College to Career (C2C) is a learning community, a clearing-house of resources and opportunities, and an ongoing series of creative workshops designed to help you develop and launch plans for your career, projects to engage your community, or non-profit and business ventures. C2C provides a platform and collaborative space for you to brainstorm ideas, and develop and launch projects, all with the support of a peer-to-peer mentoring network.
The goal of C2C is to keep you motivated and making timely progress to graduation by helping you create a clear path towards your future and helping you tangibly see how your education moves you towards that future. A key component is that you start building and refining your plan as soon as possible at UT and that you follow this process throughout your time here. You will be able to build paths that lead to 1) graduate school, 2) a career/employment, or 3) an entrepreneurial venture (for-profit or non-profit).
In short, C2C will help you:
- discover how you are and can be valuable to others, to your community, to the world
- gain the knowledge, build the competencies, gather the courage, and sustain your effort to provide that value and make a difference
- all in a way that is personally meaningful and has integrity for you
Explore Law offers current students at Austin Community College, Huston-Tillotson University, and the University of Texas at Austin an opportunity to dive deep into what it takes to succeed in law school and the legal profession.
C2C Co-op Internship
The University Co-op and the Longhorn Center for Academic Excellence offers this two-and-a-half-year internship program to the University of Texas at Austin students serious about gaining interactive experience and mentorship opportunities aligned with their academic and professional goals.
McNair Scholars Program
The McNair Scholars Program is a federally funded TRiO program. The program goal is to increase the number of students in doctoral degree programs who are low-income, first-generation, or underrepresented in graduate programs.