UT Permian Basin Student Kaycie Reynolds completes Archer Fellowship Program
During the Fall 2019 semester, UT Permian Basin student Kaycie Reynolds participated in the UT System’s Archer Fellowship Program in Washington, D.C. Describing the experience, Kaycie writes:
“Becoming an Archer Fellow is one of the best decisions I’ve ever made at my time at UTPB for professional development and personal memories. During my time at our Nation’s Capitol, I explored the city, got a first hand glimpse into various government sectors, and made lifelong friendships with my peers. If you are interested in learning and being involved with our federal institutions, or site seeing in a new city, I recommend applying to the Bill Archer Fellowship Program and gaining a once in a lifetime opportunity.”
Congratulations Kaycie on your successful completion of the Archer Fellowship! Thank you for representing UT Permian Basin in Washington, D.C.
To learn more about the Archer Fellowship Program, please visit the Archer Center’s website.