The Baylor University Career Center (BUCC) provides career-related services for all Baylor undergraduate and graduate students. The Career Center is the epicenter for educating, advising, coaching, and connecting our students with job and internship opportunities and professional development resources.
To be as accessible as possible to students, the Career Center has five office locations.
- Sid Richardson Building, West Wing
- Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation, Suite 150
- Rogers Engineering and Computer Science Building, Suite 311
- Baylor Science Building, Room E128
- Diana R. Garland School of Social Work, Room 130
It is never too early to start your journey toward career success. Typically, students think they can wait until graduation to start the job search. Realistically, that can be too late in a competitive market. Start as a freshman by activating your Handshake account, meet with your Career Success Professional (CSP), update your résumé regularly, and begin to build soft skills. By starting early and staying involved, you will learn that there are numerous ways to get ahead of the game.
Each student has a dedicated Career Success Professional (CSP) to guide them along the way. Your CSP will help identify your career interests, strategize your search for internships and jobs, craft your résumé, and prepare you for success in an upcoming interview or networking event. Stop by the Career Center today or make an appointment online through Handshake to let us help you towards your professional success.