Liberal Arts Career Services Update for May 7 – May 13

May 7th, 2015

Liberal Arts Career Services – helping liberal arts students go “Beyond the Tower!”

To apply for these opportunities or learn more about these events, check out your BTT Gateway account .

Don’t have an account? Register with LACS to access opportunities and to learn about our events, services and resources.

LAST WEEKLY UPDATE FOR SPRING 2015

This is the last LACS weekly announcement for the spring semester. Our weekly email updates will start again in late August for the fall semester. During the summer you can explore our application deadlines, events and other career-related information on our webpage and in your BTT Gateway Account. Have a great summer!

EVENT SPOTLIGHT:

Job Search Boot Camp – If you just graduated or are graduating soon, sign up for our job search crash course: Job Search Boot Camp. Our boot camp offers a quick and easy way to get all the information you need in one afternoon. Arrive with a pen and paper, leave with a career plan.  Click here to explore event information.    Job Search Boot Camp | 5/12 | 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm | CLA 1.320E | RSVP and for more information

INDEED.COM JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

You currently have access to 20,800+ job and internship postings in the Indeed.com system. To access the system, login to your BTT Gateway account  > under the job and internship search you will see results in two tabs: one for BTT opportunities and one for Indeed.com opportunities, click on the Indeed tab to expand your search.  

BTTG APPLICATION DEADLINES for the week of May 7: 

Explore BTT Gateway  for details and to apply. If in the list below you see a JOB ID, search the BTT Gateway [Jobs/Internships] tab; if you see a SCHEDULE ID, search the [Interview Schedules/Qualified Schedules] tab. The following are just a sample of the many jobs and internships you will find in BTT Gateway.

  • 5/7 – Trinity Industries, Inc., Public Affairs Intern,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10255
  • 5/7- Castleton Commodities International, Product Control Analyst,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10254
  • 5/8 – College Forward, AmeriCorps College Access Coach,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10266
  • 5/8 – PERI Software Solutions, Programmer Analyst,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10257
  • 5/8 – City of Houston, Summer Intern,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10370
  • 5/10 – Neo Education Ltd., English (ESL) Teacher,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9838
  • 5/10 – Refugee Services of Texas, Nonprofit Management Admin Internship (Dallas),  BTT Gateway Job ID 7058
  • 5/11 – Varsity International, Sales and Management – Summer Opportunity,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9842
  • 5/11 – Social Security Administration, Contact Representative,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10358
  • 5/11 – Project Vote Smart, Summer 2015 Legislative Research Internship,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10150

EVENTS for the week of May 7:

Details available under “Career Events” in BTT Gateway or the LACS online calendar.

  • 5/12 – Job Search Boot Camp, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm, CLA 1.302E

HIREUTEXAS JOB & INTERNSHIP POSTINGS

HireUTexas, UT’s job board, currently has 182 jobs and internships posted since April 30.  Access HireUTexas here to explore these opportunities and for job descriptions and application details. Attached is an overview of the most recently posted jobs and internships.

LACS RESUME POLICY

The first resume you upload to BTT Gateway will be reviewed by a member of LACS for grammar, format, marketing and relevance to help you highlight your experience in a professional format. Please allow up to two business days for the review process, during which you will not be able to submit the resume for jobs or internships in BTT Gateway. If your resume is not approved, we will provide feedback to help you craft a stronger resume. Once your first resume is approved, all subsequent resume uploads will be automatically approved and you will have immediate access to the resume for BTT Gateway applications. Due to the review process, we recommend you upload your resume well in advance of any upcoming deadlines.

Review the LACS Resume Guidelines to learn the criteria for resume approval.

LACS Job Search Boot Camp

May 6th, 2015

Need a job but don’t know where to start? 

If you are graduating this semester or in the near future, sign up for our job search crash course: Job Search Boot Camp. Our boot camp offers a quick and easy way to get all the information you need in one afternoon. Arrive with a pen and paper, leave with a career plan.

Date: Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Time: 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Location: CLA 1.302E

How To Register: Seating is limited. To reserve your spot, register through your BTT Gateway account.

