Summer Program

Inside Washington students at the Capitol.
Inside Washington students with Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday.
 Inside Washington on the Speaker's balcony at the Capitol.
 Inside Washington students in front of the Supreme Court building.
 The U.S. Capitol at sunrise.

This 10-week experience begins shortly after spring semester ends.

The 8-credit course, POL/JRN/MAC 426 Inside Washington, encompasses three weeks of field trips and small group meetings across D.C. with policy makers, leading media figures, special interest influencers, government agency specialists and nonprofit leaders.

Participants write reflections about what they have learned, and about national news and policy developments.

You then intern full time in your area of interest for seven weeks as part of the course.

During the entire summer, all students live together in a secure, multi-university intern apartment building in D.C.’s Woodley Park neighborhood. The apartments have kitchens and laundry facilities and are a 5-minute walk from a Metro stop.

You are responsible for your meals, professional attire, and transportation around town, plus travel getting to and from Washington.

This class often counts toward elective hours, so talk with your academic advisor to see how Inside Washington Summer will work for you.

Apply for the Summer Inside Washington program