Texas A&M University-Kingsville


Employers assume you are knowledgeable about your area of study. However, it’s often “the little things” that separate good candidates from great ones. This is the difference between who gets interviewed and who gets hired.

The Student Professional Development Program gives you that extra edge. In our non-credit workshops, we discuss important subjects there isn’t time to cover in the classroom. The workshops are informative, hands-on, and practical. They are led by professionals who know what employers look for in prospective employees.

     Online Registration Required.

     Attend all four workshops for only $99.

Career Planning*

(Becoming a Business Professional)
Should be completed in your FRESHMAN year

$35 (Includes a FREE copy of Strengths Finder by Tom Rath - register online below)

*This is a prerequisite for The Job Campaign Workshop

Professional Appearance

(Dress for Success)
Business students should complete in their FRESHMAN year

$24 (register online below)

Gentlemen should bring a tie to the workshop for a demonstration.

Professional Etiquette Dinner*

Thursday, April 16, 2015 • 5:30 p.m. • 221 A&B, MSUB

(Preparing for that business meal)
Should be completed by your SOPHOMORE year

$15 (Register with the Texas A&M-Kingsville Office of Career Services at http://bit.ly/cscdinner2)

*Includes a four-course dinner 

The Job Campaign

(Preparing for your internship and career position interview)
Should be completed by your SOPHOMORE year

$25 (register online below)


The Student Professional Development Program consists of four workshops: Career Planning (becoming a business professional), Professional Appearance, The Job Campaign (developing your professional profile), and Professional Etiquette. The workshops are a graduation requirement for all College of Business Administration majors. Students are encouraged to take all four workshops prior to applying for admission to the College of Business Administration. Multiple workshops will be offered in the fall and spring semesters. Workshops must be attended in their entirety. Incomplete attendance will result in having to repeat the entire workshop (register, attend, pay fee).


For the Career Planning, Professional Appearance and Job Campaign, register here.


Contact the Office of Career Services for the Professional Etiquette Dinner.


Students are strongly encouraged to present themselves in a professional manner at each workshop. Business casual attire is recommended. The workshops involve professionals from the community and the university. Every contact with them should form a positive and professional impression.

Contact Dr. Jesus Carmona

voice: 361 593-3801
email: Jesus.Carmona@tamuk.edu


This page was last updated on: March 16, 2015