Job Search Boot Camp is a 2-hour intensive job search training program designed to help you:

  • Identify and understand the unique skills you bring to the job market
  • Present your academic and professional interests and strengths to recruiters
  • Design a cohesive online brand consistent with your goals
  • Craft compelling resumes and cover letters
  • Improve your interviewing and networking skills
  • Explore various career research and job posting sites

Thanks,

LIBERAL ARTS CAREER SERVICES

The University of Texas at Austin | 512-471-7900 | lacs@austin.utexas.edu | utexas.edu/cola/orgs/lacs/

Masters of China Studies Program at Yenching Academy of Peking University

May 6th, 2015

The Yenching Academy offers students a Masters of Arts in China Studies where scholars participate in an intensive program of interdisciplinary classroom and field study of Chinese history and culture.

Academy courses are available in both English and Chinese; it will be possible for international students to complete their degrees with courses taught in English. Chinese language study will be required for all international students; those with an advanced level of Chinese will be encouraged to take courses taught in Chinese.

Fellowship

All students receive a one-year fellowship that covers tuition and fees, accommodation and living costs. Additional funding, in the form of research or teaching assistantships, will be available for international students in good standing who choose to complete their thesis at PKU during their second year.

Field Studies

All scholars are required to participate in a two-credit field study course in which they will attend lectures before and during a trip to a culturally/historically important city or region of China.

Language Training

One-year intensive Chinese language program at all levels (from elementary to post-advanced reading tutorials).

Built on Peking University’s legacy of excellence, particularly in the humanities and the social sciences, the Yenching Academy offers:

  • An exclusive “community of scholars” comprised of Yenching Scholars, faculty, and prominent social, business, and community leaders
  • A residential college dedicated to achieving excellence for the most promising students from both China and across the globe
  • An idea incubator for innovative humanities and social sciences research conducted by leading scholars both in China and from around the world

Application

The online application will be online September 1, 2015 at www.yenchingacademy.org

The application deadline for the 2016-2017 class will be January 31, 2015.

Required documents

  • Application forms
  • Transcript from bachelor’s degree program and other currently-enrolled program (if any)
  • Personal statement
  • Resume/curriculum vitae
  • Two letters of recommendation

Contact Information

John L. Holden  何立强  
Associate Dean, The Yenching Academy, Peking University www.yenchingacademy.org
Professor of Management Practice, Guanghua School of Management
Nonresident Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
+86-185-1847-2818   +1-646-583-1897    Skype: jlholden

 

Women and Gender Studies Dept. Hiring Work-Study for Summer 2015

May 6th, 2015

Summer 2015: Student Assistant/Seeking Awesome Work-Study (for Receptionist help)

Hours: M-F; 8am-5pm, depending on student’s schedule, 10-19 hours per week (flexible)

$10/hour

All genders are encouraged to apply!  Must have work-study during Summer 2015.

Student will be qualified to perform such duties as: answering phones, preparing mailings, including event publicity; data entry; office filing; making campus-wide deliveries; flyering; acting as front-desk receptionist; helping with website; and assisting with event coordination.  Experience with creating flyers would be great too, but not required.  Students may also be asked to help with other clerical tasks in the office.

Fall opportunities may also be available. 

The mission of the Center for Women’s and Gender Studies (CWGS) is to create committed communities that address the challenges faced in the areas of gender, sexuality, diversity, and equity.  We foster these communities inside and outside The University of Texas at Austin through: Interdisciplinary research; Undergraduate and graduate teaching; Social advocacy; Community partnerships.  CWGS administers undergraduate and graduate degrees in Women’s & Gender Studies, and the undergraduate certificate in LGBTQ/Sexualities Studies.  See our website for details: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/cwgs/

Applicants must have a work-study award from Student Financial Services (the financial aid office, 512 475-6282).

Please email a statement of interest, work-study award amounts, detailed resume, your availability (not class) schedule, to ajsalcedo@austin.utexas.edu to schedule an interview ASAP. We would like to hire someone by June 5th. If you have any questions, please call the CWGS Office at (512) 471-5765.

Things to keep in mind:

  • Punctuality makes a great first impression.
  • Your class schedule vs. free time -when can you really work?
  • Be professional – if you can’t make an interview or have already found a job, let other interviewers know.

As a courtesy, a quick email will save others time and work.

  • Bring your work-study award letter and resume to the interview.

Earliest Start Date: May 20th.  

Summer position goes until August 31st

 

 

Summer 2015: Leadership Opportunity for UT Students

May 6th, 2015

Each year, The University of Texas at Austin and the International Office welcomes hundreds of international students to the Longhorn community. The International Orientation Assistant (IOA) Program provides UT students the opportunity to get involved in International Orientation activities!

How can you get involved?

