The Agricultural and Natural Resources Policy (ANRP) Internship Program takes great pride in the accomplishments of its alumni, who are now making a positive impact across the globe. Many former participants have used their internship experience as a platform to launch careers in a variety of fields and have become known for their professional success.
The ANRP Internship Program often serves as a pivotal step in the future of many College of Agriculture and Life Sciences students. Program alumni are currently working or have previously worked in key leadership positions in both Washington, D.C., and throughout Texas. They can be found in places ranging from Capitol Hill, to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, to the state capital, to the farms and ranches of our great state, to a variety of commodity and trade organizations. Others have pursued careers in the private sector, started their own business, or served in the Peace Corps and the military.
Whether our accomplished and successful professionals become policy makers, lawyers, agricultural producers, doctors, economic analysts, extension agents, or teachers, all of our alumni showcase the quality of leaders produced by the ANRP Internship Program.
Also, the program has begun sending out – at minimum – annual alumni newsletters. Make sure you receive these communications by ensuring your alumni information with The Association of Former Students database is up-to-date.