Daily Archives: April 18, 2023

LAH Student Mentors

LAH’s first year mentorship program matches a LAH upperclassman with incoming freshman. As a LAH Mentor you will be matched with a student(s) that you will conduct check-ins with to share resources, as well as, answer any questions. If you would like to support and be a role model for students entering UT, please complete this information form so we can match you with a mentee who is right for you.

Application link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfqt0zufOuxxcJt3m80ueSUXUTm6S3OmMrXca0jP6y8CuHWZw/viewform

College Student Commission Openings

The College Student Commission is an official commission of the City of Austin. Members work together to find solutions to the issues affecting college students in Austin. Each area college or university has three reserved seats on the commission. UT Austin currently has two vacancies for the 2023-2024 school year.

This is an opportunity to help your campus community by sharing your experiences and observations as a college student and as a resident of Austin. You would have the chance to work with our local government by proposing recommendations for new or enhanced city programs and policies that affect you and other students. Please fill out the interest form by Sunday, April 23 at 11:59 p.m. if you wish to be considered and email Paige Muehlenkamp-McHorse at paige.muehlenkamp@austin.utexas.edu with any questions.

Paid Psychology Research Study

Have you been feeling depressed? Are you interested in participating in a paid research study?

The Mood Disorders Lab at The University of Texas is looking for participants 18-25 years old to participate in a study examining the behavioral patterns and symptoms of depression.

Qualified participants will complete questionnaires and participate in mobile data collection. Compensation will be provided. All participant information is confidential.

To see if you are eligible, visit the following website: tinyurl.com/mobilemoodstudy

Please call or email at 512-232-4750 or mdl@utexas.edu for more information


The Mood Disorders Laboratory Team

Student Positions in the Health Professions Office

The Health Professions Office (HPO) is hiring for student positions!! If you run across any students who may be great for either of these positions, please send them our way! Please contact Brooke Sheetz, Brooke.Sheetz@austin.utexas.edu, if you have questions or need additional information.

Hiring: Health Professions Peer Coach/Mentor

The Health Professions Office is looking for Health Professions (HP) Peer Coaches/Mentors! If you have a passion for helping your fellow HP students, plan to go into health profession, and want to enhance your leadership skills, this may be the job for you! This is a paid position at $10.50/hour, 8-12 hours per week and they are looking for rising juniors with a GPA of 3.6 or higher. Visit Handshake and search for Job #594900 for more information. Applications are rolling so applying soon will give you an advantage!

*This position will start in the Summer

Hiring: HPO Communications Intern

Would you like an on-campus opportunity to enhance your communication, organizational, and social-networking skills? The HPO Communications Intern supports the Health Professions staff to develop and implement promotional campaigns to boost UT student engagement with the Health Professions Office. This is a paid position at $10.50/hour, 5-8 hours per week. If have  experience in social media go to Handshake and search for Job #6914158 and apply!

**This position will have an immediate start date

Philip Wiseman event

Big Law: What You Should Know Before You Go

Friday, April 28, 2-3pm

Liberal Arts Career Services, FAC 2.106

RSVP here

Are you interested in working in Big Law? Would you like to work internationally? Join us for an informal conversation with LAH alum Philip Wiseman.

Philip graduated from UT Austin in 2014 and attended Berkeley Law. After graduation he returned to Texas and worked for several “biglaw” firms in the Houston market before moving to Dallas where he now serves as Vice President of Legal Affairs & Assistant General Counsel for JPMorgan Chase & Co. During his time as an attorney, he’s practiced in both the US and in Europe and has worked on a plethora of international legal matters related to private securities and private investment funds.

Philip is returning to campus to give advice to the next generation of pre-law students. He’ll share his experience and answer your questions about what being a lawyer is really like. Space is limited. Please RSVP to save your spot.

Fellowship & Job

Freshmxn & Sophomores: Are you looking for a fall fellowship?

  • Apply to Teach For America’s Ignite Fellowship  by Wednesday, June 7th. Virtually tutor elementary or middle school students this fall.
  • This is a part-time, paid tutoring opportunity to build meaningful relationships with youth, accelerate student success, and hone your leadership skills.
  • Want to learn more about the fellowship? Attend our virtual  Info-Session in April. Before submitting your application, attend our Application Workshop on 5/2.

 Juniors: Are you looking for a post-grad job?

As a Teach For America early applicant, you’ll gain a full year of exclusive professional development, networking, and paid internship opportunities in preparation for a full-time job starting June 2024. 

  • Want to explore the application? Submit your 2-hour application to the 2024 corps by Wednesday, April 19th.
  • All majors accepted. Full salary and benefits + $5k-$10k stipend + up to $12k Americorps grant