Connections to Employers Overview
JOBS, INTERNSHIPS & ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
Discover job and internship postings through our office! We have several job/internship search databases for you to search for opportunities at the local, national and international levels. Some employers arrange a day of student interviews in our office to meet with selected candidates.
BTT Gateway is our on-line recruiting database where you can search for full-time jobs and internships. This database also facilitates our on-campus interview process. Through BTT Gateway, you also have access to CareerShift and Vault, two job/internship search engines with nationwide opportunities, and Going Global, our international opportunities search engine.
CAREER FAIRS & OTHER EVENTS/PROGRAMS
We hold two large career and internship fairs each year where you can visit with dozens of employers from a variety industries. There are also many individual employer information sessions and other smaller events where you can meet recruiters and discover opportunities. In addition, UT students have access to a variety of special programs aimed at NY, DC and LA related jobs and internships.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT U.S. JOB SEARCH
International students at The University of Texas at Austin have various options for employment. Check out this page for information to help you connect with employers in the U.S.
LACS/BTT GATEWAY DISCLAIMER
Please note that job listings are presented as a service to our registrants. We evaluate and approve or reject job postings based on our recruiting policies. However, we cannot guarantee the validity and/or accuracy of the job information posted. It is the job seeker's responsibility to independently review all postings, organizations, contracts, and job offers. BTT Gateway registrants can research companies and opportunities via Vault, a comprehensive online career resource ((access Vault via your BTT Gateway account under the External Links tab)). Students and alumni can report job posting-related issues and scams to Liberal Arts Career Services, 512-471-7900. Learn more about employment scams at the Federal Trade Commission website.