We are currently looking for passionate individuals with eagerness to learn about and help an amazing cause. These internship opportunities will directly support the Texas 4000 Fundraising and Special Events programs, activities and projects, as well as provide administrative support to all areas within the organization as needed. No matter what position you apply […]

We are excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for the Program Manager position. If you are interested in applying please send a cover letter and resume to info@texas4000.org no later than Monday, October 10th at 12p. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. We will be conducting interviews by mid-October with a goal of […]

      Waking up at 5:30 a.m. had become a weekly routine for each of us. With Trey, Prem, and Bailey in the car, we started our hour long drive towards Martindale/Staples. Running on a few hours of sleep, a wide array of alternative rock music got us in the perfect mood to cheer on […]

University of Texas student Kristopher Novak, who was featured in the August issue of K Magazine, hasn’t backed out of his monumental commitment to ride a bicycle the more than 4,500 miles from Austin to Alaska next summer. In fact, he’s more committed than ever to the Texas 4000 program, which benefits people stricken with […]

We are proud to announce that Smith Ketterer has joined our Texas 4000 staff as our new Program Coordinator.  Smith is a 2016 graduate of The University of Texas at Austin earning her Bachelor’s degree from the School of Social Work.  She is also a Texas 4000 program alumna as part of the Rockies route […]

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Bikers on treelined road

ANCHORAGE – Driving to or from the Lower 48 is a daunting idea for many Alaskans. It takes preparation, endurance and attention. Biking that distance is a much greater challenge. Yet, for the last 13 summers, students from the University of Texas at Austin have been doing just that through the Texas 4,000 bike charity […]

ANCHORAGE – Riding nearly 4,500 miles, 62 dedicated cyclists arrived in Anchorage Friday evening, celebrating the finish of 70 day long journey across the continent. The trip is called the Texas 4,000. It starts in Austin and travels up through the US and Canada, eventually finishing in Alaska. Participants said the trip is grueling at […]