There’s no better place to launch into your dream career then Washington, DC. Washington, DC internships through Global Experiences put you right in the heart of the hustle and bustle of the nation’s capital. Of course, DC has some of the best government internships in the world but also has terrific placements in media, non-profits, communications, and so many more. Internships in DC allow young professionals and students to live and work in one of the most exciting cities in the United States.
The district is a city with a young population, rich history, and fantastic culture. With so many events and things to see you’ll always have something new to experience during your internship. Global Experiences provides you with a tailored internship, centrally located housing, social events, and so much more. Washington DC internships allow interns the chance to see national monuments to be immersed in a dynamic work culture, and make life-long friends from all around the world. Early applications are encouraged as DC is a competitive and popular location.
Through Global Experiences, I had an incredible internship in Washington DC. GE found me the most amazing placement with an incredible company. I have grown so much both professionally and personally. This experience was incredible and a great way to travel and experience different cultures, but be able grow professionally and learn new skills at the same time.
King's College London - Marketing
I had a truly wonderful time in Washington D.C. thanks to Global Experiences. My internship was challenging yet such good fun, I thoroughly enjoyed going to work throughout the week. The city itself is magnificent and truly unique and I loved immersing myself in a foreign environment. Overall it was a brilliant experience and one I will never forget.
King's College London - Goverment
As a university student, the pressure to enter the job market can be quite daunting. Global Experiences made this new experience so much easier as they not only helped to match me with an internship that would put me on my desired career path but also provided assistance during my internship. I had a great summer interning and definitely feel that it has taught me a lot about what to look for in the future.
King's College London - Communications
From the very beginning to the very end, GE were very kind and enthusiastic; did what they could to help make the journey and experience as smooth as possible. I got to experience a lot of the local culture during those two months in DC. Through the internship they provided me with I also learned a lot about myself and about the 'working world. It definitely helped me get a clearer idea of what I want to do in the future.
King's College London - Communications
I had a great experience in Washington DC this summer. GE helped me with the visa, settling in, and discovering the city. Couldn't have done it without them! Would definitely recommend to anyone who wants to gain some work experience while discovering a new city.
King's College London - Goverment
Your Washington D.C. internship will be personally matched to both your strengths and career goals, but take a look at the wide range of placements available. We can't wait to help you gain the work experience you need to find the career you love.
This firm provides interns with firsthand courtroom experience in Washington DC and neighboring Maryland. For those who qualify this law internship offers a glimpse into the American criminal justice system, and unmatched professional mentoring and connections. Sample tasks include: preparing courtroom exhibits, writing reports regarding investigative activities, assisting with case development, conducting legal search potentially using either Westlaw or LexisNexis and taking witness statements for extensive criminal background checks. This is an internship well suited to law students with a focus in criminal law.
Interns are an integral part of the team. The internship can include assisting with research, grassroots organizing, media outreach, and working with the U.S. and international non-governmental organizations. Interns are also likely to attend congressional hearings, think-tank briefings or other events as the eyes and ears of this organization. All interns are expected to do administrative support work, but they are generally assigned to specific projects according to their interests and qualifications.
The leading US Consumer Interest Group is looking for a legislative intern to assist the organization's advocacy efforts in the US Congress. The intern will work with staff to actually craft and advocate for legislation that pushes the organization's position in consumer protection. The intern tasks will vary but will include writing and compiling reports. Over the course of the internship, the intern will learn the basics of a variety of issues, as well as experience life in the public policy and lobbying side of Washington DC.
This organization is a leading provider of Video, Audio Streaming Services, and Managed Hosting solutions. Our success comes from our unwavering dedication to providing the best products and service to our customers. Over the last decade our suite of automation services and streaming services, has empowered over 6,000 customers to grow their businesses and rely on our infrastructure for optimum hosting and streaming services. In trying to grow their business, the company has the need for a marketing intern.
