For more information visit:

UA Programs:

The Montgomery Experience

The Washington Experience

NON-UA Programs:

“Some of these entities offer both placement in internship positions AND academic credit from non-UA institutions.  In many cases, that credit may be transferable  to UA credit (although it would not count as being ‘in residence.”)    Some of these entities are just offering the internship positions themselves.  In such cases, students might be able to arrange UA (in-residence) credit through our PSC 399;   contact with questions.

Click here: Summer 2018 Internships with Common Cause

Click here: Fund for American Studies/George Mason internship program

Databases for Finding Internships:

Additional Programs:

Experiential Learning : “This is an office within the College of Arts and Sciences that assists students who want to do internships and other forms of experiential education (such as assisting faculty members with research, community service, etc.)  While they do not actually place students in internships themselves, they work with students to help build their job-seeking skills and job-related skills to get them ready for internships, point them to resources like the Career Center that can identify opportunities, and can also answer questions about financial aid, etc.”