Launch your career with a short term, summer, or full semester in the nation's capital. Gain real-world work experience through a professional internship and participate in academic seminars taught by seasoned practitioners in international affairs and public policy that incorporate dynamic forms of study including guest speakers, site visits, and simulations.
Léa is an exchange student from France and used her French language skills and knowledge on Europe to help the team conduct research on the U.S. and Europe.
During Daniel's time in DC, he honed in on the issues within Latin America he's passionate in pursuing.
During his time at the Pentagon, Zachery was able to work on issues that would be on the news a week later.
Theodore's time at AFSA introduced him to the work of foreign service officers and the many interconnections within D.C.
Jonah interned for FIVS (Fédération Internationale des Vins et Spiritueux) and learned more on how international relations intertwines with business.
Meredith interned at Hamilton Place Strategies and was able to use both her economic and international relations backgrounds.
Benjamin's time at Convergence and in DC furthered strengthened his passion for creating positive change.
Felipe Estefan is a public diplomacy expert. He is currently part of the Open Governance and ICT4Gov teams at the World Bank Institute.
As an intern for NED and through her time in DC, Sarah explored opportunities within the intersection of national security and human rights.