This prominent professional public service organization is seeking an intern to assist with research and data analysis. This organization serves to advance the art, science, teaching, and practice of public and non-profit administration. This organization promotes the value of joining the public service profession, building bridges among all who pursue public purposes, while providing networking and professional development opportunities to those committed to public service values.
This firm has Public Relations, Marketing, Sports and Entertainment divisons. They are looking interns for all departments. Responsibilities include: Assist in developing and contributing to public relations and marketing activities, interact with internal departments to carry out client requirements such as scheduling advertising; monitoring account activities; and managing production activities. Additional responsibilities may consist of coordinating with news media to develop appropriate stories and maintain up-to-date customer and prospect records.
This placement is committed to offering interns a wide range of archival and editing experiences — including organization of documents, web development, and general office work. We also encourage students to complete independent research projects on topics related to the holdings of the Project, and many of our summer interns undertake research related to senior theses or other long-term projects.
This gallery represents and exhibits cutting edge, stimulating works by established contemporary Chinese artists as well as emerging contemporary Chinese artists who are not as yet "discovered" internationally. With close to 2,000 square feet of gallery space, this beautiful gallery overlooking the River Thames is London’s only Chinese contemporary art gallery with a permanent exhibition space of this size and scale. Interns selected for this placement intern will work directly with the gallery manager and client developer, learning everything about running a gallery.
A top Museum is looking for interns to assist in the transfer of collection to a new facility. Candidates will receive hands-on experience in museum documentation processes and will need to have a background in museum studies. Tasks include: repacking and stabilizing objects, location control, data inputting and updating and records management, along with a variety of other museum-related tasks as they arise.
This is a full-service accounting firm with substantial experience, specializing in tax and audit services. They are looking for an intern to assist with the following tasks: - Provide accounting, reporting, tax and professional services to a client base made up of primarily entrepreneurs, small businesses, and high net worth clients. - Prepare and review individual, partnership, corporation, s-corporation, nonprofit, and payroll tax returns. - Engage in accounting compilations and reviews. - Incorporate businesses. - Provide bookkeeping services
This position with a large multinational firm focuses on financial management and accounting practices. The company is a leading global professional service company that helps organizations improve performance through effective people, risk and financial management. With 14,000 associates around the world, they offer solutions in the areas of employee benefits, talent management, rewards, and risk and capital management. Those looking to expand beyond their home country's operations will be able to explore financial strategies in a new environment. The ideal candidate will know how to mathematically calculate the financial risk as well as all other mathematical programs, be studying actuarial mathematics, accounting or international business.
This international non-profit is looking for an intern to perform a number of tasks related to bookkeeping and accounting. An intern will learn how to use the Financial Edge software, and will enter financial data including vendor invoices and journal entries. Furthermore, finance interns will work with various types of spreadsheets, learn to do invoice coding, budgeting and schedule reconciliation. Daily tasks will include cash deposit and credit card donations processing, filing of paperwork and more.
The Business Development Intern will work primarily with the sales department and industry verticals including Infrastructure, Agriculture, and Special Projects. Duties will include market & competitor research and analysis, potential customer outreach, assistance with partnership development, some flight operations planning, and coordination between project leads, data engineering and flight operations departments.
Intern with an organization that works at the intersection of good business and social value. With decades of experience and a deep global network, you'll be involved in an innovative approach that helps clients mitigate risk and build opportunity in emerging markets around the world. Work as a part of a team to support existing and new clients, research on at least one "idea lab" initiative, attending and representing at events, and other office activities as needed. Clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to non-profits to technology start-ups, creating innovative partnerships, CSR, and social outreach programs.
This company works within the pharmaceuticals industry, financial services, and the consumer projects, providing project and change management. They specialize in organizational change and help companies assess their weaknesses. An intern for this company can expect to work on client projects, assist with internal knowledge management, provide support with presentations to clients, help prepare for the global conference, and I/O psych, flexible interests in business.
