Law Firm Internship

April 21, 2015 | by lshipley | | Leave a Comment

Job Type: Internship

Salary Type: Unpaid 20hrs/wk

Start Date: ASAP

Job Description:

Bertolino LLP is seeking a hard-working intern with an interest in civil litigation, with an emphasis on professional license defense and family law. The intern will play a crucial role in reviewing case documents and conferring with the legal staff. This person will work on filing legal documents in corresponding client files. This internship could lead to employment with the firm.

Please submit a cover letter and resume via email to Rosario Alcala at If you have any further questions regarding the application process or the job description, email or call 512-476-5757. Find more information about our firm at

Job Qualifications:
-Ability to be detail-oriented
-Ability to multi-task
-Positive attitude and eagerness to learn new things -Great communication skills (both oral and written)

Required Education & Experience:
-Prefer previous clerical/ secretarial experience -All majors welcomed
-Minimum 3.5 GPA

Schwarzman Scholars

April 21, 2015 | by lshipley | | Leave a Comment

Dear Friends,

Schwarzman Scholars is pleased to announce the application is now open for exceptional students, recent alumni, and young professionals to apply for its inaugural class.

Inspired by the Rhodes Scholarship, Schwarzman Scholars is a highly selective international scholarship program designed to prepare future leaders for success in a world where China plays a key global role.

The program will give the world’s best and brightest students the opportunity to develop their leadership skills through a fully-funded one-year Master’s Degree at Tsinghua University – one of China’s most prestigious universities. For those ready to make their mark on the world, Schwarzman Scholars is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to:

·         Access World-Class Curriculum and Faculty  

·         Learn Beyond the Classroom and Experience the Real China

·         Engage in Multi-Dimensional Leadership Training  

 The application is now available, and the deadline is October 1, 2015. Additional information on the application process, including key dates, requirements and eligibility criteria can be found on our website.

Schwarzman Scholars is seeking high-caliber individuals who will represent the world’s next generation of leaders in business, politics, and civil society. We invite you to circulate this announcement to students, young professionals, and recent alumni from your institution.

We will host a prospective student webinar on April 23rd from 5:00-6:30PM (EDT). Please pass along the following information to any students or alumni who are interested in learning more about the application process.

Open to interested applicants: To register, please click here.If you do not have a Google account, you may view the webinar via YouTube.

For additional information and updates we encourage you to:

·         Stay informed by filling out the inquiry form

·         Follow us on Facebook and Twitter

·         Contact us with any questions


Stephen A. Schwarzman

The Intelligence Studies Project of the University of Texas at Austin announces the inaugural round of an annual competition recognizing outstanding student research and writing on topics related to intelligence and national security.  The winner of the “Inman Award” will receive a cash prize of $5000, with two semifinalists each receiving a cash prize of $2500.  This competition is open to unpublished work by undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in degree programs at accredited U.S. higher education institutions during the 2014-15 academic year.  The deadline for submitting papers is June 30, 2015. 

The Intelligence Studies Project was established at the University of Texas at Austin in 2013 as a joint venture of the Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law and the William P. Clements, Jr. Center for History, Strategy and Statecraft in collaboration with the LBJ School of Public Affairs. The Project’s mission is to improve understanding of intelligence activities and institutions through research, courses and public events bringing intelligence practitioners together with scholars, students and the public.

The award recognizes more than six decades of distinguished public service by Bobby R. Inman, Admiral, U.S. Navy (Ret.).  Admiral Inman has served in multiple leadership positions in the U.S. military, intelligence community, private industry and the University of Texas.  His previous intelligence posts include Director of Naval Intelligence, Vice-Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, Director of the National Security Agency and Deputy Director of Central Intelligence.  He continues to serve as a teacher and mentor to students, faculty members and current government officials while occupying the Lyndon B. Johnson Centennial Chair in National Policy at the LBJ School.

