The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture's Career Services office provides job search advice, resources, and opportunities to students and recent alumni, while also serving as a valuable conduit to professionals worldwide. Career Services staff provide guidance through one-on-one meetings and group workshops and seek to connect students to the professional community through networking events, professional panels, employer presentations, career fairs, and more.
CAREER ADVICE & COUNSELING
RESUME, COVER LETTER & PORTFOLIO REVIEWS
To schedule a resume, cover letter, and/or portfolio review, please select the appropriate major below. Please schedule appointments ONE day in advance to allow Career Service staff to confirm the meeting details. For alumni seeking advising appointments, Career Services is only able to provide advising within five years following graduation.
Every spring, Career Services hosts an annual Career Fair, which provides the opportunity for students and employers to connect. The fair typically brings in more than 100 firms and organizations from across the United States.
Participating disciplines include Architecture, Community & Regional Planning, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Architectural History, Historic Preservation, Sustainable Design, and Urban Design. Employers who are interested in attending the fair are required to be seeking full-time or internship positions available to students. Third-party recruiting and staffing firms are not eligible to participate.
Career Services maintains its own job board, which is regularly updated as the office is contacted by employers with new job or internship opportunities. This resource is only available to current School of Architecture students and alumni.
NOTICE: UTSOA Career Services provides a free-of-charge job posting service and makes no recommendations regarding potential employers or student employees. All negotiations are handled directly between the student and employer. Employers and students are urged to perform due diligence when offering, applying for, or accepting private off-campus employment.
Below is a slate of tips and resources developed by Career Services for School of Architecture students to support their employment search.
PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION, CERTIFICATION, & ASSOCIATIONS
The Texas Board of Architectural Examiners (TBAE) administers the licensure process for Architects, Landscape Architects, and Interior Designers who seek registration in the state of Texas.
JOB SITES FOR UT STUDENTS AND ALUMNI
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