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Phone: Brownsville (956) 882-5627
Phone: Edinburg (956) 665-2243


Career Exploration Resources

MyMajors is an assessment tool that is available to all UTRGV students. It assesses your academic achievements, interests, and personality to recommend majors offered at UTRGV. 
SeekUT is the University of Texas System’s free, online tool and website that presents data on actual earnings by major and institution alongside actual student debt and projected monthly repayment amounts for graduates from all UT System institutions.

LinkedIn for Students is a resource to let students know the benefits of a LinkedIn profile and presence, and to help them get started. Students will understand how they can effectively create a LinkedIn profile and what is most important to include from beginning to end.

In addition, students can view videos and read articles that will educate them on how to build a professional brand, find a job or internship, network, and more.

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, CareerOneStop is your source for career exploration, training and jobs. There are a variety of resources for all populations of job seekers including entry-level workers, military and veterans, workers with disabilities, and more.

In addition, there are resources for university faculty and staff who share the same passion for educating students on career preparation and professional development.

CareerOneStop (Spanish)

Career Outlook is a Federal government career resource website brought to you by the U.S. Bureau of Statistics that shares information in a variety of subject areas. Few subject areas include:

  • Unemployment
  • Employment
  • Pay & Benefits
  • Industries
  • Occupation

In addition, there are many resources for students, teachers, job seekers, business leaders, and more.

The Brookings Workforce of the Future initiative's Texas Workforce Development Toolkit provides information on local job quality and demand, so that educational experiences can target stable jobs with decent wages and opportunities for mobility.

Both job quality and demand have multiple dimensions; our Quality and Demand Indexes each summarize two.

The Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics (LEHD) program is part of the Center for Economic Studies at the U.S. Census Bureau. The LEHD program produces new, cost effective, public-use information combining federal, state and Census Bureau data on employers and employees under the Local Employment Dynamics (LED) Partnership. State and local authorities increasingly need detailed local information about their economies to make informed decisions. The LED Partnership works to fill critical data gaps and provide indicators needed by state and local authorities.

Webinars and Other Videos

The Career Center provides students, staff, faculty and the UTRGV community access to our webinars and other videos via our YouTube  channel. We encourage you take advantage of our video resources to learn about our services, Handshake, and general information on jobs, internships and employers.