The Latina/o/x studies minor helps to prepare undergraduates for careers in medicine, public health, social work, business, education, and the arts, and to respond to the changing demographics of the United States.

Campus Resources for Finding Post-graduation Opportunities

Explore the Pomerantz Career Center's Career Communities and Career Guide
Refer to DACA & Undocumented Student Resources
Apply to the Fulbright U.S. Student Program
Find Gap Year Opportunities
Plan for Graduate or Professional School
Contact the UI Director of Scholar Development about National Fellowships

External Post-graduation Opportunities

Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program
Chicago Sinfonietta Fellowship
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute 
Coro Fellows Program
Emma Bowen Foundation Fellowship
Humanity in Action Fellowship
Mellon Curatorial Fellowship Program
Young Invincibles

Career Resources for UI Undergraduate Students

The Pomerantz Career Center provides high-quality resources and services to students, alumni, and employers. The site has information designed to help you move through the various stages of the job search process, including the Handshake@UIowa website as well as information on upcoming employer visits, internships, and careers after college.

Schedule an Appointment with a Career Advisorhttps://careers.uiowa.edu/coaching
Attend a Job, Internship, or Career Fairhttps://careers.uiowa.edu/career-fairs
Finding and Creating Internshipshttps://careers.uiowa.edu/internships/finding-your-internship
Interview Practicehttps://careers.uiowa.edu/mocks
Job Search and Resume Basicshttps://careers.uiowa.edu/resumes
Post-Graduation Placement Information and Statisticshttps://careers.uiowa.edu/post-grad-data

The Latina/o/x Studies Program is in no way responsible for, nor has control of, the content of any external websites nor do we endorse any commercial products, services or websites. You should always research any opportunity thoroughly.