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Serve Your Community through a UTeach Internship

UTeach is the secondary STEM teacher preparation program at UT Austin. We offer a unique internship program for our college students. Through the UTeach Internship Program, UTeach students are paid a generous stipend to work up to 20 hours a week with STEM-focused nonprofit organizations in the Austin area that provide educational services to the community. UTeach students may choose from a variety of positions, such as

  • assisting with the development of educational materials,
  • working directly with students and families,
  • supporting educational programming such as STEM outreach events and tours, or
  • engaging with initatives that help middle school and high school students succeed in STEM.

Internships have proven mutually beneficial to UTeach students and Austin community organizations. Placements are filled on a first come/first served basis so get in your request early. Standard internship policies and procedure apply. 

FALL 2020 NOTE: All UTeach Internships will be conducted in a remote format. Internship listings will be updated in mid August and the Internship Choice Form will open Monday 8/24/20. *Requests for in person internships will be considered on a case by case basis.  For questions, please email Shelly Rodriguez (

*UTeach Internships are made possible through the generous support from:

  • The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
  • Pam and Michael Reese
  • Gail and Jeff Kododsky 
  • The Long Foundation
  • Applied Materials Foundation
  • Generous donors to the UTeach Endowment

Internship Choice Fair 


Friday - 9/4 from 12-4 PM



All UTeach students enrolled full time are eligible for an internship.

The UTeach Internship Request System for Fall 2020 is will now closed

Funding is limited and positions will be offered at a first come, first served basis. All UTeach students requesting an internship must apply using this form each semester. The internship choice form will be open until funding for internships is exhausted.

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