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: dreast@schreiner.edu.

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Surviving as an International Student

Schreiner University always welcomes international students that wish to continue their academic education in the United States. However, despite the outstanding support from the faculty and staff, attending college in the U.S. as international student can be a challenging task. …

By Valentina H. Solache
Valentina H. Solache Assistant
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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 …

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

Job Shadowing: What Is It? (thebalancecareers.com)

By David Reast
David Reast Coordinator of Meaningful Work
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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 …