Students & Alumni  Employers 

The UT Dallas Career Center is moving to Handshake! Employers may now begin using Handshake to post jobs and internships for students. Please note, students will be given access to begin using Handshake on May 7th.

If you are registered or plan to register for the Just In Time Expo, please continue to use CometCareers; any future opportunities, events, etc. taking place after the expo will be posted in Handshake. Beginning May 1st, all jobs/internship announcements must be posted in Handshake. Be aware, jobs posted in CometCareers will not transfer automatically; they will need to be recreated in Handshake.

To create an account in Handshake, click on the “Handshake” link below.


What is CometCareers?

CometCareers is the online recruiting system of the UT Dallas Career Center. Log in to find job postings, internships, on‑campus interview schedules and career events, including seminars and career expos.

Who may have an account?

Currently enrolled students and UT Dallas alumni are eligible to have a CometCareers account. Additionally, employers who recruit qualified job and internship applicants may have accounts.

How do I sign up?

For new and returning student users, please see CometCareers' access instructions.


For alumni who are not yet registered in CometCareers, contact the Career Center to activate your account.

Please create your account and complete the required fields as prompted. Once your profile is submitted, you will be notified by email in 2-3 business days detailing your access permissions.

Disclaimer: It is the responsibility of the job seeker/user to research the integrity of the organization to which they are applying. The job seeker/user is advised to use caution and common sense when applying for any position with an organization or private party. Use of this system shall be entirely at the risk of the users hereof and The University of Texas at Dallas Career Center expressly disclaims any and all liability with respect thereto.

Please be aware of scam employers. For additional information regarding scams, visit the FBI and Federal Trade Commission websites.