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For Faculty & Staff

In whatever capacity you work at UAS, we are grateful you are here! Many faculty and staff support and advise students on their professional journeys. Please review our career development resources and point students to them and to our office for career guidance.

What We Can Do for You

UAS Career Services welcomes any opportunity to partner with faculty and staff on career-related presentations and events. Email:  to explore how we can collaborate on student career development. 

Career Services offers presentations for students throughout the year both virtually and on-campus.

Previous topics have included:

  • Handshake Overview & Account Activation
  • Handshake and Job Searching Skills
  • Effective Resumes
  • Drafting a Cover Letter
  • Interview Preparation

You can find these resources on our job application toolkit  and career exploration tools  pages. For step-by-step guidance through a variety of topics, check the  Youtube playlist  of all UAS Career Service videos. 


Call or email to schedule an appointment. Check out our  contact page  for more information.

Whether you are a student, employer, or alum, UAS Career Services has something to offer. From career advising and job application resources to networking opportunities and job boards, we offer a full range of tools to support career development at any stage.

 Our services include:

  • Career advising,

  • Personal skills assessments

  • Résumé and interview assistance

  • Job and internship search strategies

  • Finding student employment

  • Employer connections

  • Volunteer opportunities

- Direct students to  Handshake,  UAS’ job board and networking platform to begin connecting with employers and exploring job listings.

- Direct students to our Job Search Toolkit  for self-guided resources and sample materials.

- Direct students to Career Services for individualized career planning. 

Direct students to Handshake, the one-stop-shop for all things job search. See this glimpse into Handshake from a student's view. For more information, visit ourHandshake page.

A student's view of Handshake