The W&M in Washington Program is an academic semester program with an internship component operated out of the Washington Office. The program is open to students in all majors and disciplines, and financial assistance is available. Students receive 6-8 credits for their coursework and an additional 6 credits for the academic work they complete in association with their internship.
Classes are taught by W&M professors and are held at the W&M Washington Office in Dupont Circle. Students live in group apartments located only three metro stops outside the city in Arlington, VA.
- Applications for the Fall 2015 Semester, "Working for Change: The History and Politics of Social Movements," are currently open! Click here to apply!
- There will be an Information Session for the Fall 2015 semester on Thursday, January 29 at 6:30pm in the James Room of the Sadler Center.
- Applications will close on Wednesday, February 11 at 5:00pm.
- Financial assistance is available for this program.
- Learn more about the W&M in Washington program
- Get a close-up view of Washington’s dynamic governmental, advocacy, research, international, and art institutions
- Enjoy Washington’s rich cultural and social opportunities
- Come face-to-face with expert guest speakers/alums from all over Washington
- Study in a seminar setting with an experienced William & Mary professor
- Build your résumé by participating in a professional internship
- Get a leg up on Summer and full-time employment opportunities