A fraternity at the University.
An internship program.
A new career.
This week, a fraternal order at the university got the job of getting students to learn the trade.
And, as the Associated Press reports, they are paying for it with taxpayer dollars.
The University of Texas is in the process of closing an internship program at the frat, according to a report from the Austin American-Statesman.
But that isn’t stopping a local organization that offers the program from trying to raise money for it.
Fraternities have been trying to get the university to give them the internship for years, and it’s become a popular option for the more than 30,000 student-athletes who attend the school.
Now, some fraternities are trying to give students an alternative option in the hope of getting a better return on their investment.
A spokesperson for the Austin Fraternity and Sorority said in a statement to the Austin Tribune that it’s “unacceptable that this option was given to a fraternity.”
The University has not said why it is accepting the program.
The Austin American reports that the organization is working with other organizations, including one in Texas called the University Alliance for Student Engagement and Student Development, to make the new program a permanent one.
That effort could take years, however.
The student intern program was set up as part of a program called “The Fraternal Journey,” which offered some financial incentives to students who enrolled in an internship at the college.
The AP reports that some students who took part in the program had to repay the cost of the internship, but others were not.
“We have a strong track record of helping students through this process and I think this was a great way to do that,” Fraternita’s President and CEO, Greg Siegel, told the AP.
Siegel told the Austin Press that the Fraternity has been working to make this option permanent.
He said it’s been a huge success for the students who are in the internship program and they want to continue to do so.
He also said that he believes the program is a success.