Subject: Federal/Global Semester Program
Want college credit for a Washington internship? Interested in global or
domestic issues? Apply now to the Federal Semester Program or Global Semester
in Washington, D.C.! Apply by April 6 for first round consideration!
Join a lively, engaged student cohort group! In both programs, students take
a fall-semester seminar from industry practitioners in one of several
concentrations covering foreign policy, health, homeland security, diplomacy,
energy and environment, and science in a global context. In the spring,
students intern at federal agencies, congressional offices, think-tanks,
nonprofits, and other related organizations. Past internship locations
include Department of State, embassies, Department of Homeland Security,
Department of Health and Human Services, Middle East Institute, Department of
Energy, White House, U.S. Helsinki Commission, Potomac Institute for Policy
Studies, Aerospace Industries Association, and many more. Activities include
trips to Capitol Hill and to agencies and organizations headquartered in DC,
professional development workshops, and conversations with policymakers from
the domestic and international arenas. The programs also include one-on-one
assistance in writing resumes, obtaining internships, etc.
Students who successfully complete program requirements will earn a notation
on their transcript!
For details and an application form, go to http://federalsemester.umd.edu
and/or http://globalsemesterdc.umd.edu or contact our office: 2407 Marie
Mount Hall, 301-314-0261. Dr. Joan Burton, Director. Applications preferred
by Monday, April 6. Rolling admissions thereafter.
Contact Person: Dr. Joan Burton
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