Federal Government Internships
The University of Georgia offers many outstanding programs for students to live and work in Washington, D.C. while earning academic credit. The following internship and fellowship programs provide exceptional opportunities for students to pursue their academic and professional goals in our nation’s capital.
Office of Government Relations Federal Internship
Each semester, one selected student will work with the Federal Relations team to advocate for UGA with legislators. Responsibilities include attending and reporting on committee hearings, assisting with communications and events, and supporting the Federal Relations team with administrative tasks.
Additionally, interns will have the opportunity to network with government leaders and UGA alumni working in the United States capital. This internship is open to UGA students only and provides a stipend of $1,500.
Assistant Director of Federal Relations
202-957-8705 | firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Washington Semester Program
Each fall and spring semester, UGA students have the unique opportunity to live, work and study in Washington, D.C. through the Washington Semester Program. The Washington Semester Program is the University’s only D.C.-based program open to all undergraduate students during the four-month academic semester.
Students selected for the Washington Semester Program:
- Earn at least twelve hours of University of Georgia academic credit;
- Work at least 30 hours per week in an internship related to their interests;
- Live with other Washington Semester students in UGA’s Delta Hall;
- Connect with leaders in public policy, government, and business; and
- Experience the art and culture of one of the world’s great cities.
Director of the Washington Semester Program
706-542-3450 | email@example.com.
Honors in Washington Internship Program
Each summer, the Honors in Washington Internship Program awards 16 second- or third-year Honors students housing at Delta Hall and a $1,500 stipend to support their participation in a variety of internships in the Washington, D.C. area. The program also holds a number of evening events that help students network with area alumni and clarify their academic and professional goals. Students can receive academic credit from their internship or an approved Honors internship course.
Assistant Director of the Honors Program
706-542-6908 | firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grady Summer in DC
Each summer, students enrolled at Grady College of Mass Communication have the opportunity to live, work and study through the Grady D.C. Field Study and Internship Program. Participants enroll in courses and work in intern positions. Students live in Delta Hall while participating in the program.
Distance Learning Coordinator
Congressional Agricultural Fellowship
The UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the Congressional Offices of Kelly Loeffler, David Perdue, Rick Allen, Sanford Bishop, Buddy Carter, Doug Collins and Austin Scott are pleased to offer summer fellowship opportunities in Washington D.C. for students in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Fellows are offered a stipend and have the opportunity to attend agriculture committee hearings; prepare briefs; conduct agricultural policy research; meet with constituents; and earn 3 semester credit hours toward an undergraduate degree.
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
706-542-1611 | email@example.com.