Award: The 8VC Fellowship is a unique, immersive three-month internship program that places undergraduate students in contributing roles at some of the world's most innovative startups.

Each 8VC Fellow will spend the summer in San Francisco as an intern at an 8VC portfolio startup company, working closely with world-class founders and engineers on meaningful technical problems. Students will be given the opportunity to take ownership, create value, and learn firsthand what it means to turn code into products, products into businesses, and businesses into companies.

Students apply to multiple companies through a single application. See more information and student portfolios at the 8VC Fellowship website.

Requirements: Sophomore through graduating senior students (by course year, not credits).

Deadlines: Rolling admission until late January

UTSA Contact: Andrew Chapman

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Drew Chapman

Director of Nationally Competitive Awards, Assistant Dean, Director of Russian Program in Modern Languages and Literatures

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Opportunities within the Honors College

The Honors College offers students the opportunity to participate in a number of different programs to further expand knowledge, especially in the realms of professional development, leadership development, and public service. Special programs are fully integrated into the Honors College curriculum, making credit transfer simple and ensuring that students are working toward Honors requirements.