International Academic Programs (IAP) now offers the Wisconsin in Washington, DC Internship program—a summer or semester domestic study away program open to students of all majors.
This program combines the efforts of previous DC internship programs offered by the International Division and the Political Science Department, who remain core partners.Wisconsin in Washington, DC gives UW-Madison students options to focus on domestic or international issues. Core classroom courses are accompanied by internship placements in a wide range of fields, including government branches and agencies, non-profits, policy, advocacy and service organizations, media, marketing, historical sites and more.
Students on the fall or spring semester program students enroll in 3 courses, totaling 12 credits, and summer participants earn 3 credits.
Living on Capitol Hill in the heart of DC, students can take full advantage of their time in the city through rich cultural experiences and professional opportunities, as they connect with UW alumni in DC and network with other professionals affiliated with the program.
The fall and summer 2017 program deadlines are December 1. The spring 2018 program application will open this spring semester.