Sharing your culture and learning about others can be a rewarding experience! We invite UT students with an international interest to become an IOA. Help International Office staff members check students in during Immigration Briefing & Check-In (IBC) while sharing your knowledge of UT and Austin. IBCs will take place 1-2 times a week throughout the summer. Mandatory IOA training sessions will be held the last week of May and the first week of June. Events begin on June 10th, and the last event takes place on July 17th.

Requirements

  • Expected enrollment at UT Austin for Fall 2015
  • Minimum of Sophomore academic standing
  • Interest and/or familiarity working with diverse populations in cross-cultural settings
  • 3-6 hr/wk commitment during program dates

Compensation

  • $150 stipend (paid upon program completion)

How to Apply

Step 1: Complete our online application.

Step 2: Submit your resume to isss-orientation@austin.utexas.edu

Please submit your application no later than May 22.

Liberal Arts Career Services Update for Week of 4/30 – 5/6

May 1st, 2015

Liberal Arts Career Services – helping liberal arts students go “Beyond the Tower!”

To apply for these opportunities or learn more about these events, check out your BTT Gateway account .

Don’t have an account? Register with LACS to access opportunities and to learn about our events, services and resources.

EMPLOYER SPOTLIGHT

AUSTIN FILM FESTIVAL – Austin Film Festival furthers the art and craft of filmmaking by inspiring and championing the work of screenwriters, filmmakers and all artists who use the language of film to tell a story. AFF is looking to fill several internship positions in a wide variety of roles, from production interns to hospitality coordinator. Click here to explore one of the many positions.

INDEED.COM JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

You currently have access to 20,900+ job and internship postings in the Indeed.com system. To access the system, login to your BTT Gateway account > under the job and internship search you will see results in two tabs: one for BTT opportunities and one for Indeed.com opportunities, click on the Indeed tab to expand your search.

BTTG APPLICATION DEADLINES for the week of April 30

Explore BTT Gateway for details and to apply. If in the list below you see a JOB ID, search the BTT Gateway [Jobs/Internships] tab; if you see a SCHEDULE ID, search the [Interview Schedules/Qualified Schedules] tab. The following are just a sample of the many jobs and internships you will find in BTT Gateway.

  • 4/30 – Modern Woodmen of America, Financial Representative,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10142
  • 4/30 – Hartford Financial Services, Associate Claims Representative,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9927
  • 4/30 – Liberty Mutual, Insurance Leadership Forum,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9887
  • 4/30 – Austin Film Festival, Office Manager,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10342
  • 4/30 – Austin Film Festival, Executive Director Assistant,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10343
  • 4/30 – Austin Film Festival, Executive Department Intern,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10344
  • 4/30 – Public Consulting Group, Multiple Positions
  • 4/30 – Equal Justice Center, Intake/Outreach Intern,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9954
  • 4/30 – Websense, Inside Sales Associate,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10154
  • 4/30 – City Year, AmeriCorps Member,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10069
  • 4/30 – Northwestern Mutual, Financial Representative,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10035
  • 4/30 – EF Education First, Multiple Positions
  • 4/30 – Equal Justice Center, Intake/Outreach Intern,  BTT Gateway Job 10122
  • 4/30 – Kanematsu USA, Import/Export Associate,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9715
  • 4/30 – Angelou Economics, Economic Development Intern,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10310
  • 4/30  – EquityMetrix, Lease Analyst,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9886
  • 4/30 – Travelers, Claim Professional Trainee,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9657
  • 4/30 – Emler Swim School, Management,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9813
  • 4/30 – EF Education First, Activity Leader,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9589
  • 4/30 – BenefitMall, Entry Level Outside Sales Professional Positions
  • 4/30 – Indeed.com, Summer ‘105 Sales Internship,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10163
  • 5/1 – Camp Fire, Summer Camp Staff,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9613
  • 5/1 – National Park Service-Rocky Mountain, Fall Internship,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9758
  • 5/1 – Pearson, Copyeditor, Application Deadline, BTT Gateway Job ID 9942
  • 5/1 – Pearson, Bilingual Spanish Copyeditor,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9943
  • 5/1 – Austin Film Festival, Young Filmmaker’s Intern,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9240
  • 5/1 – Austin Film Festival, Screenplay Department Intern,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9241
  • 5/1  – Austin Film Festival, Development Intern,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9512
  • 5/1 – Austin Film Festival, Marketing Intern,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9514
  • 5/1 – Texas Campaign for the Environment, Community Organizer,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10308
  • 5/1 – Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission, Diversity Intern,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10328
  • 5/1 – Texas Public Policy Foundation, Grants and Donor Communications Manager,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9968
  • 5/1 – Chasse Consulting, Business Development Associate,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10039
  • 5/1 – Chasse Consulting, Graphic Design Internship,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10040
  • 5/1 – Livestrong, Multiple Positions
  • 5/1 – Silicon Valley Bank, Associate Development Program,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10146
  • 5/2 – ISHIR, Inc., Marketing Intern,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10231
  • 5/2 – First Investors Corporation, Financial Representative,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10244
  • 5/2 – ISHIR, Inc., Executive Assistant,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10232
  • 5/2 – Medix Staffing Solutions, Entry Level Recruiter,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10234
  • 5/3 – CDW, Account Manager,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10246
  • 5/4 – University of Texas Campus Environmental Center
  • 5/5 – CSO Resarch, Inc., Client Relations Associate,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9180
  • 5/5 – Formula Expo, Inc., Content Provider,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10356
  • 5/6 – Schneider, Logistics Sales Account Executive,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10250
  • 5/6 – Emler Swim School, Swim Teacher,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10252
  • 5/6 – Emler Swim School, Lifeguard, Application Deadline, BTT Gateway Job ID 10253

