Jobs & Scholarships

Goldman Sachs is hosting for first year undergraduates. Eligible students must be Black, Latino/Hispanic, Native American, or Female. Students from any major are invited to attend. Attendees must apply by April 12, 2015. The camp will be May 18-21, 2015. Goldman Sachs will provide domestic US travel and hotel accommodations. More information can be found here.


Apply now to be part of the 2015-16 cohort for:

Counseling and Mental Health Center Peer Educators

“I have enjoyed getting to know everyone in the class so well and really feel like a team, all working towards a common goal. I look forward to it every week!” (student  from 20014-2015 class)

What do you have to say about . . .


Stress management,



Public Health?

How do you engage your community in dialogue about college mental health?

What does it mean to be an effective bystander or supportive ally?


GET ACADEMIC CREDIT (through Social Work, or Health Education) to become part of the next cohort of Peer Educators for the Counseling and Mental Health Center! Open to undergraduate students only.


This three-semester course trains students to become Peer Educators for the Counseling and Mental Health Center and give presentations across the UT campus to their peers.


Application and interview REQUIRED



If interested, please complete the online application (To find the application, scroll down to Earn Academic Credit (HED 378D/SW 360K Peer Health Leadership – Mental Health Promotion) by Monday, April 6th at 5 PM.  See the attached document for more information about the course.

Please direct all questions to Marian Trattner,

Marian E. Trattner, MSW

Suicide Prevention Coordinator

Be That One. Suicide Prevention Program:

Counseling and Mental Health Center

The University of Texas at Austin




My name is Brian Wasik and I am writing on behalf of Dr. Stephen Forssell. I am reaching out to you with the hopes that you will pass on some information about our LGBT Health Policy & Practice graduate certificate to potentially interested contacts and/or members. We are now accepting applications for the 2015-16 program year. Below is a brief overview of the program for more information.

The certificate is a 12-credit interdisciplinary program that trains current and future medical, nursing and mental health professionals to better care for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. A large number of our certificate students are pursuing graduate degrees in or are working in the fields of medicine, nursing, metal health, public health, social work, and policy.

Applications: Our application portal is open now. March 15 is the deadline to apply to be considered for tuition assistance. Overall deadline is May 31.

Thank you in advance for your consideration. For further questions, please feel free to email me or Dr. Stephen Forssell back at this address.



Applications are now available for The Sean N. Bourgeois Memorial Endowed Scholarship. Established in honor of former Longhorn Hellraiser and engineering student, Sean N. Bourgeois, the Sean N. Bourgeois Memorial Endowed Scholarship recognizes a deserving student at The University of Texas at Austin who exemplifies qualities exuded by Sean: university spirit and campus involvement. This scholarship is open to all UT students. A member of Longhorn Hellraisers will receive first preference, and second preference will be given to a student majoring in engineering.

For more information about the scholarship please visit:



Glenn Maloney Memorial Scholarship

The Office of the Dean of Students invites qualified students to apply for the Glenn Maloney Memorial Scholarship. Eight scholarships of $500.00 will be awarded in memory of Glenn W. Maloney who served as the Associate Dean of Students for seven years.

Students who exemplify Glenn Maloney’s character and positive impact on students at the University of Texas at Austin and meet eligibility requirements are encouraged to apply.

To learn more about the Glenn Maloney Memorial Scholarship and to find out how to apply, please visit


California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) and the Human Sexuality PhD Program are proud to announce that the Arcus Fellowship Program application is open for prospective Fellows. The Arcus Fellowship aims to encourage colleges and universities to improve their campus climates by building the leadership capacity of LGBTQ students.

Each Arcus Fellow, with the support of a home campus mentor (a faculty member, advisor, counselor, or student), will design, implement, and evaluate a project that directly addresses harassment, bullying, discrimination, and social isolation experienced by LGBTQ students – particularly trans students and students of color – on the Arcus Fellow’s home campus.

The Arcus Fellow and home campus mentor will have support from an Arcus Mentor (a PhD student from the CIIS Human Sexuality PhD program) and financial support from the Arcus Foundation. Fellows will also attend the Expanding the Circle, a Summer Institute at CIIS in San Francisco. Expanding the Circle attracts LGBTQ leaders from more than 100 universities and institutes, and creatively explores topics such as student needs, inclusive leadership, and policy and curriculum development.  Arcus Fellows will become part of a growing network of leaders, and will present their project at this conference the following year.

While all LGBTQ-identified students are welcome to apply, priority will be given to students who:
– Are non-cisgendered
– Are from communities of color, and/or
– Attend colleges or universities that have limited LGBTQ resources.

For more information, please visit the Arcus Fellowship homepage or contact Emily McKee, CIIS Human Sexuality Program Coordinator at or 415.575.3422.