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UT interns come home to work

Four local University of Texas college students received the opportunity to experience the working world firsthand this summer as they participated in the Home to Texas program.
UT interns come home to work
University of Texas student Paulina Pearson is all smiles as she talks about her experiences as a summer intern at Bandera Electric Cooperative during a Home to Texas program reception Thursday night. Star photos by Keith E. Domke

Four local University of Texas college students received the opportunity to experience the working world firsthand this summer as they participated in the Home to Texas program.

The program is funded through UT’s IC2 Institute, which assists communities with economic development initiatives. It’s an initiative that returns undergraduates to their hometowns with summer internships and experiences aimed to help them understand the underlying values of their home communities.

For the third consecutive year, Kendall County’s was selected to be a part of the program. The students receive college credit and a stipend for participating.

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