HIREUTEXAS JOB & INTERNSHIP POSTINGS

HireUTexas, UT’s job board, currently has 228 jobs and internships posted since April 23.  Access HireUTexas here to explore these opportunities and for job descriptions and application details. Attached is an overview of the most recently posted jobs and internships.

LACS RESUME POLICY

The first resume you upload to BTT Gateway will be reviewed by a member of LACS for grammar, format, marketing and relevance to help you highlight your experience in a professional format. Please allow up to two business days for the review process, during which you will not be able to submit the resume for jobs or internships in BTT Gateway. If your resume is not approved, we will provide feedback to help you craft a stronger resume. Once your first resume is approved, all subsequent resume uploads will be automatically approved and you will have immediate access to the resume for BTT Gateway applications. Due to the review process, we recommend you upload your resume well in advance of any upcoming deadlines.

Review the LACS Resume Guidelines to learn the criteria for resume approval.

CELTA Program – Teach English Abroad

April 24th, 2015

If you’re interested in teaching English abroad, we’d like you to know about the CELTA program given here at UT Austin.  The CELTA is a 4-week certificate program offered through Cambridge University and is the most well-recognized English teaching certificate around the world.

We are offering 3 sessions this summer:

May 26-June 19

June 22-July 17

July 20-August 14

Our final information session for the spring is on Monday, April 27, at 5pm in MEZ 1.206.

More information can be found at http://world.utexas.edu/celta

Best regards,

Christine

CHRISTINE MCCOURT  ESL Instructor/Sponsored Student Advisor/CELTA Administrator, ESL Services

International Office  |  The University of Texas at Austin  |  (512) 471-2480  |  cmccourt@austin.utexas.edu |

world.utexas.edu/esl

https://www.facebook.com/UTAustinESL

Fulbright U.S. Student Program Info Session Wednesday, May 6th

April 24th, 2015

FULBRIGHT GRANT INFO SESSION DATE AND TIME:

Wednesday, May 6,from 3-4pm, CLA 0.128

Fulbright awards graduating seniors, recent graduates and alumni to travel for academic work in all disciplines, including the sciences, social sciences, humanities, engineering, and the performing and creative arts.  A number of countries also offer grants for those who wish to serve as English teaching assistants.

If your students aren’t quite ready, the competition happens every year, and we’d like to put the Fulbright Program in exceptional students’ minds as a goal to strive for after graduation!

Timeline:

INFO SESSION: Wed, April 15, 2015, 3-4pm, CLA 0.128 on UT Campus

INFO SESSION: Wed, May 6, 2015, 3-4pm, CLA 0.128 on UT Campus

ONLINE APPLICATION OPENS:  Fri, May 1, 2015

UT APPLICATION CAMPUS DEADLINE:  Wed, September 2, 2015                               

INTERVIEW SLOT ASSIGNED: Fri, Sep 11, 2015

COMMITTEE INTERVIEWS: Mon-Fri, Sep 14-18 and 21-25, 2015 in the UT Austin International Office, 2400 Nueces St, Suite B, Austin, TX 78705, ROOM 104     

