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Career Resources at the LBJ School of Public Affairs
Prepare for an impactful career.
The Office of Career Management at the LBJ School of Public Affairs is a centralized office charged with assisting students and alumni with meeting their career goals while making connections between their academic studies and life beyond the university.
Monday–Friday, 7 a.m.–6 p.m.
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We work closely with students to clarify their career goals by providing the following services:
- Career path evaluation
- Résumés and cover letter development
- Job search strategies and resources
- Job board navigation
- Interview preparation
- Employer and alumni connections
Required Summer Internship
The LBJ School requires students to complete a 400-hour public policy internship before they graduate. This summer internship allows students to apply their knowledge to policy issues in the public, private or nonprofit sectors while developing their skills in their policy area of interest. LBJ School students pursuing summer internships are eligible to apply for financial support through the internship fellowship program.
Asking for more money is often awkward and uncomfortable. This workshop explains when you should negotiate salary, how to determine your value, and how to actually negotiate.