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Career Referrals

Faculty and staff may refer students to the Career Services office for assistance in finding the right occupations for the majors they have chosen. Throughout their academic careers, we encourage students to visit our Career Services office to develop essential job-search skills.


UACCB’s Career Coach site is a great resource for both you and your students on information such as job outlook, salary, and employment trends.


At the Career Services office, we work directly with employers who are often interested in forming relationships with faculty in order to recruit students in particular degree programs. We can facilitate this connection.

Classroom Presentations

The Career Services office specializes in conducting presentations to the classes at UACCB about a host of career development topics. Presentations can be given instead of canceling aclass. If you need to miss a class and do not want to cancel or if you want to integrate career topics into your curriculum contact Career Services to see about offering one of these presentations to your class.


  • From College to Career: Gaining Experience in College
  • Interviewing Skills
  • The Job Search
  • Resume Skills
  • Resume & Cover Letter Skills
  • Job Fair Preparation 

Career Services is also happy to work with you to create a tailored presentation to meet the needs of you and your students.

Contact Info

Becky Warren

Director of Workforce and Career Services
Office: ANX 401D
870-612-2048


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