The Career Development Office facilitates career exploration and readiness, cultivating marketable skills by providing experiential learning opportunities through effective, innovative and relevant programs for members of the Schreiner Community.

What we can do for you:

  • Find out what career path to take based on your values, interests and abilities
  • Learn interview skills: what to wear, what to say, what not to say
  • Learn how to write a resume that gets results
  • Network with people who are working in the field you wish to pursue
  • Get an internship in your related field
  • Find out about the Community Internship Program
  • Meet with a career adviser any time! We are here for YOU

The purpose of the Meaningful Work Initiative is to develop, promote and foster opportunities to connect and authenticate work experiences for Schreiner students, and to provide support and resources for faculty and staff to enhance experiential learning opportunities. The Office of Meaningful Work helps create experiences that lead Schreiner students to develop the skills, knowledge, habits of mind, and dispositions to be successful in a diverse workforce.

Work-Study Program

Students can find out more about work-study job opportunities and the application process on the Schreiner work study page.

Schreiner GROW

(Guided Reflection on Work) Based on IOWA GROW® at The University of Iowa, this program focuses on providing guided reflection to student employees on how to connect the skills and experience gained on the job to their coursework and future career goals.


An internship affords students the opportunity to gain pre-professional experience in a particular career field

Meaningful Work Certificate

Schreiner students have the opportunity to earn a Meaningful Work Certificate which serves to complement the diploma as part of a co-curricular transcript charting students’ participation in activities that focus on progressive career development.

Students and Alumni

Schreiner University Career Development Center offers an on-line job search tool powered by Handshake. This fast and powerful recruiting platform will help you get connected with employers, source jobs, and internships, event information and a Career Advisor. This platform also provides personalized career recommendations based on your interests and connections as you explore your career possibilities.

  • Job opportunities
  • Internships
  • Work-study
  • Career events


SU Career Development provides free job posting services available to current students and alumni. Career Development and Schreiner University in no way endorses any company and/or its services. It is the responsibility of each client to verify the specific information pertaining to the job postings.

*We are not responsible for the contents of any linked sites. Students/Alumni who discover any misuses or abuse of this web site are encouraged to contact the Career Development staff immediately.


Employers can use Handshake as a recruitment tool, to identify qualified candidates for open positions and manage on-campus recruitment activities.

Log in using your email and Handshake Password.



The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) is the leading source of information for career services practitioners on college campuses who advise students and alumni in career development and the employment process and for human resources professionals who recruit and hire college graduates.

We closely follow NACE’s Principles for Professional conduct for Career Services & Employment Professionals in our work with students.

Learn more information on NACE.

Job Postings & Resume Referrals

Employers who wish to post job vacancies for permanent, full time, part time, internship or summer positions should register on our primary online resume/job exchange system. JOBSFORMOUNTAINEERS.

On-Campus Recruiting

Schreiner University Career Development Center has facilities available to accommodate on-campus recruitment schedules free of charge to recruiting organizations. Schreiner holds career fairs in the fall and spring semesters, and on-campus interview schedules may be requested through JOBSFORMOUNTAINEERS or by contacting the Career Development Center.


Career Development sponsors several fairs during the course of the year that provides an excellent opportunity to introduce your organization to the Schreiner student population.

On Campus Interviews

The following information is required to complete an on-campus interview request:

  • Requested Date
  • Recruiter(s) Names
  • Number of interview rooms
  • 1st interview start time
  • Last Interview start time
  • Duration of interviews
  • Attached job description(s)


In addition, Career Development can assist recruiters with several other on-campus activities:

  • Fall and spring career fairs
  • Internship Development
  • Coordination of Information Sessions
  • Coordination of Information Tables
  • Hosting job shadowing opportunities
  • Participation in on-campus career programs
  • Sponsoring Career Development Programs

Information Sessions & Information Tables

Many recruiters are interested in setting up informational sessions as part of their ongoing campus recruitment. Employers can also improve on-campus visibility by setting up an information table in the Cailloux Campus Activity Center.

Connecting with Faculty or Staff

The Career Development Center can assist recruiters with inquiries about opportunities to speak with specific classes or to student organizations. Faculty members and student organizations have complete discretion when accepting or scheduling presentations.

Partnering with Career Development

Career Development conducts a number of programs and workshops throughout the year that recruiters may participate in or assist with facilitation. There may also be opportunities for recruiting organizations to co-sponsor events or programs. Organizations wishing to collaborate or participate in a workshop or program should contact Career Development for more information.

Schreiner students have the opportunity to experience the “real-world” work-setting right here in our very own Kerrville community.

This opportunity is available through the Community Internship Program (C.I.P.), which is administered by the Career Development Office and annually supported by foundations and individual donors through the Development Office. The program requires student applicants to have a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average, 2 letters of reference and they must be in good disciplinary standing.

The Community Internship Program offers two sessions, a summer session and an academic session. Compensation for the summer session includes: free University housing for the 10-week duration of the program and a $1,200 tuition grant that is applied to the fall term. Compensation for the academic session includes: a $1,000 tuition grant per fall and spring semester. Also, students are given the opportunity to learn and refine skills that will be marketable as they seek employment upon graduation.

Past Internship Sites: Sid Peterson Memorial Hospital, Hill Country Crisis Council, Mo-Ranch Assembly, Kerr County Juvenile Probation Department, K’ Star Emergency Youth Shelter, Doyle School Community Center, Hill Country Arts Foundation, American Red Cross, City of Kerrville


As you begin your college career allow for the Office of Career Development to assist you on your journey by taking advantage of our “Four Year Career Plan” to guide you step by step as you plan for your future.


JOBSFORMOUNTAINEERS – Intern Web – Intern Jobs – Rising Star Internships

Career InfoNet – NACU National Internship Program

Independent School Districts: – Kerrville Independent School District – Ingram Independent School District – San Antonio Independent School District – Austin Independent School District

National/Government: – Kerrville City Jobs

U.S. Department of State Careers – National Institute of Health – Smithsonian Institute

Based on Major:
(On-line Self-assessment and Career Exploration Tool) – Teacher recruiting service

Quintessential Careers

Specific Location:

Graduate School Resources:
Searchable database of graduate school information by subject, location, etc.

Graduate Record Examination (GRE)
Information on the GRE, required for most graduate school admissions

How to Study for the GRE

Princeton Review
Info regarding graduate school entrance tests including the GRE, GMAT, MCAT and more

Teacher Certification Programs
Explore teaching careers, programs by state, jobs by state, top blogs and much more

Diversity & Veterans Resources:

Americans with Disabilities Act
Guide for people with disabilities seeking employment

Federal Jobs Network
Helps federal government job hunters find, apply for, and land government jobs

Equal Opportunity Publications

Information for employers, students and career services personnel about legal issues surrounding the employment of international students

Veterans Affairs:

Other Links:

Online Self-Assessment Tool

Career Assessment Tool

What Can I Do With This Major: Whether you are exploring multiple majors or searching for information about your chosen field, this site will help you connect majors to careers.