This environmental agency is seeking exceptionally motivated undergraduate students, graduate students, and graduates for the opportunity to help a ground-breaking environmental organization dramatically increase the role of communications in advancing its mission, growing its audience and building its supporter base. The intern will work with the Communications Manager to frame the organizations message, develop and maintain a consistent organizational voice, manage and support our engagement with both online and traditional media, and grow our audience. The Communications Intern will: support communications capacity and strategy; draft material on behalf of their programs, activities and leadership; edit external communications and support online outreach and supporter engagement. The Communications Intern reports to the Communications Manager.
This dynamic nonprofit creates public-private partnerships to assist the least advantaged people in Latin America and the Caribbean. They are looking for a Civil Society Communications Intern with experience working with local, national, international NGOs to work closely with the programs team.
This integrated creative communications agency works with entertainment, arts, and culture industries. They have worked in film home entertainment, television, games, and theatre as well as with branding, personal representation, and sponsorship. They are looking for an intern with an interest in communication. Ideal for interns looking to work in production, marketing, or other forms of entertainment.
At its office near the Kennedy Center in Washington, this organization offers unpaid internships around the year to outstanding university students. Full-time interns work between 35 and 40 hours a week. An intern's responsibilities may include fundraising, marketing of the organizations magazine, promotion of the Arts Olympiad to schools, social media, and writing and research.
Interns research countries and cultures, collect cultural artifacts, create educational activities and curricula, manage the International Resource Library and Culture Box programs, and assist in other various office tasks. Interns are expected to have some knowledge of the US public school system, interest in education and cross-cultural learning, good writing skills, creativity, and initiative to become an active member of the office team.
This organization is a leading figure in international and US refugee resettlement. The intern will assist the case work staff in providing IRC clients with all initial services in the resettlement process. Additionally, the intern will work closely with team education coordinators to assist in providing IRC clients with appropriate education services. Case Workers provide initial services to orient refugees to life in the US. These services include securing housing, addressing medical concerns, registering children in school, applying for Social Security cards and State IDs, and linking clients to our internal and mainstream services.
This organization acts as a strong advocate on a broad range environmental issues, including promoting energy efficiency, protecting our open spaces, cleaning up our air and water, and to advancing global warming solutions. They speak out and take action at the local, state, and national levels to protect our precious natural resources. Intern tasks vary by season, however, responsibilities can include conducting research into critical environmental problems and preparing investigative reports, coordinating media events, assisting in the preparation of news releases and opinion pieces and even working with coalition partners and state-based environment federations.
A national environmental NGO based in Washington is looking for an legislative intern to help in the fight for environmental policy reform! Students with a passion for environmental preservation and politics will find this placement to be an amazing introduction to legislative lobbying and research in the nation's capital. Some tasks included but are not limited to: research and reports, organize media events, build national coalitions, and lobby governmental or corporate decision-makers in support of specific policy proposals.
This international environmental organization is based in Washington,D.C. with branch offices in Beijing, Shanghai, and Wuhan. Founded in 1996 by a group of scientists and professionals concerned with China's environmental problems, the company aims to ensure a healthy global environment and continued economic development by helping China solve its environmental problems. Interns conduct research on environmental issues related to China, contribute to research papers and reports, and attend some seminars/meetings, etc. in town and submit summary reports from these events.
This company serves as a middle ground for the government and those whom they work to help. This specific organization works to improve the performance of government and the connection between citizens and their government. Interns here will have the opportunity to help plan events that will lead to the strengthening of these relationships.
Any student with an interest in marketing, hospitality, or event planning will love this internship! A women's lifestyle magazine that hosts all kinds of events is looking for an intern to assist their team. Interns will get to plan professional and social gatherings, work with clients, and see projects through from beginning to end. The intern may also get to travel outside of the DC area to places like New York to help manage the events they put together!
This nonpartisan political magazine educates, informs, entertains and connects all those who touch politics, from high-profile players to political junkies and casual observers. The magazine is published monthly, and they are seeking interns in a variety of areas including marketing and events. Such events and seminars have been held since 1983 and featured political professionals, candidates, political junkies and all those involved in campaigns; attendees come from all over the United States and, in recent years, have also come from Canada, Europe, Africa, Australia, Latin America and even Mongolia.
