Meet with a Career Advising Peer

What is CAP?

CAP stands for “Career Advising Peer”.  This trained group of Schreiner University students are located in the Center for Advising and Career Development Office and work directly with their peers to address frontline services/practices involving career related matters.

Services Include:

  • Resume Review
  • Cover Letter Review
  • Interview Preparation
  • Free Workshops
  • Online Resources
  • Career Services Functions

Make an Appointment Today with a Career Advising Peer!

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These 7 Interview Skills Will Help You Stand Out From the Pack

Having conducted hundreds of interviews—both mock interviews with career coaching clients and real interviews as part of search committees—and seen what the outcomes are, I can say with confidence that getting through the hiring process and landing a job is …

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6 Underutilized Campus Resources You Should Be Using

A college campus is more like a town than a school—there are 1,001 buildings, with everything from bedrooms to dining rooms to classrooms to gyms to lounges. But there are also a ton of offices and departments that, unlike the …

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8 Signs You Aced That Job Interview (and 4 Signs You Didn’t)

You just wrapped up a job interview for a role you’re excited about. You think it went well. But wait, did it? Now that you’ve had some time to take a breath and reflect on that conversation, the confusion and …
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Labor Market Insights Announcement

Labor markets are rapidly changing with the transformation of industries. As a student, a knowledge of employment trends, skills lists, education requirements and salaries is essential to inform your career decisions, and prepare you for the job market. 

uConnect has …

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Featured Resources

To qualify for the Presidential Medallion a student must earn all five coins from the Presidential Coin series. This form …

Learn about the four steps of career planning, according to The Balance Careers.