Additional information on the Inman Award competition and the Intelligence Studies Project is available at

Young Entrepreneurship Conference

April 16, 2015 | by lshipley | | Leave a Comment

Aaron Easaw, the CEO of INC.UBATOR, a start up incubator in Dallas, Texas is co-hosting a 3 day Young Entrepreneurship Conference in Austin this summer July 31st – August 2nd.  The conference will include key note speeches, breakout sessions, “Shark Tank” style pitches, and will serve as a great networking opportunity to get potential entrepreneurs out of their comfort zones!

Aaron is offering UT students a special $250 discount, almost cutting the original price in half, with the coupon code UTAUSTIN. Here is the Eventbrite for the conference: INC.UBATOR + Wantrepreneurial Entrepreneurship Conference

Summer Internship Information

April 16, 2015 | by lshipley | | Leave a Comment

If you are doing an internship this summer, let us know about it!  Fill out this form:

The information you enter (your name, the company and job description) will be published in the print LAH newsletter.

Mark if the internship is unpaid and we will consider you for a LAH unpaid internship stipend.

Please fill out the form by April 27th.

My name is Jackie Chorush and I’m looking for a partner for the Intellectual Entrepreneurship Program this summer that was included in the latest Herald. I already have my business idea: a hostel which runs based on a cooperative business model. I’ve been living in a cooperative for a couple of years now and I’m pretty familiar with the local cooperative scene. But I’m still open to other suggestions. I think this will be a fun, useful project and a cool opportunity. Please get in touch with me!

If you would like a seat in one of our lower-division honors courses (GOV 310L, GOV 312L, SOC 302, HIS 315K, GRG 304E, LIN 306, just to name a few) you must sign up for a seat in the LAH Office.  Once you sign up, we will give you access to add the course. YOU MUST REGISTER YOURSELF FOR THE CLASS.  If you put your name down in the book, you are committing to the course – please do not put your name down if you are uncertain that you want it.

Happy registration!

This year’s Echo release party will be held Friday, April 24 at 4:00 in the Liberal Arts Honors conference room in the CLA! Come by to pick up your copy of Echo and enjoy some delicious food with us. Stay and chat about creative writing and browse previous issues of Echo as well. If you are unable to join us for the release party, feel free to stop by the LAH conference room at another time to pick up your copy.

Students, apply to be a part of this small and engaged course to get upper-division credit and build performance-based education around LGBTQA people’s realities!

We are helping educate people and facilitate discussions that lead them to becoming advocates for LGBTQ rights.” (Peers for Pride Student Facilitator)

Apply now to be part of the 2015-16 Peers for Pride facilitation team!

Application & interview required to enroll in SW360/WGS345: Confronting LGBTQ Oppression. This two-semester course prepares student facilitators to create and facilitate interactive performances across the UT campus. No experience required! Peers for Pride is a program of the Gender & Sexuality Center: Serving Women & LGBTQA People.

Join a thoughtful and creative team to learn to use theatre for dialogue about LGBTQA realities.

You’ll learn to engage audience participants in performance-based dialogue around:

·      What empathy and ally-ship with LGBTQA people looks like;

·      What LGBTQA oppression looks like in daily experience;

·      How these systems of oppression are affected by racism, sexism, classism, & ableism; &

·      How to interrupt oppression and build dialogue with & among LGBTQA people.

Applications due by either April 15, 2015 (to schedule an interview before registration closes on May 1) or May 1, 2015 (to schedule an interview before the end of the semester on May 19).

“Peers for Pride has been one of my most meaningful experiences in college. I have become much more comfortable having difficult conversations with people, have an easier time expressing my opinion on different topics, and feel that I have grown not only as an ally to identities that I did not know much about before, but that I am now able to help others begin or advance their personal journey of allyship.” (Peers for Pride Student Facilitator)

We look forward to hearing from you!

Questions? Email Kristen Hogan:

The Inaugural Student Entrepreneurship Fellowship Program is taking place in Austin beginning June 1. This six-week fellowship includes housing, a food stipend, and hands-on venture creation experience with educational content provided by the National Science Foundation’s I-Corps program, all free of charge to the students.

Deadline to apply: April 22

Info session: April 13

Details at