Student organizations give you the opportunity to learn more about your field of study with others who share your interests. It’s important to become involved in your freshman and sophomore years and then begin to look for leadership opportunities in your junior and senior years.
Volunteering in your UCF or larger community is a way to gain relevant experience in your field. Volunteer UCF can link you with more than 200 community service agencies and projects that best fit your major, interests, and talents.
Study abroad can broaden one’s view of themselves and the world around them. When taken seriously and with purposeful reflection this experience can help build a more impressive resume and/or graduate school applications.
Participating in undergraduate research prepares you for your post-graduation plans by expanding your academic experience and giving you the opportunity to explore an academic discipline more fully.
MASS aids Multicultural and First-Generation students in their transition to UCF by connecting them with the University community and partners to promote and facilitate academic support services and programs.
In an effort to create an inclusive environment for the LGBTQ community, explore several career-related resources. Our goal is to provide LGBTQ students and alumni the proper tools needed to be their authentic selves in the workplace. Students can also reach out to Social Justice and Advocacy for additional support and resources.
Career Services include choosing a major, exploring opportunities for relevant experience and gaining employment after graduation. Students wishing to schedule appointments with a veteran career counselor should contact Veterans Academic Resource Center. Veterans living out of the area may receive services via telephone. Thanks for your service!
We have some useful tips specifically for our International students! Join UCF’s International Student Association. Also, research advantages of hiring international students. Finally, familiarize yourself with all international work visas and employment programs (CPT/OPT) for F-1 Visa students through the International Services Center.