Reminder: Vick Center Events for October and November

The Vick Center is excited to continue to offer workshops and programming available to all students in preparing for the internal transfer process. Our remaining October and November workshops include:

Writing Effective Resumes for Internal Transfer
Wednesday, October 30 • 4-5 p.m. • JES A218A

Rapid Resume Review
Wednesday, November 6 & 7 • 1-4 p.m. • JES A115
Drop-in and get your resume reviewed in 15 to 20 minutes for internal transfer, part time jobs, or internships. Bring a hard copy of your resume. First come, first served.

Writing Effective Internal Transfer Essays
Thursday, November 14 • 4-5 p.m. • JES A218
Learn tips on how to write an effective internal transfer application essay.

Students can RSVP at to attend.

Asian Studies Majors/Minors Gathering

The purpose of this event is to provide information to prospective students on the majors, minors and the honors program offered by the Department of Asian Studies.
We will have two sessions:

Majors/Minors Gathering
Tuesday, October 29 – Meyerson Conference Room
(WCH 4.118) 1:00 – 2:30 PM (drop-in) – Light refreshments
Tuesday, November 12 – Meyerson Conference Room
(WCH 4.118) 2:30 – 4:30 PM (drop-in) – Light refreshments

Come and meet with Asian Studies faculty and other students while enjoying light refreshments. Find out about Spring 2020 course offerings in China, Japan, Korea, and South Asia (languages, history, religion, cultures, literature, anthropology). Information about the major and minor and the Honors Program will be available at this event.


Nikola Rajić, PhD
Associate Academic Advisor | Department of Asian Studies| College of Liberal Arts
The University of Texas at Austin | WCH 4.116 | 512.475.6027 |
Schedule appt at:
All student correspondence should include EID.

Student Leadership Opportunities

Hello everyone,

The Leadership and Ethics Institute in the Office of the Dean of Students is recruiting for two different student leader opportunities – our Student Leadership Team and LEAP Program.

Our office is committed to providing leadership education and development to students on the Forty Acres. LEAP is a six-week foundational leadership program for students who are interested in gaining knowledge and tools to prepare them for leadership on the Forty Acres and beyond. Our Student Leadership Team serves as the facilitators and collaborators for all of our programs.

If you have students who are looking to make a lasting impact on The Forty Acres, please encourage them to apply!

The registration for the upcoming LEAP cohort is available on Hornslink until October 16th.
The application for our Student Leadership Team is available on Hornslink until October 29th.

If you have any questions about The Leadership and Ethics Institute and/or the application process, please connect with us at or (512) 232-5163.

Hook ‘em,


ALISHA BARNEBEY (she/her), Assistant Director, Experiential Learning and Internship Programs
The University of Texas at Austin | Leadership and Ethics Institute in the Office of the Dean of Students | 512-232-5163 |

Amazon Seeking Moody Students at Next Week’s Campus Events

We hope everyone enjoyed Wednesday’s career fair. Now on to next week: Amazon is recruiting at UT!

Amazon – Operations Opportunities in Nashville

Monday, Sept. 30, 5:30-6:30 pm. | Texas Union Quadrangle Room

Amazon is interested in seeing Moody Juniors and Seniors at an evening event. They’ll be discussing operations positions, their new facilities in Nashville, and reviewing their recruiting and hiring process. Apps and drinks available. This is a networking event so dress accordingly.

Amazon Info Session

Tuesday, Oct. 1, 6:00-7:30pm | Avaya Auditorium POB 2.302

Learn more about operations positions at Amazon at the new Nashville campus. You will also participate in operation simulations to learn about their needs.

Amazon will also be at next week’s UT Career & Internship Fair

Mark your calendar for UT’s next career fair, open to Moody students

Wednesday, October 2nd @ 11am – 3pm | Texas Union Ballroom

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Learn more at

The Moody College Career Services Team

Open House at University Writing Center, October 3, 4-6PM

Hi everyone,

The University Writing Center is hosting our annual open house on October 3, 4-6pm, in PCL 2.330 (the UWC). We hold this event so students who are interested in working at the Writing Center can:

  • learn about RHE368C: Writing Center Internship (the consultant training course)
  • meet current consultants and find out what it’s like to work here
  • enjoy lots of pizza!

Please share this information with any students who may be interested. We take applicants from every undergraduate major.

5-Year BA/MA WGS Degree Program

WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES is offering a new combined five-year Bachelor’s and Master’s program. (Integrated BA/MA WGS Degree Program)

This means that in five years at UT Austin, Students could earn a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES.

How does this work?

