DC Info Session

Starts:
7:00 pm on Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Ends:
8:30 pm on Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Location:
Uno's Pizzeria and Grill, 645 Beacon Street
Meet Washington, D.C. director, Walter Montano, and mingle with BUDC alumni to learn more about career opportunities and connections to be made in the nation’s capital. Pizza, appetizers, and beverages provided.

2020 will be a historic year in Washington, D.C. -- plenty of action you can be a part of while interning and taking classes full-time. Intern full-time in a federal agency, on Capitol Hill, a policy-oriented think tank, an issue-focused nonprofit, an embassy, news station, and so much more. All majors are welcome!

The Spring 2020 application deadline has been extended until November 30th on a space-available basis.

Our Washington, D.C. Programs offers students the opportunity to study and intern in one of the world’s most important capital cities. Although known primarily as the capital of American politics, Washington, D.C., plays a pivotal role, both nationally and internationally, in business, law, the sciences, public relations, media, and the arts. The program offers students the opportunity to focus on leadership, public policy, and agenda setting in their area of interest. We offer internships and courses in many fields, and have specialized programs for management and journalism students!