Fall 2019 Internship Ideas

The supportive DC Semester Program helps students research, apply for, and secure internships which relate to the semester topic — so you are not on your own. The Program administrators coordinate directly with each intern supervisor to provide a quality internship experience. Students spend 30-35 hours per week at their internship sites during the semester. Your internship doesn't just end when the semester is over. In fact, many past Program scholars have been asked to work at their internship sites over the summer or are hired full-time after graduation!

Fall 2019 Theme

"International Commercial Diplomacy," taught by Professor Don Rahtz of the Mason School of Business. 

Internship Suggestions

There are a variety of internship options you might pursue in conjunction with the Fall 2019 semester's theme— and internships MUST relate to the semester theme.  This list is by no means meant to be exhaustive, but to provide you with some ideas of the kinds of opportunities available.  Please research all organizations that interest you.

  • Inter-American Development Bank
  • United Nations (and related offices)
  • US Department of Treasury
  • US Department of Labor
  • US Department of Commerce
  • US Trade Representative
  • Millennium Challenge Corporation
  • Institute for International Economics
  • Center for Global Development
  • Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • Council on Foreign Relations
  • Brookings Institution
  • UPS
  • Fedex
  • US-ASEAN Business Council
  • US-INDIA Business Council
  • US-CHINA Business Council