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Propel Your Career

The Association of Former Students supports Texas A&M University graduates by providing online tools such as HireAggies, CareerShift and CareerBeam. Texas A&M also hosts several career fairs and workshops designed exclusively for Aggies!

After earning your degree, you'll have access to HireAggies, which is only available to former Texas A&M students. You can use HireAggies to post your resume and to search and apply for jobs. As an employer you can use it to search for employees. HireAggies also provides strategies and tips for your job search.

Career Services

As a current student, Texas A&M's Career Center resources are available to help you find your next opportunity. Search for and meet with potential employers; attend recruiting events; and get support in polishing up your interview and resume skills.

A&M Clubs

As an Aggie, you have access to join one of the hundreds of A&M clubs around the world! Located on several continents and in every major city in the U.S., you can network with fellow Aggies where you live, work and play.

The Aggie Ring

The Aggie ring is the most recognizable symbol of the Aggie network. It represents Texas A&M's core values: excellence, integrity, leadership, loyalty, respect and selfless service. More than 13,000 Aggies earn their Aggie rings each year, providing our graduates with numerous opportunities to connect with fellow Aggies.