Summer Fellows

During college, we begin to ask and answer life’s big questions: Who am I? What is a “good life”? What are my passions? What career should I pursue? How we answer these questions shapes the course of our life.

At All Saints, we believe there is no better place to ask and answer these questions than in the Church. Over the course of the summer, we hope to guide you as you explore these questions: working in a field of interest, dialoguing with community leaders, growing as a fellows community, and being shepherded by a local church.

By the end of the summer, we believe you’ll grow in your love for God, your love for one another, and your love for the World.

Meet the Summer 2022 Fellows Class

Noble Gilmour

Hometown: San Antonio, TX
Major: Communication and Leadership
Summer Internship: Hat Creek

Noble enjoys playing outside, doing outdoor projects, hunting, fishing, etc. He is a YoungLife leader at Regents School of Austin and an active member of the Texas Men's Association, a Christian men's organization

Will Florer

Hometown: Dallas, Tx
Major: Plan II Honors Program, Communication Honors Program, and Radio-TV-Film departments
Summer Internship: Vianovo

 Will's greatest passion is disabilities advocacy/special needs ministry, and he gets to do this through UT’s branch of the Capernaum Younglife Ministry. During the school-year, Will also served as the Philanthropy Chair of his fraternity Delta Tau Delta as well as the Vice President of the Communication Honors Student Council. Will is very grateful to be a part of this unique program this summer.

Taber Roach

Hometown: Dallas, TX
Major: Bachelor of Arts in English, a minor in Educational Psychology, and an integrative certificate in Children and Society.
Summer Internship: CareFor

A fun fact about Taber is that she loves music and loves to sing even more!  During her time at UT, she was involved with YoungLife in Northwest Austin, RUF, and Tri Delta.  Taber feels unbelievably honored to serve in the Fellows program and trust God to work faithfully in us and through us during our time together this summer.

Gregor Smith

Hometown: Houston, TX
Major: Economics
Summer Internship: Buffalo Gap Capital Partners and Town Lake Capital Management

Some of Gregor's hobbies include hunting, fishing, and playing piano. He is on the leadership team for RUF, a member of Phi Gamma Delta, and a keyboard player in a local band.

Joseph DiCecco

Hometown: Houston, TX
Major: Nutritional Sciences
Summer Internship: CareFor

In his free time, Joseph likes to play guitar and will be working as a Medical Assistant. 

Program Overview

Three days a week, fellows work as summer interns in a given vocation (e.g. private equity, medicine, real estate, ministry, etc.). Fellows also receive theological training, participate in seminars with Christian scholars and community leaders, share life together, and enjoy one on-one mentoring relationships with mature believers. Fellows will receive formational care through:

Host Church: 

The host church functions as the hub of the fellows program: providing oversight, scheduling activities, and weaving fellows into the life of the church body.

Job Host

The job host is either a business or church that hires the fellow as a paid summer intern.


Each fellow is assigned a mentor. Mentors are members of the local church and employees of the fellow’s job host. Mentors will shepherd the fellow as they learn to integrate their faith with their vocation


$2000 Fellows Stipend



  • 9am-6pm Internship
  • 6:30pm-9 PM- Night Off


  • 9am-6pm Internship
  • 6:30pm-9pm Dinner & Round Table Discussion


  • 9am-6pm Internship
  • 6:30pm-9pm- Night Off

Thursday (Church Day)

  • 9:30am- Chapel / Morning Prayer
  • 10:00-12:00 PM- Class
  • 12:00-1:30- Fellows Lunch
  • 1:30-3:00- Spiritual Direction
  • 3:00- Evening Prayer
  • 3:30-6:00- FREE
  • 6:00-9:00 PM- Social Night

Friday - Saturday (Off)

  • Time to rest and reflect.Select weekends designated for formational retreats


  • 9am-12pm Worship/Rotate as volunteers through ministries of the Church (children, student, worship, facilities, etc.)
  • 6pm-9pm Assist in Student Ministry