University of Arkansas Grantham is committed to the success of each student and graduate. Through the use of University of Arkansas Grantham Career Services, students and alumni receive assistance in achieving career goals.
Resource, tools, and support include the following:
Career Services cannot ensure employment and does not provide placement services. Should you have any questions relating to careers associated with your degree program or need assistance in the development of the career tools necessary to conduct a successful career search, contact Career Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Career Services team provides professional development tools and one-on-one assistance—both while you’re in school and after you graduate—to help guide you through career planning or job searching.
Through our expanded collaboration with Tutor.com, career resources and support including help writing cover letters, finding jobs, preparing for interviews, and transitioning from the military to the civilian job market are now available from Tutor.com. To access these services, please use the instructions below.
There is no guarantee—expressed or implied—that a college degree or certificate from University of Arkansas Grantham will improve employment prospects, earnings, earnings potential, or career advancement opportunities.
Join our UA Grantham Connect group on LinkedIn, and get in touch with UA Grantham students, graduates, and recruiting partners: Get advice on how to enhance your professional LinkedIn profile, connect with group members for career advice, or share job opportunities.
Get inspired about your job search and career evolution by tuning in to UA Grantham’s Career Booster webinar series. Each webinar features a different personal career development topic (think: mock interviews, personal branding, etc.), panel discussions with industry professionals, and even employers with a special interest in UA Grantham graduates.
Switching gears from military to civilian life doesn’t happen overnight. Our eBook series teaches service members how to prepare for a new career outside of the armed forces and use existing military skills to appeal to civilian employers.