Washington Internship Program

2017 Interns in Washington DC January 2017

The Washington Internship program gives students a unique opportunity to network with some of the most powerful people in American politics.

The six-week internships in the United States Congress take place in January and February and are available to Australian National University (ANU) undergraduate students.

Interns work in either the office of a member of Congress or the office of a congressional committee. During their internships students start a research project which they complete during their first semester at ANU.

The internship offers you the opportunity to develop a strong background in American politics and the opportunity to experience political life in Washington DC. You will pursue an advanced program of study and research on a specialised aspect of American Government, politics and public policy.

Admission to this course is highly competitive as there are only six places available each year.

For more information please contact Langi Tahi on seilangi.tahi@anu.edu.au  or 6125 2135.

Semester 1 2019

Information Session:
Monday 21 May 2018
10:00 to 11:00
LJ Hume Centre, Copland Building Room 1171

Closing Date for Applications:
Wednesday 25 July 2018 by 13.00
Submit online Applications to: andrew.banfield@anu.edu.au

 

 

Updated:  4 May 2018/Responsible Officer:  Program Director/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications