Serve Your Community Through a UTeach Internship

UTeach offers a unique internship program for its students. UTeach students are paid a generous stipend to work up to 20 hours a week with 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 families and children,
  • providing guided tours at local museums, or
  • assisting with after-school programs devoted to helping children succeed.
  • internships have proven mutually beneficial to UTeach students and Austin community organizations.

Students must be enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours to hold an internship.

* Students are required to follow the health guidelines and policies of their internship host site *

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