Career Conversation Café | LIVE on Instagram every Thursday at 10AM
26th: Benefits of Getting Involved on Campus | Mallory Payan and Anthony Vincent share how and why you should be involved on campus.
2nd: The Power of Advocacy | Marco Ortigoza shares how advocacy can impact the world around you and how to start advocating today.
9th: Entering the Field of Engineering | UTEP Alum, Dante Gutierrez, shares the impact engineering had on his life and why you should consider this field.
16th: Thriving as a First Gen | PhD UTEP Alum, Alyssa Olivas, shares her story of thriving in higher education as a first generation graduate.
23rd: Graphic Design as a Major | UTEP's Director of Student Affairs Marketing, Mick Martinez, shares why you should consider graphic design as a major and what you can do with this degree.
30th: The Benefits of Having Dance as a Major | UTEP's Dance Coach, Leslie Lopez, gives you the best tips and advice on the benefits of having dance as a major.
7th: The Benefits of Studying Education | UTEP Alum, Mariana Bayona, talks about education and why you should study this field.
21st: Internship Information | UTEP's Internship Manager, Sandra Najera, provides internship success tips and why you should start applying now.
28th: The Benefits of Studying Science | UTEP Alum, Ashley Lopez, a Biochemist for the U.S. Army, shares why science is the field for you and how to thrive.
4th: Perks of Working On Campus | UTEP's Prospectors Audience Engagement Editor, Itzel Giron, shares how working on campus is the job for you!
11th: The Benefits of Studying Mechanical Engineering | UTEP Alum, Juan Carlos Lopez, shares how engineering is the field for you!
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Wednesday, Oct. 26
An interviewer’s first impression of how you look at the interview is important, so make it count! Regardless of how your interview is conducted, in-person, or virtual, you want to look polished and feel confident.
The UTEP Career Closet provides professional clothing to students for interviews, networking events, and other occasions where it is important to make a positive first impression.
The Career Closet and Etiquette Dinner program are for currently enrolled UTEP students only. UTEP graduates are not eligible for these two programs.
Who can use this service?
Check-in & Check-out schedule
Failure to Return
Replacement & Condition of Items
The Career Center in conjunction with the Student Engagement and Leadership Center host a dining etiquette experience called Miner Manners to prepare students for an interview over a meal.