Staff


Career Services Manager – Amy Hatmaker

Amy Hatmaker is responsible for employee and community relations for Career Services. Her primary job responsibilities include:

  • Working with local, regional, and national employers to build relationships focused on promoting student employment opportunities before and after graduation
  • Providing Career Services presentations to community groups and attending local and regional events to promote the benefits of employment of both current and UHV alumni
  • Encouraging community members (especially UHV alumni) to consider the benefits of giving back to the university in terms of sponsoring internships and sharing their professional knowledge with our students

Employer and community groups interested in working with UHV Career Services to post employment opportunities, attend job fairs, and recruit on campus should contact Amy via email or by phone at (361) 570-4378.

Career Services Coordinator - Amber Guerrero

Amber Guerrero is responsible for working with students in all stages of their career development. Her primary job responsibilities include:

  • Coordinating career exploration events.
  • Assisting students and alumni with job search.
  • Conducting career assessments.
  • Review of job search documents.

Contact Amber via email or by phone at (361)570-4369.

Career Services Student Assistants  - Alex Brieske, Sharron Varghese

Alex and Sharron are student assistants and can aid most students with job search and document uploads as well as assist employers with posting jobs or event registration. You can reach Alex or Sharron at 361-570-4385.

 

Expert's Corner 

Employer Tips for Success 

 

 

Prepare your presentation.  Not only should you be prepared for their questions; you must also treat this interview as an advertisement for YOU.  Only you know where you excel, why you are capable of handling this position and what they can expect from you when you come on board.  Think of the things of which you are most proud.  Achievements, projects, work habits developed, compliments from management, awards, relationships made.  Be prepared to cite specific examples of accomplishments and how your specific experience can help the company solve some of its problems.  Concentrate on your most recent positions, but don’t neglect your early career.

 

Jenny Gutierres

Corporate Recruiting Coordinator

Regency Post-Acute Healthcare System

 

 


Dates & Events

Degree Information Session - 9/17/2014

Access to Capital and the CDC/504 program - 9/18/2014

First Steps to Starting Your Own Business - 9/19/2014

Grow Your Business Online - 9/19/2014

Basic Accounting for the Non-Accountant - 9/23/2014

UHV Degree information Session - 9/24/2014

Grow Your Business Online Beeville - 9/25/2014

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