• The Washington Center Internship
    • Sharpen in-demand skills, learn how to navigate a professional environment and gain a clear edge in the competition for postgraduate employment by spending a semester or summer interning in the nation’s capital
    • For more information visit:


  • City Internships
    • Spring, summer, fall and winter programs in 12 locations: London, Paris, New York, Boston, Washington D.C., Miami, Chicago, Austin, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sydney, & Hong Kong.
    • Internships in the areas of the following: Banking & Financial Services, Marketing, Advertising and PR, Consulting and Professional Services, Technology and Engineering, Entertainment, Media and Journalism, Law and Politics, Art, Fashion & Design, Charities, NFPs & NGOs, Start-Ups & Entrepreneurship
    • For more information visit:

Spring 2017

  • Senator Claire McCaskill’s Columbia Office
    • The internship is open to students interested in public service, politics, or communications.
    • For more information contact: Kyle Klemp
      • Send a resume and a cover letter explaining why you would like an internship
      • Application materials can be mailed to the Columbia Office or emailed to
      • Application Deadline: November 16th
  • Capital Semester: International Affairs + Public Policy Internships in Washington, DC
    • Offers undergraduates a first-hand look at international affairs and public policy through: an internship, courses in international economics and government, exclusive lectures and professional development, and housing right by the Supreme Court and Capital building.
    • Deadline: November 10, 2016
    • For more information visit:

Summer 2017

  • Institute on Political and Economic Systems in Washington, DC
    • Spend your summer in DC and prepare for your future! The 8-week program allows students to intern in the field of public policy while earning academic credit in economics and government.
    • Types of internships include federal agencies, congressional offices, policy groups and think tanks, government relations offices, and non-governmental organizations
    • For more information visit:
  • History and Museum Studies Internships: