There’s a lot to consider when planning for law school. This presentation will cover topics including how to prepare, how to apply and whether or not to go. You’ll also hear a former lawyer’s perspective on the law school experience.
University of Texas faculty and staff are invited to participate in the second annual GSA 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, April 1, 2012. Proceeds from the 5K will benefit graduate student professional development funds for education, travel and research. Timing is included.
Registration includes bib, timing chip, t-shirt, and race goodies.
*$25 for UT students, faculty, staff and family members *$30 for community members *Free for children 12 and under *Late registration after March 25: $30/$35 REGISTER AT: http://www.utgsa5k.com.
“The Cooling Station”
Join us after the race for live music, food and door prizes at the “GSA 5K Cooling Station,” located at the Gregory Gym Plaza. Prizes will be awarded to first male, first female and most creative team!
Date: Saturday, March 31, 2012
Time: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Location: Gregory Gym Plaza
The GSA 5K Run/Walk is hosted by the Graduate Student Assembly. For questions or if you need special assistance, contact GSA 5K Chair Lauren Ames, email@example.com.
The UT Austin Coalition for Careers in Public Service is hosting its Nonprofit & Government Career Fair on Wednesday, April 4. A variety of employers will be offering full-time and internship opportunities, including LIVESTRONG, Austin Bar Association, City of Austin, Equality Texas, Mercy Ships, The Settlement Home and Teach & Learn with Georgia. Click here for the full list of attending employers and the opportunities for which they are recruiting.
What: Nonprofit & Government Career Fair Date: Wednesday, April 4, 2012 Time: 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Location: Etter-Harbin Alumni Center
Date: Thursday, April 12, 2012 Time: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM Location: DKR Memorial Stadium, North End Zone – The Club (8th floor in the Red McCombs Red Zone) Co-Hosted by: Liberal Arts Career Services & Liberal Arts Council Attire: Business Professional to Business Casual
Employers: Meet recruiters from a variety of companies and organizations, including LivingSocial, Texas Monthly, U.S. State Department, Texas Film Commission, J.P. Morgan Chase, Liberty Mutual, Peace Corps, and more! Search the full list of Attending Employers.
Take advantage of this opportunity to launch your career or find an internship. Come professionally dressed and bring several copies of your resume. Read more about the career fair, which organizations are scheduled to attend, and how you can plan your visit to the fair at our Career Fair page.
The deadline for MPA graduates to obtain their masters regalia is May 4. You can purchase the regalia at the Graduation Department in the basement of the main UT Coop store on the Drag. The cost for the Masters Reglia set is $64.99 plus tax. If you are an integrated MPA student you can also wear this regalia to the BBA ceremony.
If you are a 4th year MPA student who is graduating this spring or summer with only a BBA degree, you can purchase the undergraduate regalia at the Co-op as well. The cost is $55.99 plus tax. The last day to purchase it is May 11.
As part of the celebration honoring a century of accounting excellence, The Department of Accounting has created a webpage where accounting students, past and present, can share their memories of their time in the program. Please share your story, and read others’. http://utexasaccounting100.org/share-your-memories/.
Paul Foster was appointed to a six-year term on The University of Texas System Board of Regents by Governor Rick Perry in November 2007. On April 13, 2009, he was elected Vice Chairman of the Board. He was reelected as Vice Chairman on March 3, 2010, and on February 8, 2011.
Vice Chairman Foster chairs the Finance and Planning Committee and serves as Vice Chairman of the Audit, Compliance, and Management Review Committee. He is a member of the Academic Affairs Committee as well as the Health Affairs Committee. In addition, Vice Chairman Foster serves as Chairman of The University of Texas Investment Management Company (UTIMCO) Board of Directors.
Mr. Foster is Executive Chairman of Western Refining, Inc. He graduated with a degree in accounting from Baylor University and received certification by the Arizona State Board of Accountancy. He serves on many boards, including the El Paso Chamber of Commerce, the Texas Economic Development Corporation, the Hankamer School of Business at Baylor Advisory Board, and the Executive Committee of the Paso del Norte organization. Mr. Foster also serves as chairman of the El Paso Regional Economic Development Corporation. He is a former member of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
Get on the career fast track with Nike’s U.S. Internship Program.
Our Corporate Audit Intern will partner with management to build and maintain a well-controlled and efficient business system at Nike. This position will assist lead auditors in planning and reporting activities for audits and perform research on audit areas in order to assess business risk by analyzing the control environment and to develop audit programs for domestic and international audits. This Intern will also execute audit programs, prepare work papers, identify and report issues and work with management to develop practical, business-oriented solutions. In addition, this Intern will be responsible for documenting audits in accordance with department standards, including planning, fieldwork, reporting, and expenses.
The Nike Internship program runs for twelve weeks so that you can show us what you’ve got at our World Headquarters. Create, innovate, explore, and learn from the best in the business. Be prepared for the experience of a lifetime and discover Nike from the inside.
To make the deal even sweeter, this is a paid internship with access to all of the other employee perks. While working at the World Headquarters, you will have access to our world-class athletic facilities, an employee discount at our employee stores, and numerous other benefits. We want to make sure that your hard work is balanced out by your enjoyment of working for us.
Apply on OCR by April 27, 2012. Internship location is Beaverton, OR.
Cappello Capital Corp. is an investment bank focused on providing M&A advisory services and private placements of equity and debt to public and private companies located in the U.S. and internationally. We do not provide trading, brokerage or research services, as we are solely focused on executing fundamental, negotiated transactions that generally involve a single buyer/investor or a very small group of buyers/investors. Our firm is based in Santa Monica, CA and maintains an office in Austin, TX. The majority of our business is referral-based, so most of our time is spent evaluating opportunities and executing, rather than pitching. We are also active internationally, which is unique among middle market investment banking firms and this provides the opportunity for our junior professionals to gain valuable cross-border experience. The unpaid internship positions will be in our Austin office. More information can be found on our website at www.cappellocorp.com.
performing financial valuation analyses, building and using financial models, preparing presentation materials for pitches, conducting industry and product research, marketing and business development activities. Please note that this is a full-time position.
The ideal candidate will have a strong interest in investment banking, and will be studying finance or accounting. If you meet the above criteria, please e-mail a resume with cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include “Intern – Texas” in the Subject line of the e-mail. If your experience varies significantly from the requirements described above, please do not submit an application. Apply only by email; no phone calls, please.