The Archer Program offers a final information session and help reviewing applications for students applying to be Archer Fellows this Thursday, January 26 in SZB 323. The Archer Program provides the opportunity to work in our nation’s capital while making progress toward a UT degree. It welcomes applications from students representing all majors and disciplines on campus.
Applications for students hoping to become an Archer Fellow in fall 2012 or spring 2013 are due by February 17 at 5 p.m. Weekly application tips are posted on the Archer Program at UT Austin Facebook page.
Home to many government, media, and cultural institutions, Washington, D.C., offers unparalleled opportunities for career development and cultural enrichment. The Archer Program’s unique combination of academic and experiential learning allows students to combine their intellectual and professional interests in a challenging academic environment.
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