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UTSA's University Career Center was Already Prepared to Go Virtual

For the University of Texas at San Antonio's University Career Center, building a highly accessible and robust digital presence has long been a priority. When the University migrated online this spring in response to the Covid-19 outbreak, the Center was prepared. They'd already built up an arsenal of digital career development resources, and housed, organized, and curated them into online Career Communities on their uConnect platform (https://careercenter.utsa.edu/). For students, this has meant that the full range of resources and support are easily accessible in one streamlined space. For faculty and staff, there's only one place to refer students for career support. And for parents and families, there's confidence that students can still find what they need to advance their careers, anytime from anywhere. 

See the article below (or on UTSA Today, here) describing the University Career Center's journey to virtual preparedness. 

UTSA article with text

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