Drop-ins will resume with classes in the fall (not available this summer). But you can schedule an appointment with a career advisor!
Here are some general diversity resources to help you in your career development. Or, you can browse based on your identity for more specific career development resources, professional organizations, and more.
Our office is committed to providing the Asian-American community with both support and resources to be successful in their careers. We are here to help you find your place in the world outside of the hedges - whatever you want that to look like.
The CCD understands the challenges and triumphs that women face in the workplace are unique. Our office is here to help women navigate these challenges, stake your claim at the table, and find and make your place in the world.
We're here to help Owls plan for the next chapter of your life, and we proudly support the Native American community in this endeavor. Explore our resources or make an appointment, so we can help you plan for your future.
With the rapidly changing local, state, and national landscapes as they relate to LGBTQ+ rights, including employment and public accommodation protections, navigating the career development process can be confusing and challenging. But we are here to help and support you!
The CCD is committed to supporting students with both visible and non-visible disabilities throughout your career exploration and preparation process.
Through education, connection, and empowerment, we want to help Latinx students succeed in every phase of their careers. We understand that your background and experiences frame your professional development -- we want to help you embrace who you are to find and make your place in the world.
The CCD is aware of the unique challenges and needs of International students. From navigating employment law to adjusting to different workplace cultures, our office is here to support Owls as they determine their next steps.
The CCD is committed to helping Black students find and make their place in the world. We stand with Black Americans in Houston and around the nation, and want to do our part in helping YOU figure out your next step(s) to take flight -- inside and outside the hedges.
The CCD is committed to helping DACA, undocumented, and other resident immigrant students to find and make their places in the world. We stand with you, and want to do our part in helping YOU figure out your next step(s) to achieve your professional goals -- inside and outside the hedges.