A DC Based Arts Nonprofit is offering unique design internships in Set, Lighting, Props, Sound, and Costume Design! Interns will have the opportunity to assist a professional DC designer on three full-length productions. Production tasks may include designing projects within the Festival, attending meetings and rehearsals, attend Tech Week and Festival Workshop weekend and participate in props and costumes design.
Boutique post house offering a one stop solution for post production needs in the film and TV industry. These specialists design, edit, grade and dub content for movies, broadcasting and corporate use. This is an amazing opportunity for an intern to network with major film professionals, promote themselves and get their foot in the door to a tough industry.
This nearly decade old award winning creative video production company operates in the heart of Dublin. Their work ethic constantly evolves and they are looking for fresh and creative methods as they seek to bring life through film. Interns should expect to: assist on shoots on location, help carry equipment and set up camera and tripod, shoot second camera when necessary, help set up sound equipment and booming when appropriate.
This placement is with a top notch financial firm specializing in professional portfolio management. Their products are designed to meet a wide variety of investment objectives such as capital appreciation, income generation, diversifying portfolio concentration, and tax minimization. The ideal candidate will be pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in Finance, have relevant work experience and a strong desire to establish a career in one of the above mentioned areas of focus.
The is the leading US Consumer Interest Group. An intern here will work with campaign and advocacy staff to demonstrate support for issues at the state and national level; writing and compiling reports. Over the course of the internship, he or she will learn the basics of a variety of issues, and then reach out to individuals, media outlets, organizations, and decision-makers to build visibility and gain their support.
This organization is seeking interns on a rolling basis to learn about Grants and Contracts Management in a practical environment as a supplement to their studies. Interns will be involved in supporting an active, internationally-focused, non-profit organization. Interns will be able to gain wide exposure to grants management, financial reporting, cost analysis and audits, and other projects as they occur day to day in the department.
This Embassy seeks interns who will have the opportunity to contribute substantially to our public diplomacy or press teams, and to serve as support for both short and long term projects. Ideal candidates will have social media savvy on a variety of platforms (predominately Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest) and will have experience exercising sound judgment about the content posted on such platforms. Interns also should have good writing and online research skills, a basic knowledge of important US civil society groups, and a proven commitment to the country this Embassy represents.
This organization reaches beyond the scope of traditional diplomacy by addressing ethnic conflict, tribal warfare, and religious hostilities. The ideal candidate must have strong writing samples that reflect an understanding of diplomacy and/or a desire to work for an organization of this type.
The leading US Consumer Interest Group is looking for a legislative intern to assist the organization's advocacy efforts in the US Congress. The intern will work with staff to actually craft and advocate for legislation that pushes the organization's position in consumer protection. The intern tasks will vary, but will include writing and compiling reports. Over the course of the internship, the intern will learn the basics of a variety of issues, and experience life in the public policy and lobbying side of Washington DC.
For almost a century, this boutique hotel has offered an eclectic yet refined atmosphere for anyone seeking a European-style oasis on American soil. The charming and unique setting is the perfect destination for all occasions. They create lifelong relationships with their guests by exceeding their expectations through our unrivaled quality in service, cuisine, and décor. This hotel seeks a hotel management/ hospitality intern to assist in all areas of hotel management.
This hospitality company arranges day trips and weekend trips, for international students, service providers, and for UK universities, which are sold via our website, international student fairs, and through study abroad offices. We also arrange short term faculty led study abroad and study tours for university and high school students in the UK and USA. Tasks may include: assisting the Sales and Marketing department on a day-to-day basis to increase sales and awareness; assisting with new business research (online and by telephone); helping marketing staff manage contacts, including updating and maintaining records; assisting in creating e-mail shots, online marketing, and the use of social networking; helping the sales team create marketing materials, specifically developing our student online booking website; observing the operations department to understand how tours are created and delivered to our clients; providing support for staff at events.
