University of Texas at Austin                                                             Division of Diversity and Community Engagement

Jobs & Scholarships

The Victory Congressional Internship is accepting applications for Spring 2015.   The Victory Institute will bring outstanding LGBTQ college students to Washington, D.C., for an intensive leadership program, including a Congressional internship with an LGBT-friendly member of Congress.   The program includes a generous stipend, housing in D.C., placement in a congressional internship and travel to/from Washington, D.C., as well as travel and registration to the LGBT Leaders 2015 Conference.   Applications for Spring 2015 are due Monday, October 27 – find out more and apply now at https://victoryinstitute.wufoo.com/forms/spring-2015-victory-congressional-internship/.   The Victory Congressional Internship is open to current undergraduate students of all genders, orientations, abilities, races, and political affiliations, including people with majors other than political science.   Gay & Lesbian Victory Institute Victory Congressional Internship http://www.victoryinstitute.org/vci vci@victoryinstitute.org   Connect with Victory

 


 

Inclusion and Diversity Engineering Scholarships

Apple recently launched four engineering scholarships for women, black/African American, Hispanic and Native American students. Students are eligible to win $10,000 towards their academic studies and they will also be considered for an internship at Apple.

To be eligible, students must be continuing their education through Fall 2015 and attending an accredited US university.  Each scholarship has a unique application. The deadline to apply is November 9 and scholarship winners will be notified by January 31

 


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We’re excited to invite your students, faculty and staff to this year’s Texas Tribune Festival, a weekend of debate, discussion and dialogue featuring some of the biggest names in the world of politics and public policy. Over three days on the University of Texas at Austin campus, more than 200 speakers will dive into the state’s and nation’s most pressing issues: public and higher ed, immigration, health care, transportation, energy, the environment, criminal justice and – new this year – government transparency.

This year’s expanded Student Programoffers exciting meet-and-greets with Festival speakers and top-level sponsors, exclusive student-only events (including a live TribCast recording), countless networking opportunities and, of course, free food! 

Each student or educator who registers for the Festival at the discount rate of $50 will receive a Festival badge granting them full access to the Trib Fest programming, including noteworthy panels on higher and public education, as well as access to the student lounge and social events. If a $50 ticket is out of reach, students can volunteer for a 4-hour shift at the Festival and attend for free!