NATIONAL ONLINE APPLICATION DUE:  Tuesday, October 13, 4PM Central Time

AWARDS ANNOUNCEMENTS: March-June 2016

The Fine Print:

The 2016-2017 Fulbright U.S. Student competition will open on May 1, 2015.  The Fulbright U.S. Student program is open to graduate students at all levels, undergraduates who will have completed their degree by the beginning of the grant period (for most countries, Sept. 1, 2015) and non-students who hold a bachelor’s degree.  The program is restricted to U.S. citizens.  The grants are for study and research abroad, and are available for most countries.  Grants are awarded for all disciplines, including the sciences, social sciences, humanities, engineering, and the performing and creative arts.  A number of countries also offer grants for those who wish to serve as English teaching assistants.

Deadlines and Procedures:

  1. Potential applicants must register with us, by completing the FULBRIGHT REGISTRATION SURVEY 2016-2017:

The survey will ask the applicant’s name, contact information, academic status (i.e., undergrad, grad, alumnus), country or region of interest, and area of study or research topic.

  1. The applicant should go to the Fulbright U.S. Student Program website

(http://us.fulbrightonline.org/home.html) for country summaries, information about preparing an application, and, starting May 1, to begin the online application process.

  1. The applicant should also review our campus website:

http://world.utexas.edu/abroad/funding/scholarships/fulbright

  1. Campus Deadline: The applicant must submit copies of all application materials electronically to our office by 2 PM on September 3. Interviews are tentatively scheduled between September 14 and September 25.  While the deadline for final submission to the national office has not yet been announced, my expectation is that it will be around mid-October 2015.

Again, I invite you to encourage eligible and interested students (and alumni) to consider applying.  For the most recent statistical year (2014-15), UT Austin ranked in the top 25 of Doctoral and Research institutions, with 13 or our 57 applicants receiving the grant. UT Austin’s award percentage per applicant that year was nearly 23%.  As a Fulbrighter myself (Brazil, 1990), I can testify to the lifelong value of this extraordinary program, and I am hoping that we can make that experience available to your students as well.

Best,

Lindsay Hale, Ph.D.

University Extension | Continuing Education

Chair, Fulbright U.S. Student Program Campus Committee

Two Jobs at Consulate-General of Japan in Houston

April 24th, 2015

Accounting/Administrative Clerk

Title:  Accounting/Administrative Clerk

Benefits:  Paid vacation, medical/dental insurance, US federal and some Japanese
national holidays

Working hours:  9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday *some evenings and weekends required 
for special events and receptions

Primary Duties & Responsibilities:

  • General accounting duties – process bills and checks, support accounting personnel
  • Administrative duties – insurance, health check-up, office supplies and machines, building maintenance request, office ID and parking card, official bank account, filing
  • Official cars’ scheduling
  • Receive/Dispatch official cargo
  • Translation and Interpretation (Japanese – English)
  • Other administrative duties and assisting the diplomats with day-to-day work.

Required Qualifications:

  • US citizen or US permanent residency holders
  • Advanced Japanese language reading and writing skills
  • Strong organizational, administrative, and communication skills
  • Ability to work autonomously or as part of a team
  • Strong computer skills. Must be proficient in common software, including Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Knowledge of and experience in Accounting (favorable)

Location:
 Consulate-General of Japan in Houston, 909 Fannin Street, Suite 3000, Houston TX 77010

To Apply:
 Interested candidates should mail, fax, or e-mail their resume and cover letter to Ms. Shiori Nakamura (Fax: (713) 651-7822, E-mail: cgj.joboffer.admin@ho.mofa.go.jp). Deadline for submission is Friday May 1, 2015. Please do not call with regard to your application status.

 

Clerk for Consular Section

Title:  Clerk for Consular Section

Benefits:  Paid vacation, medical/dental insurance, US federal and some Japanese
national holidays

Working hours:  9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday *some evenings and weekends required 
for special events and receptions

Primary Duties & Responsibilities:
 Under general supervision, the clerk performs all of consular service assistant functions. Typical tasks are:

  • Assistance in Japanese passport service
  • Assistance in visa service
  • Assistance in Japanese citizenship service (birth, marriage, divorce, nationality, etc.)
  • Assistance in help, support and protection services for Japanese living in Texas and Oklahoma
  • Assistance in Japanese election service
  • Other consular duties and assisting the diplomats with day-to-day work.

