Stetson students to work, study in Washington
Since 1947, the Washington Semester has offered college students across the nation a chance to study and work in the nation’s capital and gain first-hand knowledge of its government and national media organizations. The program includes eight credits of internship, in addition to three to four credits of independent research and elective courses.
Stetson students Alex Kiselev, Audra Mazak, Katherine Cabral, Kevin Snider, Michael Van Oppen and Michelle Vergara each were awarded tuition adjustments and living expenses, courtesy of American University.
Several Stetson academic departments, including political science and communications, work extensively to help students interested in the Washington program. Areas of study provided by American University include American politics, foreign policy, and journalism.
In addition to academic research fields, the Washington Semester program partners with the School of Professional and Extended Studies in order to provide extensive internship opportunities in the Washington, D.C. area.
For more information on the Washington Semester Program, contact T. Wayne Bailey, Ph.D., professor of political science, at (386) 822-7475), or through email (email@example.com).
More information including the application process, check out the program’s official website.
by Maurie Murray