Undergraduate Fellows Program
The Clements Undergraduate Fellows Program is committed to teaching, mentorship, professional development, and research with UT-Austin’s youngest aspiring statesmen and scholars.
Fellows will convene monthly throughout the academic year to participate in discussion groups, meet privately with high-profile guest speakers, be mentored by the Clements Center’s affiliated scholars, and exchange ideas on their course projects. Each year also include at least one field tour of a nearby historic site related to diplomatic and military history.
Preference will be given to undergraduates whose coursework and/or extracurricular activities bear directly on American foreign policy, military and diplomatic history, and international security. Application details and instructions can be found here.
Student Professional Development Fund
The Clements Center awards funds to undergraduate and graduate students who secure unpaid summer internships in the fields of national security and foreign policy. Awards will be granted to those students whose summer work best reflects the mission and goals of the Clements Center.
Past recipients have interned with the US Department of State, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the McCain Institute for International Leadership, the Project on Middle East Democracy, and the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs.
Application details and instructions can be found here.
Search for internships in foreign policy, international economics, international development, human rights, and intelligence/security on our Internship Database.