Required Qualifications:

  • US Citizen or US permanent residency holders
  • English Language Fluency is required and Japanese Language Fluency is
  • Strong organizational, administrative, and communication skills
  • Ability to work autonomously or as part of a team
  • Must be proficient in computer skills such as Microsoft word, Excel, Internet, and Emails.
  • Must be able to take business trips and work over time.

Location:
 Consulate-General of Japan in Houston, 909 Fannin Street, Suite 3000, Houston TX 77010

To Apply:
 Interested candidates should mail, fax, or e-mail their resume, passport, a vaid US visa or s valid US permanent resident card (Green card) and cover letter to Consular Section. 
(Please be imformed that we won’t be returning your resume) 
(Fax: (713) 651-7822, E-mail: cgj.joboffer.ryoji@ho.mofa.go.jp).
Deadline for submission is Friday May 13, 2015. Please do not call with regard to your application status.

Liberal Arts Career Services Update for Week of 4/23 – 4/29

April 23rd, 2015

Liberal Arts Career Services – helping liberal arts students go “Beyond the Tower!”

To apply for these opportunities or learn more about these events, check out your BTT Gateway account .

Don’t have an account? Register with LACS  to access opportunities and to learn about our events, services and resources.

EMPLOYER SPOTLIGHT

National Instruments – Headquartered in Austin, Texas, NI has more than 5,000 employees worldwide and direct operations in more than 40 countries. NI is frequently recognized for its friendly and inspiring work environment by such publications as FORTUNE, BusinessWeek, and Electronic Design. NI is currently hiring for technical writers (click here to apply)  as well as technical writer interns (click here to apply).

INDEED.COM JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

You currently have access to 20,600+ job and internship postings in the Indeed.com system. To access the system, login to your BTT Gateway account  > under the job and internship search you will see results in two tabs: one for BTT opportunities and one for Indeed.com opportunities, click on the Indeed tab to expand your search.

BTTG APPLICATION DEADLINES for the week of April 23

Explore BTT Gateway for details and to apply. If in the list below you see a JOB ID, search the BTT Gateway [Jobs/Internships] tab; if you see a SCHEDULE ID, search the [Interview Schedules/Qualified Schedules] tab. The following are just a sample of the many jobs and internships you will find in BTT Gateway.

  • 4/23 – Stepping Stone School, Early Childhood Education/Preschool Teacher,  BTT Gateway Job ID 8251
  • 4/24 – Texas 4000, Multiple Positions
  • 4/24 – Caritas of Austin, Veteran Specialist,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10237
  • 4/24 – JCPenney Company, Inc., Planning & Merchandising Internship,  BTT Gateway Job ID 8922
  • 4/24 – The Boon Group, Marketing Intern,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10212
  • 4/24 – Houston ISD Alternative, Effective Teacher Fellowship,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10132
  • 4/24 – JCPenney Company, Inc., Assistant Buyer Trainee,  BTT Gateway Job ID 8921
  • 4/24 – American Cancer Society, Bilingual (Spanish) Cancer Information Specialist,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10192
  • 4/26 – North Star Resource Group, Financial Advisor Training Program,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10215
  • 4/28 – AXA Advisors, Financial Advisor,  BTT Gateway Job ID 10073
  • 4/29 – National Instruments, Technical Writer,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9854
  • 4/29 – National Instruments, Technical Writer Internship,  BTT Gateway Job ID 9855

EVENTS for the week of April 23

Details available under “Career Events” in BTT Gateway or the LACS online calendar.

  • 4/27 – Liberal Arts + Entrepreneurship: A conversation with Dr. John Butler, CLA 1.302B, 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

HIREUTEXAS JOB & INTERNSHIP POSTINGS

HireUTexas, UT’s job board, currently has jobs and internships posted since April 16.  Access HireUTexas here to explore these opportunities and for job descriptions and application details. Attached below is an overview of the most recently posted jobs and internships.

LACS RESUME POLICY

The first resume you upload to BTT Gateway will be reviewed by a member of LACS for grammar, format, marketing and relevance to help you highlight your experience in a professional format. Please allow up to two business days for the review process, during which you will not be able to submit the resume for jobs or internships in BTT Gateway. If your resume is not approved, we will provide feedback to help you craft a stronger resume. Once your first resume is approved, all subsequent resume uploads will be automatically approved and you will have immediate access to the resume for BTT Gateway applications. Due to the review process, we recommend you upload your resume well in advance of any upcoming deadlines.

Review the LACS Resume Guidelines to learn the criteria for resume approval.