Career Opportunities & Awards

In addition to one-on-one advising by Honors College faculty and staff, the Honors College and the Baylor Career Center have a close partnership and work to create exceptional opportunities for our Honors College students. Regardless of major, program, or vocational/professional aspirations, the Honors College encourages all students, Freshmen through Seniors, to engage with the Baylor Career Center.

The mission of Baylor Career Center is to empower students for their professional pursuits. This includes bringing clarity and helping define career goals; connecting to mentors and alumni in desired career fields; reviewing application materials, internships, research opportunities, graduate school, and full-time positions; setting goals and timelines for applying to graduate and professional school and building an intentional job search strategy. 

CLICK HERE for more information about Baylor's Career Center services or stop by Sid Richardson Building, Room 132. All students should also log into Handshake for career resources intended specifically for Honors College students. Students may make appointments with the Baylor Career Center via Handshake as well.

4 Year Plan for Career Success

Wondering what's next for you and where to start? Whether you're interested in research, internships, graduate school, or are ready to start a professional career, track your progress on the 4 Year Plan for Career Success, created for Honors College students in partnership with the Baylor Career Center.

Career Opportunities for Honors College Students:

Honors College Alumni Success Data

Honors College students are very successful! To see where they've landed after graduation, click here.


To view campus recruiter events, job openings, future opportunities, where students with certain majors have gone and more, visit Handshake.

Career Center Classes

The Honors College highly recommends Professional Development classes (i.e. PRD 2101) for all students. Contact the Baylor University Career Center for more details.  

O*NET OnLine 

To explore career opportunities for students of all majors and see what Honors College Baylor alumni have done before, visit O*NET OnLine.

Great Hearts Academies

Great Hearts Academies is a non-profit network of thirty charter schools in Arizona and Texas, offering a core, classical liberal arts curriculum. We gladly prepare our graduates for success in the best colleges and universities in the nation, but our main purpose is the formation of the soul, heart, and mind. We believe that the highest goal of education is to become good, intellectually and morally. For more information, click HERE or contact Bobby Goodrich at

Valor Public Schools

Valor Public Schools operates K–12 Classical public charter schools in Austin, Texas. Valor’s mission is to educate the whole person for authentic freedom and fully human life. Our educational vision is grounded in the classical tradition, which identifies wisdom and virtue as the ultimate goals of education. We believe that every student has a desire for knowledge and a capacity for excellence. In all facets of school life, we inspire students to seek what is true, good, and beautiful, cultivating their natural sense of wonder. For more information, click HERE or contact Conor Hill at

Southern Teachers Agency

Southern Teachers is the oldest teacher recruitment company in America. We work with over 600 schools around the South, helping them to find talented teachers and administrators. Our services for candidates are free. While formal teacher training in a college education department is helpful, private schools have significant latitude with certification and can typically hire candidates to teach in their major field of study. That is to say, you don’t necessarily need an education degree or teacher certification to get a job. Want a good job? A great life? Be a Teacher! Apply now HERE or contact Joseph Bromfield

ACE Teaching Fellows

ACE Teaching Fellows forms talented, faith-filled college graduates to renew and transform Catholic school classrooms. ACE teachers form a select cohort of the nation’s top emerging Catholic school teachers and leaders, and through ACE’s innovative instructional model, they develop the skills and knowledge necessary to serve some of the most under-resourced schools in the United States.

The three pillars of ACE—teacher formation, community, and spiritual growth—inform, inspire, and mobilize ACE teachers throughout their time in the program and beyond. For more information, click HERE or contact Kevin Fitzsimmons at

Brazos Fellows

Brazos Fellows seeks to prepare women and men for lives of mature Christian discipleship. Through a variety of educational experiences – a course of study, guided learning, guest lectures, and retreats – fellows gain a theological framework for their future work, study, and ministry. Fellows commit to a Rule of Life and participate individually and communally in ancient Christian practices. Together these disciplines aim at personal and communal growth in Christ-likeness. Through prayer, mentoring, and professional coaching, fellows will grow in awareness of their strengths and unique design in order to discern God’s various calls on their lives. In addition to joining the life of Christ Church, fellows eat, pray, and discuss together as a cohort, all the while seeking the flourishing of transformative friendships and genuine community. For more information, click HERE or contact Paul Gutacker at

Prestigious Post-Baccalaureate Awards

Many Honors College students have received prestigious awards including Fullbright, Goldwater, Marshall, and more. Click here to learn more!