Students who major in WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES within the College of Liberal Arts and excel in academics, can begin taking graduate courses during their Junior year.

The key is to get in touch with the WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES academic advising office early during a student’s academic career and get started!

Students will need to make progress on undergraduate degree requirements (both the WGS major and your COLA/UT Core requirements) before getting permission to take graduate courses. Ideally, students should to begin this process during the spring semester of your sophomore year.
It’s never too early to start thinking about Graduate Study possibilities!

Freshmen and Sophomores who might be interested should attend an information session on the NEW COMBINED FIVE-YEAR BACHELORS AND MASTERS PROGRAM in WOMEN’S & GENDER STUDIES.

All information sessions will take place in BUR 556.

· Friday, October 4th at 9am-10am

· Monday, October 7th at 10am-11am

· Thursday, October 10th at 10-11am

· Thursday, October 10th at 5-6pm

· Friday, October 11th at 4-5pm

Please RSVP to and specify which info session you can attend.

If you cannot attend an information session, you may schedule an appointment using to find a day and time that work for you. (Please sign up to meet before October 15th.)

Are you in a Liberal Arts major?
Are you interested in Women’s and Gender Studies?
Are you a first -year or a sophomore student?
Did you come into UT Austin with a lot of transfer credit?
Are you interested in the humanities?
Do you enjoy reading and writing?
Are you curious about academic research?
Are you interested in earning a Master’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin?

If so, you might be a good candidate for the brand-new program through the College of Liberal Arts and the Graduate School, administered by the Center for Women’s & Gender Studies.

Women’s and Gender Studies is offering a new combined Five-Year Bachelors and Masters program.


Alma J. Salcedo, M. Ed. (pronouns she/her/hers)
Senior Academic Program Coordinator
Center for Women’s and Gender Studies
Office: Burdine Hall (BUR) 540.
Direct Line: 512. 475. 7858

***STUDENTS: please include UT EIDs and course UNIQUE numbers in your emails.***
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Linkedin Master Class – UT has paid the $99 fee for Moody students!

Moody students now have access to a complete, step-by-step online course to on mastering LinkedIn – from making your profile standout to recruiters to engaging alumni and connections around Texas, U.S., and the world for tips and advice to make great career decisions.

Think of it as the manual you wish came with LinkedIn – all visually demonstrated. University Career Engagement program at UT Austin has pre-paid the $99 per user fee so that all Moody students have free and exclusive access to this resource. Check it out.

To the link!

Go to our course site
Click the Enroll button
Create your account
That’s it! You now have access to the world’s only guide to LinkedIn created by former LinkedIn employees.

The Moody College Career Services Office Team

The Dallas Morning News Seeks Moody Talent

Hi Moody Students,

Texas’ leading newspaper, The Dallas Morning News, seeks Moody talent for spring and summer internships in digital design, entertainment, data analytics. local news, business insight, opinion, features, editorial, audience management, sports coverage, photography, and copy editing. Similar interns are sought for political reporting at their Washington, D.C., bureau and their Spanish-language publication, Al Día.

Internship pay is $15/hour for a 40 hour week during a 10-12 week span. Your efforts will go to publication in print and online under your own name. You will be held to the same journalistic standards, quality guidelines and ethics as full-timers.

Deadline for application is November 1. However, a Dallas Morning News rep will be at Moody on Tuesday, September 24 to interview students who know they want to intern with them this spring or summer. Students will have to have published content to be considered for these early round interviews. Interested in an early round interview? Apply using below links and alert Kathleen McElroy by Sunday 9/22 at midnight that you’ve done so.

To the links!

Intern Reporting Sports

Fall Intern Reporting Sports

Intern – Al Dia

Intern Reporting Features

Entertainment Intern

Intern Reporting Business News

Intern Reporter Washington DC

Opinion Intern

Intern – Breaking News

Audience Engagement Intern

Photo Intern

Intern Digital Design and Data

Intern Copy Editing

Intern Reporting Sports

All current openings:

Video: Behind the pages of The Dallas Morning News

Background on the new Dallas Morning News digital editions


The Moody College Career Service Team

Summer 2020 UTLA Application/Info. Session Details

Summer 2020 Timeline

Summer 2020 Application Dates/Deadlines

Monday, December 2 – UTLA Application Deadline

UTLA Information Sessions (during Fall 2019):

Thursday, October 3 – UTLA Info. Session, 6:30PM, BMC 1.202

Tuesday, November 12 – Summer 2020 UTLA Info. Session, 5:00PM, BMC 5.102

Wednesday, November 20 – Summer 2020 UTLA Info. Session, 5:00PM, BMC 5.102