This is a Parisian travel agency specializing in tailor made programs and itineraries to match your budget and interests during your time in France. Interns will participate in a wide array of projects. Primary responsibilities will include content creation meant to attract US visitors to France and developing thematic travel packages to be marketed to said visitors. Additional responsibilities in partner acquisition, account management and business development will also arise as the intern adapts to their role. Qualified candidates must be native English speakers and be able to adapt to a constantly changing environment.
This company caters to clients in need of creative graphic design, publication management, smart marketing advice and improved sales. They provide services in all aspects of graphic design -- from concept development to print, mailing and distribution, marketing strategy, advertising, exhibit and sponsorship sales and stellar websites. Ideal candidate will have studied graphic design at the university level and have an impressive portfolio to showcase their knowledge and skill set.
A lifestyle magazine for US Latina women is looking for a Graphic Design intern to assist in the day to day production of the magazine. Interns will gain first-hand experience in design, page layout, and may even get to contribute directly to articles and features! Interns looking to gain experience in the competitive magazine industry are encouraged to apply.
This leading foreign policy think tank is seeking graphic design students to assist their graphic design team in branding efforts. Responsibilities may include web layout design, brochure structuring and logo design. Qualified candidates should be passionate about foreign policy or themes related to this organization's work.
This non-profit organization is seeking interns on a rolling basis to learn about Human Resources in a practical environment as a supplement to their studies. Interns will be involved in supporting an active, internationally-focused, non-profit organization in many different facets of HR. Interns will be able to gain wide exposure to recruiting, employee relations, benefits administration, training and meeting coordination, audits, and other projects as they occur day to day in the department.
Agency As a trendy entertainment management agency, this firm started out as a music management company and now also has an event management division for entertainment industry clients as well as an annual film festival. Interns will be welcomed into a dynamic office environment located on Sydney's coolest street and will have the opportunity to attend fun events for free! This intern position within the company will focus on recruitment for talent representation.
This organization is the largest independent provider of charity jobs in the UK, delivering permanent and temporary placements at every level. The business has expanded over the years through organic growth and acquisition, and they are seeking an intern who will observe the recruitment and screening process of candidates, gain exposure to how information is gleaned in the hiring/selection process, analyze differences in business practices between the United States and UK, and identify trends in the nonprofit sector and analyze changing needs based on client feedback.
This non-profit advocates for international arts as a tool for child development in international understanding. By employing the power of the arts to nurture a child’s innate creativity and foster the child’s intrinsic empathy a student can gain the preconditions for prosperity, peace, and preservation. Internship tasks will consist of IT support specific to this organization's mission and client base.
This internship placement is with a documentary editing project located on the George Washington University campus. The project collects, accessions, transcribes, and annotates material written by and to a historical figure relating to their post-political life. Volumes I and II, which cover 1945-1952, have already been completed and Volume III is underway. In addition, the project’s website is being expanded, and project staff are engaged in outreach to students, teachers, scholars, and policymakers. Interns will perform research and assist with website development. Specific tasks will depend on the intern's interests and qualifications and the there is room for customization.
The Provost's office of a historic and prestigious University in downtown Washington DC is looking for a tech-savvy web developer to assist in the completion of an international education system. The school sends many students to China, and needs someone to help develop their system that will facilitate cross-border exchange. The intern will work with both the Provost and the IT department, gaining new tech skills and a large part in a very important project.
This firm provides interns with firsthand, courtroom experience in Washington DC and neighboring Maryland. For those who qualify this law internship offers a glimpse into the American criminal justice system, and unmatched mentoring and connections. Sample tasks include: preparing courtroom exhibits, writing reports regarding investigative activities, assisting with case development, conducting legal search possibly using either Westlaw or LexisNexis and taking witness statements for extensive criminal background checks. This is an internship well suited to law students with a focus in criminal law.
