Now in its 13th year, the Archer Fellowship Program is established as a leading Washington, D.C., internship program for students in the UT System.
UT students selected for the Archer Fellowship Program earn 15 hours of in-residence UT credit in Washington, D.C., while completing a full-time internship that directly aligns with their personal or professional goals.
Kevin Deluca, an economics and psychology senior from Round Rock, Texas, is a current Archer Fellow. Now in Washington for his final semester, Deluca landed an internship with the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (UN ECLAC). For him, the Archer Fellowship Program offered a break from the monotony of his coursework and provided a new sense of reality.
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