Communication Sciences & Disorders Graduate School Panel
Each Spring, Communication Career Services hosts a Graduate School Panel for Communication Sciences & Disorders majors interested in learning more about graduate school applications, personal statement writing, and requesting recommendation letters from faculty.
Denius Music Industry Internship Program
Are you interested in A&R, Music Journalism, Publicity/Promotions, Advertising, Public Relations, Music Television, Music Video Production, Marketing, Publishing, Music Supervision, Interactive/New Media or Talent/Artist Management? You could get up to $6000 to do an internship with employers like RollingStone.com, Billboard magazine, MTV, Atlantic Records or Sony Music Entertainment.
As part of the NYC Seminar, attendees will be able to participate in up to eight office visits, a welcome dinner with the New York Texas Exes, and a networking reception with office visit hosts and New York Texas Exes. Attendees will also have time for individual meetings and interviews at the conclusion of the NYC Seminar. Industries featured include: Advertising, Arts Administration: Performing Arts, Arts Administration: Visual Arts, Journalism, Media Careers, Public Relations, and Textiles and Apparel.
UTLA - Semester in Los Angeles Program
The University of Texas at Austin Semester in Los Angeles Program offers a unique opportunity for students who are serious about exploring academic and professional interests related to the entertainment industry. The Semester in Los Angeles Program is available each semester throughout the year: fall, spring or summer, and classes are held at the UTLA Center, located in Burbank, just minutes away from some of the major Hollywood studios. Courses focus on the business and creative sides of the entertainment industry and are taught by seasoned professionals (many of them UT alumni), with extensive careers in film, television, music, and new media.
Welcome to the Beltway Seminar
In this 5-day crash course in D.C., participants meet and mingle with professionals in D.C. to learn about careers in Washington, D.C. Over the visit, the students meet with White House and Federal Agency staff, Congressional staff, senior policy analysts, seasoned political journalists for newspapers and magazines, campaign strategists and many others.
UT Archer Center: Semester in Washington D.C. Program
The Archer Fellowship Program provides the opportunity to work in our nation’s capital while making progress toward a UT degree. Home to many government, media, and cultural institutions, Washington, D.C., offers unparalleled opportunities for career development and cultural enrichment. Moreover, the program’s unique combination of academic and experiential learning allows students to combine their intellectual and professional interests in a challenging academic environment.