UTI’s Career Services include Career Advisement, Resume Preparation, and Job Placement assistance for graduates. Mock Interviews are occasionally conducted and students are given advice on Interviewing Techniques.


UTI works closely with the Department of Health and Senior Services to help students become Certified Nurse Aides after successful completion of the Introduction to Nursing Course. Students are able to take the certification test without taking the 90-hour state-required CNA program. They can then choose to start working in long term care facilities to acquire healthcare experience and enhance their ability to gain employment following graduation.


Although UTI provides placement assistance, it cannot and does not guarantee employment for any student or graduate.