Liberal Arts Career Services Updates for Week of April 22 – April 28

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. 


Bazaarvoice: Bazaarvoice is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company that enables consumers to engage with retailers and manufacturers by posting reviews, asking / answering questions, and sharing their stories. Our software is integrated into 1000+ of the biggest brand sites on the web, including, Travelocity, and Infinity. Bazaarvoice is an open, creative and collaborative culture, where passion and excellence rule. We were awarded one of the Best Places to Work in Austin (2010, 2011).

Bazaarvoice Opportunities: Bazaarvoice is currently searching for a User Experience Research Intern. View the job posting in your BTT Gateway account, Job ID 6001. Applications are due TOMORROW – Friday, April 20, 2012.

APPLICATION DEADLINES for the week of April 22nd: 

Search these Job or Schedule IDs in BTT Gateway for details and to apply.

The following are just a sample of the many jobs and internships you will find in BTT Gateway!

4/23 – Austin Clubhouse, Lisa Yoch Fellowship in Mental Health Service Leadership: Job ID 6036

4/23 – Provident Funding, Credit Analyst: Job ID 5856

4/23 – Little Green Beans, Retail Internship in Merchandising, Sales & Communications: Job ID 6046

4/25 – Software Advice, SEO & Content Marketing Internship: Job ID 6030

4/25 – Blueprint Schools Network, Apollo 20 Fellowship: Job ID 6026

4/27 – Lawyer’s Aid Service, Paralegal Clerk Trainee: Job ID 6022

4/27 – Sierra Club Lone Star Chapter, Summer Internship: Job ID 6038

4/27 – Software Advice, Inside Sales: Job ID 6031

4/27 – Russell Consulting Group, Social Media Professional: Job ID 6027

4/27 – NBC News, Tim Russert Fellowship: Job ID 6043

4/27 – Citizen Schools, Nation Teaching Fellowship: Job ID 5957

4/28 – Spectrum Association Management, Community Manager: Job ID 6023 

EVENTS for the week of April 22nd: 

Details available under “Career Events” in BTT Gateway.

4/23 – Revenade, Info Session: PAR 204, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. (Associate Business Developer Position)

4/23 – Peace Corps, Info Session: FAC 18 (LACS), 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.

4/25 – Northwestern Mutual, Info Session: CAL 200, 5 – 6:00 p.m. (Financial Representatives & Interns)

4/26 – GlobalNet, Global Networking Event with Employers for Students Interested in International Careers: RSC 2.104, 6-8 p.m., RSVP Required

4/28 – Harvard Kennedy School, Information Session: FAC 18 (LACS), 12 – 1:30 p.m.

4/29 – InternInAustin Summer Internship Fair: Registration Deadline


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.


Liberal Arts Career Services | The University of Texas at Austin

FAC 18 | ph 512.471.7900 | fx 512.471.7903 |



HUF Students Win First Prize in National Inter-Collegiate Debate

Hot off the press!

Our Hindi (HUF) students Florence Kerns and Ishita Paul both won the 1st prize at the national inter-collegiate debate hosted by Yale University!

Florence won the 1st prize in the “non-native non-heritage speakers” category and Ishita won the 1st prize in the “non-native heritage speakers”

This is big news. Students from Yale, Princeton, Harvard, Columbia, UPenn, NYU, Weslyan, UCLA and UTexas participated in the debate and the competition received both pre and post coverage by major Indian news channels. The following is from today’s Hindustan Times post-competition coverage:

Big congrats to Florence and Ishita and the Hindu-Urdu Flagship Program!

Japan Seminar: Disaster and Normality Since March 11, 2011

Disaster and Normality Since March 11, 2011

Theodore C. Bestor, Professor and Chair, Department of Anthropology, Harvard University

Fri, April 13, 2012 • 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM • Avaya Auditorium, ACE 2.302

Theodore C. Bestor will give a talk about the Japanese earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan in March of last year.


Professor Theodore Bestor is as a specialist on contemporary Japanese society and culture, focusing much of his research on Tokyo. He has written widely on urban culture and history, markets and economic organization, food culture, the fishing industry, and popular culture. He is also the president of the Association for Asian Studies.

Please see this link for more details and more about Professor Bestor: