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Career Development

One of the primary goals of TU-AMA is to provide first-rate professional development that prepares you for the first, second, and final steps to landing that dream internship or job. Our professional development efforts are aimed at having all of our members leave Fox prepared for whatever may lie ahead. As a member of TU-AMA, you are granted the necessary exposure to several areas of professional development, including:

  •  Exclusive job and internship opportunities

  •  Networking events with industry professionals

  •  Peer networking

Stop by one of our upcoming meetings or events and see what TU-AMA has to offer you and your future career!


Fox Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD)

The Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD) is a comprehensive Fox School of Business and Management resource focused on preparing students for entry into the professional business environment. This is accomplished through workshops, mentoring and internships that complement the content knowledge/tools taught in the classroom. CSPD simultaneously offers a variety of services connecting students with employers, thereby supplying regional employers with a diverse source of talent known for a strong work ethic.

CSPD also maintains Foxnet, a web-based resume database and recruitment tool designed exclusively for students in the Fox School of Business & Management. Through Foxnet you will complete a student profile, upload your CSPD resume, apply for jobs, schedule interviews with employers and provide feedback about your internship and professional work experience.


There’s a reason why Fortune recently called Vault “The best place on the Web to prepare for a job search.” Job seekers and professionals have discovered that Vault is the Internet’s ultimate destination for insider company information, advice, and career management services.

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Growing career developer, Handshake, is partnered with Temple University and many other colleges and universities across the country. Users can personalize their interests and positions that they wish to acquire, attributes that they have as well as other information that potential employers will need.
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