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E4 Youth is recruiting Creative Mentors to run its growing numbers of enrichment clubs throughout Greater Austin. Creative Mentors are matched with Austin area teachers to provide support for local creative youth who are traditionally underserved. They extend learning beyond the classroom by coaching students through E4 Youth’s Employability Curriculum and content creation activities.
Based on a teacher’s needs, Creative Mentors provide a range of support including but not limited to immersive media production (3D content like VR/AR), audio/video production, visual design, journalism, photography, coding, web/application development, music composition and/or production, media production, writing, public speaking, and event planning.
The Archer Fellowship Program provides selected students from across the University of Texas System campuses the opportunity to live, learn and intern in Washington, D.C. We are looking for students with a passion for public policy and/or public service, but you don’t have to be a government or political communication major to apply! Are you a pre-med student interested in health policy? A business student interested in trade regulation? A liberal arts or social work student interested in criminal justice reform? Are you interested in how policy will impact your future profession?
If the answer is yes, the Archer Fellowship Program may be for you! Come learn about this unparalleled educational and professional opportunity by attending an information session. We welcome applications from students representing all majors and disciplines on campus. In fact, each year we select Archer Fellows from across campus who then pursue their professional and academic interests in Washington, D.C.
Applications for the 2018-2019 academic year will be due on Friday, February 15th, 2019.
If you need accommodations for an information session, or if you have any questions or concerns, please email the UT Austin Archer Fellowship Coordinator.