This international legal firm aims to give back to the communities where real people live and work. Their commitment to improving the human condition wouldn’t be complete without a commitment to the communities we serve and the planet we live on. Through both institute-level efforts and the volunteer passions of staff members, they take action to make the world a better place. The selected intern will serve as a research assistant to investigate and document the roles of government institutions in water resource management and water allocation. Tasks consist of legal research, cross-departmental coordination to display institutional areas, and frequent case study analysis. Qualified interns must be in their second or third term of legal studies and have a display interest in environmental legal issues.
The nation’s leading Latino legal civil rights organization is seeking a law intern. Often described as the “law firm of the Latino community” this organization promotes social change through legislative and regulatory advocacy, high impact litigation, communications, and community education in the areas of education, employment, immigrant rights, political access, and public resource equity. The DC office handles national policy, regulatory, and legislative matters and litigation in the southeastern quadrant of the U.S.
This NGO is the nation’s leading organization in lifelong environmental learning, connecting people to knowledge they use to improve the quality of their lives and the health of the planet. They achieve this by providing knowledge to trusted professionals and other leaders who, with their credibility, amplify messages to national audiences to solve everyday environmental problems. A background and interest in the environment, education, communications, marketing, or a related field will prove valuable to any intern in this role.
Interns are an integral part of the team. The internship can include assisting with research, grassroots organizing, media outreach, and working with U.S. and international non-governmental organizations. Interns are also likely to attend congressional hearings, think-tank briefings or other events as the eyes and ears of this organization. All interns are expected to do administrative support work, but they are generally assigned to specific projects according to their interests and qualifications.
This Economic Empowerment program assists refugees to become economically self-sufficient, with a major focus and emphasis on first job placement and retention The Refugee Training intern will work closely with the Economic Empowerment team’s training specialists to assist in the implementation of multiple job readiness and professional development trainings offered to clients.
This NGO is a leading non-sectarian, voluntary organization providing relief, protection, and resettlement services for refugees and victims of oppression or violent conflict. Currently, this branch resettles and/or provides assistance to over 700 refugees and asylees each year. An intern here will be assisting in preparing for the arrival of new refugees and will report to the Logistics Specialist.
An organization whose focus is to combat poverty and expand opportunity for all people in the US with offices in DC, Boston, Chicago, New York, and Philadelphia. We operate a national network of service centers, staffed by trained volunteers and partner with social service agencies and city offices to connect participants to resources such as healthcare, childcare, legal services, and food and clothing assistance. Full training is provided and you will participate in one-on-one meetings with community members in need of help prioritizing goals in order to better their quality of life. Assistance with resume-building, filling out job applications, food stamps, health care access, etc.
The Case Work team is the first point of contact for newly-arrived refugees. Case Workers provide initial services to orient refugees to life in the US. These services include securing housing, addressing medical concerns, registering children in school, applying for Social Security cards and State IDs, and linking clients to our internal and mainstream services
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As a city populated by just under one million residents (not including the thousands of tourists from all over the globe visiting each year), Washington DC is dominated by national and international institutions such as the Smithsonian Museum, the US Capitol, the White House, countless businesses, lobbying organizations, and many international organizations. Within this diverse and powerful city, we have developed a program that is much more than just an internship placement that includes a wide range of components to enhance your overall experience in the U.S. capital.
Having a Washington, DC internship will help you stand out from the crowd, improve your resume, and get hired much quicker. When you apply, each candidate undergoes a careful review by our top-notch Enrollment Team based on numerous phone consultations and an online application. If accepted we start working with you to find the internship that best matches your background and future goals. Apply early, as this summer location fills up fast!
Each candidate who is accepted into the Global Experiences' program receives multiple hours of one-on-one career development with our own Program Advisors – international travelers themselves with extensive knowledge of Washington, DC. Our strengths-based, award-winning career development includes unmatched preparation for an interview with a company in your career field. International candidates will also receive dedicated visa assistance to help navigate the J-1 visa process (a United States Department of State requirement for legally interning in America), which is a separate and associated cost.
At Global Experiences, we guarantee an internship to all participants accepted into our internship programs. Admission to the program is based on a combination of relevant college or university level course work, relevant work experience and an assessment of maturity and readiness for a professional abroad experience.
