Resources by Program
The Career Services Office can help with every aspect of your job search including resume/CV writing, cover letter and personal statement writing, interviewing, as well as providing information on ethics/professionalism in the workplace.
In addition, academic departments provide excellent resources for you as well, including assistance for:
Medical Students - The Careers in Medicine program is a unique four-phase career development program designed to assist TCOM students with specialty selection and provide guidance with selection and application to a residency program. Contact Eryn Loney, Director of Program Development by phone at 817-735-5075, by e-mail at Eryn.Loney@unthsc.edu or visit the Careers in Medicine website at http://web.unthsc.edu/education/cim.
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Physician Assistant Students - The Careers in Medicine PA program is a unique career development program designed to assist Physician Assistant students better understand themselves through self-exploration, self-assessment, and career advisement. Contact Hank Lemke, PA-C, Director by phone at 817-735-2301, by e-mail at PAStudies@unthsc.edu or visit the Careers in Medicine PA website at http://www.hsc.unt.edu/education/CIMPA/.
You can also find out about available job opportunities for PA students at http://web.unthsc.edu/education/pacareer/careeropps.
Public Health Students - The Office of Student & Academic Services provides a wealth of resources including a fall career fair, a spring career roundtable, weekly listings of career opportunities and mentors through Delta Omega, the National Public Health Honor Society. Contact Misty Smethers, Assistant Director for Student and Academic Services by phone at 817-735-5191, by e-mail at mailto: Misty.Smethers@unthsc.edu or visit the Careers in Public Health website at http://web.unthsc.edu/education/sph/Careers.
You can also find out about available job opportunities for Public Health students at http://www.hsc.unt.edu/organizations/phsa/career.html.
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Students - The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences provides students with curricular and co-curricular programs on topics such as writing for publication, conducting effective research and networking with faculty members in order to enter either academia or industry. Contact Carla Lee, Director of Biomedical Sciences Admissions and Programs by phone at 817-735-2560 or by e-mail at Carla.Lee@unthsc.edu.
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We also receive periodic information on available positions, which are listed below.