SU Job Shadow Program

Job shadowing involves following a professional during the course of a normal day at work. By observing professionals in their actual work environment, students get a better understanding of their particular career. Pictured is Zach Rodriguez (center) shadowing Sarah Campfield (SU ’17) at Guadalupe Bank in Kerrville. For more information contact David Reast:


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. 

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By Wendy Blaettner
Wendy Blaettner Director of the Schreiner Experience
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Job Shadowing: What Is It?

Job Shadowing: What Is It? (

By David Reast
David Reast Coordinator of Meaningful Work
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To qualify for the Presidential Medallion a student must earn all five coins from the Presidential Coin series. This form …