UNM Office of Career Services for Alumni
The UNM Office of Career Services provides career advisement, fairs, resource labs, cooperative education, job/internship listings, on-campus recruiting, and workshops.
Career Development facilitators (CDF) are available by appointment or a walk-in basis to assist you with assessing abilities, interests and values, clarifying career goals, writing a resume or cover letter, preparing for interviews, conducting a job search, and/or preparing to attend graduate school. Learn more about the Office of Career Services by visiting our About page. Alumni must provide an unofficial transcript for verification.
- The Office of Career Services is here to assist you in your job search. The best way to get started is to schedule an appointment with a CDF by calling 505-277-2531 or stopping by our office.
- Get registered with Handshake using your personal email in order to learn about upcoming events, search for relevant internship and Co-op opportunities, look at job postings and find out about employers that are coming to campus.
- Come in and see us. We will help you create a strong resume or CV. We have daily walk-ins or you can schedule an appointment with your CDF.
- Prepare for job interviews by scheduling a mock interview with us.
- Build your professional network by creating a LinkedIn profile and set-up informational interviews with people in your targeted careers, industries, and organizations.
- Once you've done your research and honed your job search skills and materials, it's time to start applying for jobs. Opportunities are posted throughout the year on Handshake. Networking is the top source of jobs. Attend career events, such as our career fairs and On-Campus Recruiting events and schedule an appointment with a CDF to perfect your networking skills and identify unique opportunities.
Anderson School of Management Career Services
Career Management is a lifelong process. The skills we teach you while you are an Anderson student are designed to prepare you for long-term career success.
While the elements of successful career management don't change as you move from a student to an alumnus, your needs, schedule and perhaps even your geography do. Anderson's Career Services team is here is provide ongoing professional development support via phone, email or office visit to help you refresh your career skills.
Career Resources for Alumni
One of the most powerful resources you possess is the Anderson alumni network. With nearly 20,000 alumni working in 50 states, you can grow your professional network and find Lobo contacts at top companies all over the world.
As part of the Anderson and broader Lobo community you have access to the following career development resources:
- Free, lifetime access to personalized coaching sessions with Anderson's Career Development Facilitator.
- Sessions designed to cover full suite of career development needs, including: career transition, resume and cover letter creation, social media presence, mock interviews, and personal branding.
- Visit the Anderson Career Services alumni website for more information.
Career Services Networking and Development Events
- Business and Accounting Career Fair (held annually in September)
- Networking Events
- Etiquette Dinner
- Resume, Cover Letter, Networking, and Social Media Workshops
School of Law Office of Career Services for Alumni
Interested in expanding or changing your career? Career Services can help!
We provide comprehensive professional development assistance to our graduates and encourage you to review the list of services and resources below and contact us for more information. We will also help connect you with a broad range of law practices and legal markets throughout the country.
Services we Offer:
- Personalized career advising, including assistance in focusing career objectives and identifying relevant opportunities to develop practical skills.
- Individualized application material review and assistance, including resumes and cover letters.
- Mock interviews that simulate the format of various legal employers, such as traditional, panel, and behavioral interviews.
- Coordination of federal and state judicial clerkship applications.
- Assistance with fellowship proposal development and applications and connections to post-graduate host sites.
- Programs and workshops on topics such as resume and cover letter preparation, interviewing skills, career options, job search strategy, networking, and salary negotiation.
- Job Board listing current employment opportunities year-round with firms, corporations, government offices, public interest agencies, and judges.
- Reciprocity privileges with law school Career Services offices nationwide.
- UNM Law Advocate, powered by Symplicity, the industry-leading, on-line career services management program, providing access to job openings, a customized professional profile, and personal and interview calendars.
- UNM Law Advisor Directory - the start of your single greatest source of opportunity: an interactive, alumni and friend-based professional network.
- A career resource library.
- Employment data encompassing type of employment, location, and salary.
For more information, visit the School of Law Career Services website for alumni.
For questions or more information:
Alumni Relations Office