Because it takes more than just great grades to land your dream job, we’re here to help you build your professional network and land that important internship or student teaching job.
We’re part of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, which has the fourth highest concentration of Fortune 500 companies in the U.S., which makes it easier to score the internship you need for the career you want.
We’re the proud partner of the Dallas Cowboys. For you, that means new academic experiences, including professional exposure, opportunities for engagement and internships.
“My internship challenges me to be an independent thinker and know when to ask for help. I’ve learned to analyze media pitches and press releases and gained valuable feedback from my colleagues.”
Who: Andrea Masamba,
Public Relations senior
Where: Endicott Public Relations
The UNT Career Center can help you pursue the career you want. It offers résumé writing seminars, mock interviews and on-campus career fairs.
An exciting new program, UNT Career Connect, helps connect you with community partners. Connect gives you experiences that enhance communication, critical thinking and teamwork skills – all important qualities that will help you get hired.
And, you’re in the right place to put your education into use. The Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex has the second highest concentration of Fortune 500 companies in the U.S., a major international airport and the nation’s largest urban arts district.
“My internship is providing me a lot of insight into the day-to-day operation of an airline. It takes so much manpower to keep everything moving smoothly and it’s fascinating to watch.”
Who: Jordan Dietz,
Aviation Logistics senior
Where: Southwest Airlines
UNT has a long history of Grammy success, including alumni and faculty members who have been nominated and won in multiple categories.
Maren Morris, Best Country Solo Performance
Snarky Puppy, Best Contemporary Instrumental Album
Patricia Racette (’88) and Scott Sully (’00) performed on Corigliano: The Ghosts of Versailles, which received Grammys for Best Opera Recording and Best Engineered Album, Classical.
Nine-time Grammy Award winner Norah Jones recently came back to Denton to headline the Oaktopia music festival.
With your UNT degree in hand, you’ll be ready to take charge and make a name for yourself like these successful alumni.
Kim Wasson, A production coordinator for Industrial Light and Magic, Kim was part of the visual effects team for Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Nonso Chetuya, As a quality assurance engineer at Lockheed Martin, Nonso works on making high-precision, high-altitude missiles for the military.
Beth Mars, As manager of transportation, technology and network optimization at Frito-Lay, Beth works to improve supply chain efficiency in order to get products where they are needed the most.
Heather Amuny-Dey, creative director for Nike Global Brand
Lettie Haynes, assistant vice president of technology services at Burlington Northern Santa Fe
Thomas Haden Church, Academy Award nominee
Kristin Farmer, founder autism comprehensive educational services, UNT Kristin Farmer Autism Center
Cynthia Izaguirre, co-anchor on WFAA-TV in Dallas
Norah Jones, Grammy Award winner
Chip Somodevilla, White House photographer for Getty Images
Larry Sullivan, director of engineering, Microsoft
Jason West, founder of Call of Duty video game franchise
Latonia Moore, opera soprano
Michael Faircloth, fashion designer
Brian Heldebrandt, director of supply chain operations at Verizon