Information for Recruiters
Employers! Get easy access to our profession-trained College of Education students.
Employers have an opportunity to present information to students about their companies prior to on-campus interviews or events. Email us to learn more.
Organizations seeking to interview College of Education students should email us. Meet with hundreds of students during our upcoming career events, including our KHE/YCS Internship and Career Fair and Teacher Career Fair.
Positions for College of Education students must adhere to The University of Texas at Austin’s Recruiting Policies.
Held each semester, the KHE/YCS Internship and Career Fair and Teacher Career Fair are excellent opportunities to promote open positions at your organization and increase brand visibility with UT Austin students and recent alumni. Join us!
HireUTexas, powered by Handshake, is the university’s all-inclusive job board offering career-orientated opportunities and internships, as well as campus employment, work-study, and part-time jobs.
If you are interested in mentoring a College of Education student, visit HookedIn. HookedIn is a professional networking site for The University of Texas students and alumni. Join the College of Education group for targeted information.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Interested in furthering your diversity recruitment initiative? Here are some helpful tips:
- Send diverse employees to recruit for upcoming in-person or virtual events.
- Highlight in your presentation how your organization values diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).
- Are diversity and inclusion important to your organizational mission?
- Does the company/district have any programs in place to support DEI? If not, are they planning to in the future?
- Volunteer to participate in speaker presentations with diverse student organizations.
Tutoring, Homeschool, Childcare, Etc.
The University does not post information for individuals looking for tutoring, childcare, lawn care, etc. on our electronic resources. However, you might consider posting an advertisement in The Daily Texan or visiting one of the following websites: