Interested in learning about public policy firsthand by living, interning, and taking in-residence classes in Washington, D.C., for a fall or spring semester? If the answer is yes, the Archer Fellowship Program may be for you!
Archer Fellows study and intern in Washington, D.C., during a fall or spring semester. Past internship placements include the White House, the Supreme Court, the World Bank, National Public Radio, MSNBC, the Sierra Club, and the Department of Education, among many others. Students find their own internships, with support from Archer Center staff, so that they may pursue the internship experience that best aligns with their goals and interests. BDP students selected as Archer Fellows may be able to propose their D.C. internship as a Connecting Experience.
To apply: Applications for the 2014-2015 academic year are due Monday, February 17, by 5 pm CST. Begin the online application now! Weekly application tips will be posted on Facebook: like UT Austin Archer Fellowship Program to stay informed.
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