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Welcome to University Career Services

As part of the College to Career Initiative, University Career Services is here to help you find the many resources available at UT to help you discover your career options, learn about how to get experiences to prepare you for your next steps, and provide you with the skills and resources to succeed.

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HireUTexas powered by Handshake

HireUTexas powered by Handshake is where you will find professional and career-oriented jobs and internships for degree seekers and graduates.

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HireALonghorn is where you will find part-time, retail, seasonal, work-study, and on-campus opportunities. Additional opportunities can be found on college-specific job boards offered by each of the career services offices.

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Law School Admissions Coaching

Are you considering a career in law? All UT Austin students are welcome to visit Liberal Arts Career Services for law school admissions coaching to learn about the application process, how to evaluate and select schools, about different practice areas and career options, and — most importantly — if law school is for you. Get started here.

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Pre-Health Professions Coaching

Are you interested in pursuing a health career such as medicine, pharmacy, physical therapy, or dentistry? Please visit the Health Professions Office in Painter Hall, Suite 5.03. Pre-Health Professions Coaches provide students with strategic coaching and relevant resources as they prepare for application to professional school. Coaches also provide a supportive environment for students to explore their potential fit and competitiveness for a health professions career.

ALERT:  Fraudulent Job Posting Targeting Students

Many students have received an email from a “utexas.edu” email account spoofing a University of Texas staff member and claiming to work with Handshake. The spammer shares an alleged opportunity to work with a clinical counselor in the office of “Students with Disabilities.” The fake job offer is a remote administrative role for the counselor who is out of town and unable to meet. The student is asked to purchase items and gift cards and later to print checks. If you have been contacted by this scammer, do not respond. If you have already responded, please review this Scam Job Posting Guide and contact UTPD.

Career Services Offices

One of your first steps is working with your college or school career services office. The listing below provides you the information you need to get started.

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Career coaching

Do you need guidance to help you focus on action steps and solutions as it pertains to your career pursuits? If so, we have resources available to assist you with highlighting your capabilities and strengths and honing the skills you need to be successful in your job search process. Please contact your college/school career services office for guidance.

Career counseling

Are you at a crossroads with your career direction? Do you need assistance to better understand your core values, personality traits, skills, and interests as they pertain to your career path? If so, you have access to numerous resources to assist you. Please contact your college/school career services office or the Vick Center in the School of Undergraduate Studies for assistance.

Post-Graduation Success

According to the 2017 Gallup UT undergraduate alumni survey, UT alumni are significantly more likely than their national comparison graduates to experience a positive, full-time employment outlook, and feel prepared after graduating. Read other post-graduation findings.

 

74%

Percentage of alumni are employed full time upon graduation.

 

89%

Percentage of alumni report that UT Austin prepared them for life after graduation.