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Robert Vega, Director FAC 18 / 2304 Whitis Ave. Stop G6200 78712-1508 • 512-471-7900

Comprehensive Job & Internship Search Guide

Are you ready to connect with job and internship opportunities, but don't know where to start?

This guide introduces you to a variety of job/internship posting sites, career research tools, career search preparation help and professional networking resources.

Job & Internship Highlights Stories & Advice
Job & Internship Preparation Networking & Social Media
Career & Internship Research LACS/BTT Gateway Disclaimer

Job & Internship Highlights

The most common job and internship search sites are the following:

  • BTT Gateway - Our job and internship database offers a variety of open positions, resume drops and on-campus interview opportunities. BTT Gateway also allows you to upload your resumes and receive regular messages of job/internship activities.
  • HireUTexas - Use HireUTexas to search for professional/career oriented job and internship opportunities with employers seeking to hire UT students and alumni. New positions are posted every day.

Job & Internship Preparation

  • Resumes & Cover Letters: Learn how to write winning resumes and cover letters and check out the templates designed specifically for liberal arts students.
  • Interviews: Explore our interview pages to help you succeed in your next interview. Our interviews site includes help with behavioral and case interviews, phone and panel interviews, as well as salary negotiation.

Career & Internship Research

  • Vault: Vault is an online career resource library that allows you to research careers, positions, companies, organizations and geographical locations. Vault also provides a collection of industry and career-topic e-books available, free of charge to BTT Gateway students, for download.
  • Book of Lists & Weekly Business Journals: Essential information on the leading businesses and employers in over 60 of the U.S.'s most dynamic markets, including Austin. Check out the rankings to find top employers in various industries.
  • How To Research Employers Series: A helpful series that provides keen advice and several resources on how to research corporate, nonprofit and public sector employers. These publications are available for download.
  • Going Global: A comprehensive resource for students interested in traveling and working abroad.
  • LACS Resource Library: Our library, located in FAC 18, is available between 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday. We stock a comprehensive selection of career, internship, pre-law and graduate school print and online resources. The library is open to Liberal Arts students, as well as alumni, to research, explore and study in a quiet environment.

Stories & Advice

  • Check out our Making Majors Work and Making Internships Work collection of liberal arts students' success stories - and how you can do the same.
  • So You Want To Work In...?: A series of factsheets introducing you to a variety of professions open to you as a liberal arts student, as well as providing advice on how to get into these industries. This series includes diplomatic corps, hospitality management, human resources, law firms, Peace Corps, and real estate.
  • Internship Site Reviews: Find out what liberal arts students say about internship sites across Texas and the world.

Networking & Social Media

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. 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.

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