UTSA Alumni Association

Career Development

The best way to stay ahead in your industry is through career development. Whether you need help landing your first job, opening a business, or are considering continuing your education, our partners are here to help. Check out our newsletter for career tips and tricks or view the career calendar.

Career Center

Whether you’re struggling with your job search, thinking about a career change, or just need your resume reviewed, your University Career Center can help. Free resources are available to alumni in all career stages. Gain access to exclusive job and networking databases, online social networking via a LinkedIn group, resume reviews, workshops, self-assessments, employer events, personalized career counseling and more. And don’t forget – it’s all free. The Career Center also provides opportunities for alumni to recruit new talent for their companies by posting job openings or participating in events such as career fairs, on-campus interviewing and employer panels. Visit the Career Center to find out more.

The Graduate School

The Graduate School promotes and supports academic excellence in graduate education provided at UTSA and success for the diverse population of students who enter those programs. Visit The Graduate School.

UTSA Office of Extended Education

The Office of Extended Education provides continuing education with top quality programs and workshops to the San Antonio community as well as South Central Texas and across the nation. They offer a variety of quality workshops and programs in professional and career development, computer training, test preparation, and certification programs in both classroom and online settings. Visit the UTSA Office of Extended Education.

Small Business Development Center

Entrepreneurs have access to professional and confidential business advising, a variety of quality training programs, and an extensive referral network at the Small Business Development Center (SBDC). UTSA hosts the SBDC Contracting Resource Center, which offers training and advising for small businesses seeking growth through government contracting. The CRC holds special programs for veteran- and women-owned businesses, and houses an innovative energy savings program. The SBDC International Trade Center can assist business owners looking to expand through global trade. With a wealth of research and training resources, as well as one-to-one advising, the SBDC is ready to help.

Center for Professional Excellence

The Center for Professional Excellence (CPE) is a network of learning communities that brings together executives, professionals, faculty members and program participants to explore contemporary issues challenging organizations and their leaders. Visit the Center for Professional Excellence.