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Students

Liberal Arts Career Services provides a full range of career coaching, recruiting, and career education services to help you prepare for whatever you want to do in the future. To be eligible, you must be a current UT Austin Liberal Arts degree-seeking student or a UT Liberal Arts alumni within one year of graduation. The information below is particularly relevant to undergraduate students. Graduate students seeking employment outside of academia may find the information and links on this page helpful, as well as our Graduate Student page.

Career & Internship Coaching

Career coaching will help you prepare for the job or internship search. Our career coaches can help you set goals and design your career plan; craft compelling resumes and cover letters; hone your interviewing skills; find the perfect internship; and explore your networking options.

Career Coaching Internships
Resumes & Cover Letters Networking
Interviewing Walk-In Advising

Connections to Employers

Are you ready to go "Beyond the Tower?" We provide students a variety of services and resources to help connect you with job and internship opportunities, career fairs, and other employer events.

Connections To Employers Overview Career Fairs & Other Employer Events
Jobs, Internships & On-Campus Interviews Special Programs (NY, DC & LA)
BTT Gateway
International Student Job Search

Graduate & Law School Advising

At LACS, we're about more than just the job search: we're also here to help you pursue an advanced degree. Our pre-law and graduate school advisors are experts in the graduate school process, so if you're considering law school or graduate school - take advantage of the services available only to liberal arts students!

Pre-Law & Grad School Services Overview Pre-Law Advising
Graduate School Advising  

Academic Courses

LACS offers college to career and internship courses for Liberal Arts students. Our upper and lower-division internship courses are designed to help you make the most of your experience. Our college to career courses are designed to help strategize your career goals, craft application materials to highlight your skills and hone your interview and networking skills.

Courses Overview Liberal Arts Major in the Workplace
Internship Courses The Liberal Arts Entrepreneur

Resources & Research

The better informed you are the better your chances of success in job interviews. Researching a job isn't all that different from researching a topic for a paper, and we've done much of the work for you by compiling a variety of resources. Start here for comprehensive information about job market trends, typical career paths, and inside information on organizations that might hire you.

Resources & Research Overview Online Research Tools
Resource Library Social Media Guide
Guides & Publications Vault

International Opportunities

Are you considering an internship or career abroad? If so, this section provides resources to help you research your options and connect with opportunities around the world.

International Opportunities Overview Opportunities by Subject
Going Global Opportunities by Location
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