Purpose: The CMHC Student Advisory Committee provides a forum for direct input from UT student stakeholders in order to: 1) help CMHC better meet the mental health needs of UT students 2) foster leadership skills in UT students with interests in mental health and 3) encourage student advocacy for campus mental health issues.
For more information , and an application, visit: http://www.cmhc.utexas.edu/event_sac.html
April 15, 2014
What: Guided Q&A + open forum to discuss key transfer student issues such as: orientation, advising, academics, social programming, etc. Most relevant to transfer students, but all students welcome. Refreshments will be provided!
When: Wednesday, April 16 from 5-7 pm
Where: FAC 328
Why: We want your input in order to create solutions for issues affecting the transfer student experience.
Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1397956243814676/?ref_newsfeed_story_type=regular
April 14, 2014
The UT Austin Undergraduate Sustainability Roundtable will serve as a forum for an ongoing discussion between undergraduate students and university administrators regarding sustainability priorities at UT Austin. The body will act as a communication bridge between the student body and administrators, as well as between student members and the broader campus community. As a result, undergraduates seated on the board will receive valuable insight into the workings of a large institution and the value of policymaking, and connections between the campus community and administration will be strengthened.
The diverse student members of the roundtable, drawn from UT’s undergraduate colleges as well as from sustainability-oriented student organizations, will meet twice each semester to discuss relevant policy topics, as well as host three roundtable events each academic year, consisting of two joint environmental-outreach events, and one town hall meeting. Members of the board will come together to share resources, support each other’s missions, and to act as a resource for all campus community members regarding the university’s sustainability policies, goals, and actions.
The roundtable will be supported by the UT-Austin Office of Sustainability.
Please contact Kerry Pasquale (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested.
April 11, 2014
Panelists will discuss their careers in event planning, digital media, graphic design, and non-profits.
Students can RSVP here: https://utdirect.utexas.edu/apps/ugs/my/events/164/
April 11, 2014
2014 Spring Career and Internship Fair – Take advantage of this opportunity to launch your career or find an internship! Come professionally dressed and bring several copies of your resume.
Date: Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Time: 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Location: The Texas Union - Ballroom
Attire: Professional Attire Required (no jeans, shorts, running shoes/sneakers, or flip flops; visit our Dress for Success page to learn more about professional attire.)
Co-Hosted By: Liberal Arts Council
Research: Explore the list of attending employers, and the positions they are offering.
Spring All Majors Welcome! Bring your UT ID for express check-in.
Prep Assistance for Liberal Arts Majors:
April 8, 2014
April 7, 2014
Who: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in partnership with The University of Texas at Austin – Liberal Arts Career Services, to discuss federal-wide internship, fellowship, public health training, and career opportunities nationwide and in Texas
What: Find & Apply Workshop (view agenda) with CDC Staff
When: Tuesday, April 8, 2014, 6-8 P.M.
Where: Flawn Academic Center (FAC), Room 21
Registration: This event is free and open to all majors. Students are strongly encouraged to attend with laptops. Click here to pre-register.
Each CDC Find & Apply Workshop will:
1. Provide a space for students and other talented individuals to meaning-fully engage and interact with human resources experts and recruiters at the federal level to learn more about finding and applying to jobs with the federal government, writing an effective résumé, and navigating the online job portal USAJOBS;
2. Highlight a variety of special hiring authorities, including Schedule A (disability), Student Pathways and Veterans programs, and explain the qualifications that must be met for each; and
3. Showcase federal and CDC-specific internship and fellowship programs and job vacancies nation-wide and overseas.
UT Austin Liberal Arts Career Services | (512) 471-7900| email@example.com
April 2, 2014
April 1, 2014
The Office of Student Success in the College of Liberal arts is excited to announce a new student support program! Liberal Arts students formerly served by the Texas Interdisciplinary Plan will be part of a new program (Foundation Scholars) beginning with the incoming class of 2018. To that end, our office is currently seeking strong CoLA students to serve as peer mentors for the inaugural cohort. On behalf of our staff, I extend to all of you a warm welcome and personal invitation to be a part of the first ever cohort of peer mentors who will support students in the new Foundation Scholars Program. I have attached a detailed job description for your review, as well as a Qualtrics link to apply for the position: http://survey.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_3PExX8MVtNcTQvH
If you are interested please submit your application by: April 3rd. Position description after the jump…
March 27, 2014
Panelists will discuss their careers in mental health counseling, social work, non-profits, and research.
Students can RSVP here: https://utdirect.utexas.edu/apps/ugs/my/events/165/
March 27, 2014