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|Resource Library||Thinking About a Career Change?|
UT Liberal Arts Career Services is pleased to offer services to our alumni for one year after their graduation date.
Several services are available to recent graduates/alumni: career coaching by phone, e-mail or in-person appointment; resume and cover letter writing assistance; mock interviews, pre-law advising and law school application assistance, alumni networking assistance, employer and career services programs, information sessions, and workshops; career fairs; and information on employers and recruiting.
Alumni may also continue to access our BTT Gateway job and internship recruiting database and participate in on-campus interviews. Please note that failing to attend an on-campus interview scheduled either through BTT Gateway or directly by an employer, will result in being blocked from further usage of the database.
Search AccessUT for professional and career oriented job and internship opportunities with employers seeking to hire UT students and alumni.
UT Liberal Arts alumni of all graduation years are invited to attend our career fairs and to access the research resources available on our website.
The Resource Library is located in FAC 18 and available between 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday and does not require an appointment to visit. While you cannot check out books or publications, you may use our copy machine to copy pages of interest. The library is open to Liberal Arts students, as well as alumni, to research, explore, and study in a quiet environment.
Having UT on your Resume is a Great Start and utilizing Texas Exes Career Services is the next logical step. Our Career Services provide members with resources for career connections. Register with the Texas Exes Career Network and join their LinkedIn group to connect with over 14,000 alumni of the UT Austin community to learn and to share career insights and experiences.
What advice would you offer current students on translating their college experiences into a personally meaningful career? Our Making Majors Work project celebrates the value of the Liberal Arts degree - but we're looking for more stories. You can help to inspire existing students by sharing your career success story. Visit the Making Majors Work page for more details and contact information and to read current liberal arts stories.
Read on for advice for alumni who are thinking about changing careers, including evaluating your situation, evaluating your needs, researching your options and creating an action plan.