The Stonehill in Washington D.C. program allows students of all majors to live and work in the nation's capital for an entire semester.
Stonehill offers two program options in Washington D.C.: The Washington Center and the Washington Semester Program at American University. Students can choose to study in a variety of areas including: government and politics, arts, business and economics, communications and journalism, international studies, law, religious studies, science or sociology.
Sample placements include :
- Federal Trade Commission
- Environmental Protection Agency
- Department of Homeland Security
- U.S. Attorney's Office
- U.S. Secret Service
- National Governors Association
- Congressman William R. Keating, MA
- Department of the Treasury
- The White House
- Peace Corps
Applications for the Spring 2014 Semester are due on Friday, October 11, 2013.
Log into Career Connection to apply. Students must also register through myHill prior to the deadline: myPlans > Stonehill U.S. Internship Request for Approval > Washington DC Internship Program. Make sure to review our application requirements before getting started.
Students will also need to complete a separate, online application for their program of choice by October 11th. To start an application, click on one of the links below: