Mark your calendar: April 17th 2pm SZB 450 Apply by: March 30th

DMI Internship Event

The best students for the best internships.

The DMI Internship Speed Interviewing Event gives high quality internship providers the opportunity to conduct a series of short interviews with hand-picked students. Students participating in the event are either nominated by their professors, or are selected from a pool of applicants by DMI staff members.

Internship providers are vetted by DMI staff and extended special invitations to participate in the event. Participants can expect the opportunity to participate in approximately 10, 10-minute interviews, and appropriate candidates will be matched with appropriate internship opportunities.

If you are a student that is interested in participating, see the application instructions below.
If you represent an outside company or a department at UT Austin that would like to participate in the event, please e-mail us at:


Some of the Participating Organizations

How to apply

Application deadline: March 30th

Prepare a resume, including relevant coursework and work experience.
2Cover Letter
Write a cover letter that explains your skillset and the type of internship opportunity that you're looking for.
If you do not have one already, prepare an online portfolio. You can create a free online portfolio on, or on any of the sites listed here. Developers may also use repositories like Github in the place of an online portfolio or as a supplement to one. All applications must have an online portfolio to be considered.
Send an e-mail to with your resume and cover letter attached. The e-mail should contain a link to your online portfolio.

Do not wait until the last minute, early applications will receive stronger consideration than those submitted at the deadline. After the application deadline, DMI staff will review your application and will let you know if you've been selected to participate in the event by Friday, April 4th.

Please e-mail us at if you have any questions at all.

Note: This event is taking the place of the DMI Summer Bootcamp, so there will be no DMI Summer Bootcamp this year.
A student internship program designed to help make the University of Texas a world leader in Instructional Technology.

About DMI

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