We work with applicants on a one-to-one basis to understand their skills, talents, and expectations. By getting to know your academic background, career objectives, and overall expectations for your time in the District of Columbia, we are able to place you in a dynamic work environment providing real-world work experience.
Once a good match is found, all interns will interview by phone or skype with their supervisor before the placement is confirmed. When you arrive on location and you start at your internship we will help support you and ensure you make the most of your placement including on-site check-ins and coaching.
Included in all the programs is our award-winning Global Career Readiness Program which combines assessment, coaching, and experiences to connect students academic experience with their professional ambitions. We take a Strengths-based approach and focus on helping every participant meet their potential and find a career their love.
Core Components Include
Global Experiences is built by a team of passionate and experienced travelers, who love working with our participants to help them get ready for both living and interning abroad. We know that it is a big step to move to an unfamiliar city, make new friends, and explore a unique culture, all while going to work everyday. This is where your program advisor and location coordinator will become your new travel experience advisors, taking care of you from the day you join the program, to the day you head home.
Your advisor will help you prepare for what will become the most life changing experience that you may ever have, including helping you navigate through travel bookings, visa requirements, academic credit and financing questions, as well as any nerves you have about living in a new city. We will help you get to know the rest of the program group so you'll have friends as soon as you arrive on location, and get a head start on weekend travel planning.
Participants in the D.C. program will stay in single room student housing at the prestigious George Washington University, conveniently located just a few blocks from the White House. just a few blocks from the White House. The rooms are fully furnished, and interns will have access to a shared kitchen on each floor with kitchen utensils and commodities available.
Included in your program are many essential travel services to help your experience be as easy as possible so you can focus on enjoying your new home and rocking your internship.
Global Experiences programs are lead by experienced staff in each program city that are trained and supervised by our head office in Annapolis, Maryland, USA.
Your location coordinator on location will get to know you before you depart and will meet you when you arrive in your new home. As a local of the city, all of our location staff are experienced in providing hands-on support to new visitors to the city. There can be lots of adjustments and culture shock when you first arrive, but we are more than ready to help you feel comfortable and get to know the amazing new culture in your new city.
You will have an outline of events and experiences to take part in as well as plenty of opportunities to give your career skills an extra boost so you come home not just as a world traveler, but also ready to take a big step forward in your journey to finding a career you love.
Add Academic Credit to your Program
Adding credit can allow students to access existing financial aid options and gain credit towards graduation for many majors. This is suitable for students who attend a university that does not offer credit for internships. For more information please discuss your situation with your program consultant at time of application.
You can add optional transfer credit to your program through our school of record, Fairfield University.
Option 1: Summer, 3-6 Credits, $600
Option 2: Semester, up to 9 Credits, $900
Join us for a summer internship in Washington, D.C. to get an edge in your career. Review the program dates and prices below and/or get in touch with our team to talk about financing options.
Summer 2020 (Non-J1 Visa)
Summer 2020 (J-1 Visa Required)
June 6-Aug 1
June 6-Aug 1
$8,290 USD - J1 Visa
Season: Summer 2020
Length: 8 Weeks
Dates: June 6-August 1
Full Program Tuition: $7,990 USD
2019 Early Admissions: Not Available
Season: Summer 2020
Length: 8 Weeks
Dates: June 6-August 1
Full Program Tuition: $8,290 USD (J-1 Visa)
2019 Early Admissions: Not Available
Start Date: NA
Full Program Tuition: NA
2018 Early Admissions: NA
All Global Experiences' international internship programs are designed to complement a student's academic degree program. You could earn credit from your own institution, from our School of Record, or one of our partner schools.
There are many options for gaining credit and securing financial aid for your internship abroad program and we're happy to help you find what works best for you.
For internships in Washington D.C. you must be a current university student, or have graduated within 12-months of the internship start date. Participants must be 18 years or older and have relevant university coursework and/or professional experience within their field. All non-US students must be eligible for and travel on the J1 Visa.
Please contact us if you have any questions regarding your eligibility for an internship program.