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Graduate Archer Fellowship Program


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The Archer Center’s Graduate Archer Fellowship Program was established in 2010 as a way to bring graduate students (masters, Ph.D., M.D., J.D) from University of Texas System universities to our nation’s capital. Archer Fellows have the opportunity to learn about policy making and public service through a full-time professional internship and classroom experiences. With the array of government, media, research and cultural institutions in Washington, D.C., students have unparalleled access to seasoned professionals and subject matter experts. As Archer Fellows, students utilize the skills and knowledge developed at their home campuses to address real domestic and global issues we are facing the nation today.

Check back for Summer 2022 application and deadline.

Live, learn, and intern in Washington, D.C. while earning UTSA credit!

The Graduate Archer Fellowship Program is for UT system graduate students interested in interning in Washington, D.C. while learning about the federal policy making process as it pertains to their own academic and career goals.

Learn more from past Archer Program Fellows.

Please direct any questions to Jana.Schwartz@utsa.edu