Career Services provides access to information and assistance in deciding upon a major, exploring career options, planning for graduate studies, internships, professional positions or changes in employment.
The Etiquette Dinner
March 6th - The Etiquette Dinner is a formal manners presentation on how to network and eat properly at a formal business dinner. Expand for details.
The goal is to provide TU students with the opportunity to learn how to present themselves in a fine dining situation. A formal dinner will be served. Seating is limited. Please RSVP by Feb. 28th through Golden OpporTUnities or call our office at 918-631-2549.
5:30pm - How to Make a Great First Impression (Ice Breaker presentation)
6:00pm - Business Dining Etiquette
What is Golden OpporTUnities?
You will hear us talk about Golden OpporTUnities ("GO") a lot! "GO" provides access to job listings specifically targeting University of Tulsa students and graduates. This service enables students and alumni to post resumes, search for a variety of jobs, apply for positions, and participate in on-campus interviews. Golden OpporTUnities will even let you RSVP for special career-related events, allow you to setup job-search agents, and practice your interview skills! "GO" online today!
Also check out the Going Global online database that contains more than 35,000 country-specific career and employment resources, corporate profiles for key employers in 31 countries, and over 100,000 international internship and job postings. For student and alumni access to Going Global, log into Golden OpporTUnities and go to the Additional Resources tab. Going Global is a resource made available to TU students and alumni by Career Services, Center for Global Education and International Business Programs.