Instructions for Posting
Please fill out all of the required fields (*) . If you want to schedule the posting for a certain date (e.g. at a desired time after submission), you may enter a future date in the "Post Date" field.
You may cut and paste into the fields, but please pay extra attention to formatting by using the preview button at the bottom of the form.
NEW! You can now promote your internship listings via your social networking accounts! Wait for your page to be approved and published, then share your listing using Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Linked In, and more.
Who can post
Any government office or political organization/campaign seeking interns may post openings, though we request that all positions be directly linked to governmental service or political work. This request is particularly applicable to law firms seeking interns. Please post only positions that have an explicit government or political component (e.g. government affairs). The Government Department Internship Program reserves the right to decide which internship opportunities will be posted. Any opportunities deemed inappropriate will not be approved or posted.
For postings in non-governmental or political areas, try "Hire Texas."
The director of the Government Department Internship Program or his designee will remove any posting deemed inappropriate for students or not consistent with the purpose of the site. All postings must be consistent with UT Austin Policies. This site is provided as a service to students and potential hosts.
If you have questions about definitions, particularly what constitutes an internship, you can download this pdf from the Department of Labor for more information.
Internship providers should also review the University of Texas's EEO policies.
For technical issues, contact Ran An.
For questions about using the Internship Connection Center, contact Jeffrey Marsh in the Government Undergraduate Advising Center.