Students at The University of Texas at Austin have access to a variety of campus-wide career resources, programming and services through university and college-specific offices.
Jobs & Internships
Access thousands of jobs and internships across a number of university-wide and college-specific job boards.
Career Counseling and Coaching
Make an appointment with a career counselor to talk about major exploration or career concerns. Other career counseling services include: career assessments, resume and cover letter reviews, internship planning, graduate school planning and more!
- On-Campus Interviews at Texas Career Engagement »
Learn about our location and contact details related to your scheduled interview. Students with virtual interviews can reserve space in our suite for a professional setting.
- Career Fairs »
Explore the calendar of campus career fairs.
- Online Career Resources »
Access technology tools, international tools, guides, toolkits and other resources for career exploration, interview prep, resume writing and much more.
- Resume & Cover Letters ›
Learn how to craft tailored resumes for targeted applications
Virtual Career Connections
- Virtual Career Connections: How to Be Successful in a Remote Environment »
Be successful in your career development and job and internship search in a remote environment.
- Gaining Experience Virtually »
Explore ways that you can gain experience virtually, including virtual and micro-internships.
Career Readiness Competencies
Explore the 8 core competencies identified nationally as the key skills developed by students and sought by employers for career search and success. And learn how to articulate your strengths and uniqueness when marketing yourself and your background in the job market.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Explore resources aimed at helping you connect with employers actively seeking to diversify their talent pool and gain targeted education through professional networks and advocacy groups.
Explore the resources and services available to international students to learn about organizational culture, interview storytelling and previous H-1B visa-sponsoring employers.