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.
Liberal Arts Career Services provides career coaching for all graduate liberal arts students.
Texas Career Engagement (formerly TRIS) is a campus-wide resource supporting companies and organizations recruiting at UT by providing interview space, career center connections and one-stop recruiting access. Our employer connections benefit UT Austin students and alumni with the increased number and diversity of opportunities we facilitate and make accessible via our career center partners.
The Intellectual Entrepreneurship program, a cross-disciplinary consortium, offers tools and resources for job applicants.
All UT Austin graduate students are eligible to use the resources of Versatile Ph.D., an online community for non-academic and non-faculty job seekers.
Learn how to leverage your expertise into a career through My IDP (Individual Development Plan).
The Writing Mentor application provides feedback about your writing to help you to make it convincing, well-developed, coherent, and well-edited!
A free, online career exploration and planning tool for Ph.D. students and postdoctoral scholars in the humanities and social sciences.
Interstride provides a one-stop shop for international students, including visa and immigration information; companies that sponsor employment visas; guidance on intercultural networking; job listings, real-time hiring trends, and employer information; and tailored assessment tools.