In order for the Agricultural & Natural Resources Policy Internship Program to consider your candidacy, all documents must be received (not simply postmarked) by 5:00pm on the listed application deadline.
Please provide the following based on the location-specific instructions found in the application PDF:
- Completed location-specific ANRP Internship Program application
- Cover letter & professional resume
- Policy/issue essay
- Official college transcript(s)
- Letter(s) of recommendation
When to apply for the program based on the term you would like to intern:
|Location||Summer 2017||Fall 2017||Spring 2018|
|Austin, Texas||Not offered||Not offered||Not offered|
|Rome, Italy||Deadline has passed||Deadline has passed||Application opens
|Washington, D.C.||Deadline has passed||Deadline has passed||Application opens
Things to Consider
- Begin filling out the application early. Take time to paint a complete picture of your experience at Texas A&M University and how the program will prepare you for your professional aspirations before beginning your application.
- Include all work and activities on your resume. Keep an activity log of leadership positions, community service, awards, employment and both college and non-college related activities. Include the time commitment and duration of involvement in each activity. Undergraduates are limited to one page and graduate students to two.
- Prepare essays. All applicants are required to provide a writing sample in the form of an essay that addresses a policy issue of their choosing. Work to include multiple references for a stronger argument. Also, the policy should be something you are passionate about or interested in.
- Applying for multiple locations. Students who are interested in multiple locations may apply to each for consideration. A completed application is required for each location, as well as a location-specific cover letter and essay. Students may turn in one copy of their resume, letters of recommendation, and transcript to be used across multiple applications. Students will also be required to go through the interview process for each location separately.
- Consider your degree plan. While not required, you are highly encouraged to meet with your academic advisor to discuss how participation in ANRP could impact your degree plan. Please consider doing so prior to submitting your application and committing to an interview.
- Submit the application. Submit your application as early as possible to ensure you are able to sign up for the interview time of your choice. Turn in your application to the Policy Internship Programs Office – located within the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences dean’s office suite (AGLS 515). Bring your schedule to sign-up for an interview.
Submit Your Documents
Many of your documents ought to be submitted together when turning in your application; however, your letters of recommendation and transcript(s) may be turned in at different times if mailed separately.
For documents that must be sent via postal mail, please use the address listed below:
Agricultural and Natural Resources Policy (ANRP) Internship Program
600 John Kimbrough Blvd, Suite 515
College Station, TX 77843
*Office is closed on Saturday and Sunday. Please be aware we also close on University Holidays as listed on the Academic Calendar.
We do not have any active applications at this time. Please check back in August 2017 for the spring 2018 applications for our Washington, D.C. & Rome programs.
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The Agricultural and Food Policy Center (AFPC) conducts analyses of the impacts of government policy proposals and/or implementation procedures on farmers, agribusinesses, taxpayers, and consumers. Its primary constituency is the U.S. Congress, particularly the Agriculture Committees. The AFPC also conducts research and/or educational programs for government agencies, farm and agribusiness organizations, and agricultural leadership throughout Texas and the nation. A helpful resource for policy/issue essays. (979) 845-5913 | afpc.tamu.edu