Career Services for Graduate Tax Program Students
There are a number of resources for career supports available to current and alumni Graduate Tax Program Students. Students have access to the advisement available at the Law Career Development Office (LCDO), the Career and Internship Center (CIC) as well as from faculty, along with databases and guides to help with searching for professional opportunities. Current students and alumni also have access to networking opportunities through well-established student and professional organizations.
Law Career Development Office
Throughout the year, the Law Career Development Office maintains extensive listings of current job openings on UBalt Law Connect, our on-line career management system. Students enrolled in the Graduate Tax Program, as well as graduates of the program, have access to the job postings and resources available on UB Law Connect. For current students, you can access your UB Law Connect account using your UB NetID.
For career advising, including resume and cover letter review, as well as mock interviews, students can make an appointment with career counselors in the Law Career Development Office through the UB Law Connect “appointments” tab. The Law Career Development Office can also be reached by email at email@example.com.
Career and Internship Center
Information about the resources provided by the Career and Internship Center are available on the CIC website. The resources include job listings through UBworks (instructions for alumni and current student access to UB works can be found in the CIC how-to-guides), resume polishing, interview preparation, and career coaching.
Quick Job Search Links for Students
Career opportunity database and boards should be checked regularly for job announcements.
- View Current Jobs on UB Law Connect
- Arizona Government Honors Handbook (federal legal hiring; email LCDO for password access)
- Arizona Public Policy Handbook (email LCDO for password access)
- USAJobs.gov (federal hiring)
Quick Career Resource Links for Students
Using guides can help focus your efforts to best be prepared to find the career that is the right fit for your needs.
There are several professional and student organizations who regulalry hold events for social and professional networking.
- The Maryland State Bar Association Taxation Section
- The Student Business and Tax Law Association (BTLA)