- Resume and Cover Letter Workshop
- Job Search Strategies
- Choosing a Major