The Center for Career Development and Professional Engagement (CCDPE) will continue to offer career support to all students during this time of transition due to COVID-19. Our first priority is your health, safety and well-being. We are here to support you in the following ways:

CAREER COACHING – All coaching appointments will be conducted virtually. New appointment requests can be scheduled directly through Handshake or by emailing our office at canecareers@utulsa.edu.

EMPLOYER EVENTS & OPPORTUNITIES – All employer events and on-campus interviews will either be conducted virtually or postponed. New internships, jobs and employer events will be updated daily on Handshake.

  • 91% overall placement rate within 6 months
  • $104,600 mid career average salary
  • 58,100 early career average salary

Handshake is your online connection to tools and resources to help you explore careers and land that perfect job. Use it for quick access to job listings, to RSVP for job fairs and other events, or to sign up for on-campus interviews.

  1. Four Keys ToCareer Success
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    1 Explore Careers

    2 Develop Skills

    3 Gain Experience

    4 Build Connections

Career Assessment & Preparation

The Center for Career Development and Professional Engagement offers a lifetime of career assistance. Whether it is deciding on a major, exploring career options, finding an internship, planning for graduate school or landing that big job, we are here to help.

Meet student Ty Jones, Software Developer, Jardum LLC

TU prepared me for life after graduation by giving me challenging work as well as skills that go beyond technical ability. With those skills and experience, I’m now able to elevate my capabilities.

Ty Jones, Software Developer, Jardum LLC, B.S. Computer Information Systems; B.A. Spanish

Transition to the Workforce

One of the main functions of the Center for Career Development and Professional Engagement is to help our students and alumni find jobs and internships within their chosen career. We are here to help you transition from life at TU to your dream profession.

Meet student Amy Cairns, Systems Analyst, Phillips 66

At the fall job fair, I talked to Phillips 66, went through their interview process and landed a great job. It was so nice completing my senior year without worrying about future employment.

Amy Cairns, Systems Analyst, Phillips 66, B.S. Computer Information Systems; B.A. Spanish