RPTS Career & Internship Fair

Date: Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Time: 10:00am-2:30pm

Location: Memorial Student Center Bethancourt Ballroom on the Texas A&M University Campus (across the street from the Kyle Field Football Stadium)

The Texas A&M RPTS Career & Internship Fair presents an excellent opportunity for employers to meet with the outstanding undergraduate and graduate students of our department seeking full-time, part-time, and internship positions within the fields of Tourism Management, Youth Development, Community Recreation & Park Administration, Event Management, and Parks & Conservation. This is also a great opportunity to learn about visiting organization and to build connections.

Employers – Register and Find Details

Students – Prepare for the Fair

Employers registered for the career fair:

Camps and Other Youth Programs

Events, Hospitality, Parks, Recreation and More!

In the RPTS department, undergraduate students focus their studies on one or more of the following emphasis areas: Tourism Management, Youth Development, Community Recreation & Park Administration, Event Management, Parks & Conservation and Hospitality Management.

Many undergraduate students in RPTS will be seeking post-graduation positions. During students’ college years, our degree plan requires an internship of at least 400 hours of work (for 6 university credits) with a company or organization related to the student‚Äôs emphasis area. Positions used for internship credit may be paid or unpaid, and may be comprised of full-time work for one semester or part-time work for two or more semesters. Some of our 75 graduate students plan to attend the Career Fair as well to find internship and long-term employment opportunities related to tourism, park & natural resource management, youth development and related fields.

Questions may be directed to Jordyn Cowan at jorcow@tamu.edu, or Susan Scott at sgscott@tamu.edu or 979-845-5350.

Sponsored by the Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences (RPTS) at Texas A&M University and the RPTS Aggie Representatives.

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