Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Washington, DC (ANRP) Internship Application Deadline March 7th

The Agriculture & Natural Resources Policy (ANRP) Internship Program offers many benefits in D.C. from free housing, to paid internships, to academic credit, to getting connected with the Aggie network! Most of all, an ANRP internship will allow you to work in a professional environment and will give you a chance to learn the policy process through firsthand experience. Knowing how policy is made and implemented is crucial to agriculture and natural resources as well as many other fields, like business, economics, education, and more! Many employers are now looking for well-rounded individuals with a variety of skills, so let the ANRP Internship Program be the experience that opens doors to your future!
  1. Live in Free Housing
  2. Earn Academic Credit
  3. Get Paid
  4. Expand Your Résumé
  5. Build Your Network
  6. Receive Training and Support
  7. Learn About Policy
 Applicants must meet all of the following criteria to be eligible for a D.C. ANRP internship:
  1. Be a U.S. citizen.
  2. Be in good standing at Texas A&M University.
  3. Be enrolled at Texas A&M University in the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences as an undergraduate, master’s, or Ph.D. student.*
  4. Have a minimum 2.25 overall GPR; 2.5 preferred.
  5. Have valid health insurance during the internship.
  6. Be able to attend all predeparture events in College Station.
To apply, click here. 

*Graduating seniors are allowed to participate in the program during the long semester after they graduate. For example, December graduates can participate the following spring, August graduates can participate the following fall, and May graduates can participate the following summer or fall.  Interested graduating seniors should contact the ANRP staff for more information.  Graduate students cannot intern after they graduate.

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