The following services are available to current students of Texas A&M International University and Dually-Enrolled students at Laredo Community College:
Searching for jobs online? Let our online job database, DustyWorks!, be the main source for finding an on-campus, off-campus, full-time, part-time and even internship opportunities. Visit this page for information on accessing our system through the use of our guides and tutorials.
For a powerpoint tutorial on DustyWorks!-On Campus Jobs, click here.
For direct access to DustyWorks!, click here.
Visit this page for information on student employment on campus.
This page contains detailed descriptions of the job search services we provide, which includes: job vacancies posted online, résumé referral service, résumé and cover letter reviews, and interviewing skills practice.
Visit this page for useful information on how to plan your career and what you can do with your degree. Click here to match your major and career path with jobs in the federal government.
This page is designed for sophomore and contains useful information on career planning for academic and career success. Learn what you can do with your degree and discover campus resources to help you become successful along your pathway to your chosen career. Click here to match your major and career path with jobs in the federal government.
Career Services organizes many events throughout the academic year to aid our students with receiving the right information and exposure to future career opportunities.
The Career Café provides a space for students to research careers and internships, attend workshops and presentations, talk to career counselors and recruiters. Every Wednesday is Coffee House Wednesday where students can enjoy free coffee and pastries if available.
If you have accepted a scholarship at TAMIU, you may be required to write a "Thank You Letter." This is a wonderful way to thank local area philanthropists who provide financial assistance to current students. Should you need to submit this document, click here and follow the instructions. To find out if you qualify for scholarships, contact the Office of Financial Aid.