Online Career Resources

The University of Texas at Austin maintains active virtual resources and tools that support the needs of our students and alumni for self-guided career development. These resources are free for all UT students and alumni.

Virtual Exploration and Preparation Tools

From exploring one’s own professional interests, to researching possible career paths, to preparing for the job/internship search process, and more, the following resources can serve as a go-to for any stage of career development.

Explore Majors & Careers

What Can I Do With This Major website helps students connect their academic and professional interests. Use the tool to explore majors or search for information about your chosen field.

Articulate Career Competency

Move through the Career Ready Guide interactive course at your own pace to empower yourself to be career-ready and to confidently articulate your skills to employers.

Take a Career Assessment

Take assessments and review combined results to explore majors and occupations, learn more about yourself, and make informed career decisions with the Focus 2 Career tool. Create your account here by clicking the “Register” option and using the access code: longhorns.

Take a LinkedIn Master Class

This course helps you “Land the Perfect Job with LinkedIn” and make the most of LinkedIn to explore careers, prepare for recruiting, master the job search, engage in networking, and research career insights. It also includes LinkedIn Strategies for International Students to help uncover the best paths to sponsorship by following the data trails of alumni.

Practice Interview Skills

Big Interview provides step-by-step video lessons and interview practice tools to help you strengthen your interview skills, whether you’re interviewing for a job or an internship.

Explore International Careers

Interstride is a one-stop shop for domestic students interested in careers abroad as well as for international students exploring U.S. employment options. It provides information on companies that sponsor employment visas, guidance on intercultural networking, job listings, and more.

Explore LinkedIn Learning Professional Development

All UT Austin students have access to LinkedIn Learning, which offers a variety of professional development online programming.

Explore Occupations

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, O*NET Online provides detailed information about a variety of jobs, from tasks and required training to average salary and projected job growth.

Job & Internship Postings

For campus and general job and internship posting sites, visit our comprehensive posting page.

Job & Internship Postings

Access virtual help—anytime, anywhere

Find online career resources to help you in all stages of your career journey, from assessing majors or careers of interest, to preparing for interviews, to finding jobs and professional contacts.

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