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Partnerships

The Helms School of Government has formed strategic partnerships with a variety of organizations to help you broaden your educational experience.

Center for Law & Government

A collaboration with the Liberty University School of Law and the Helms School of Government, the Center for Law & Government promotes public policy and the free exchange of ideas by providing students with hands-on experience in politics and policy. Some events are held on campus and have included guests such as Former Virginia Governors George Allen and Bob McDonnell. Others have been held in Washington D.C. such as when Liberty University students joined with Hampton University students for a Washington Symposium. The event took place at the Library of Congress where they heard from Brian Colas, deputy chief of staff for Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR), Rep. Elaine Luria (D-VA), Fox News host Shannon Bream, and Sen. James Lankford (R-OK), and then the entire group received a private tour of the U.S. Capitol.

Learn more about the Center for Law & Government.


The Washington Fellowship

Complete your internship in the nation’s capital with some of the largest companies in the world! The Helms School of Government has partnered with Liberty University Career Services to offer the Washington Fellowship. This semester-long program is a unique opportunity to remain a full-time student and study in the middle of the nation’s capital. You will be placed in a valuable internship that can receive academic credit and help launch your career. Check out The Washington Fellowship page to learn more about the program and apply. Stop by Career Services, located at Montview Student Union Room 2560, or email washington@liberty.edu to set up a direct appointment.


Ariel University

The Helms School of Government has partnered with the Ariel University Genocide Research Center to help raise awareness about genocide and to prevent it through research and policy. Liberty faculty and students work with the Center to research genocide issues and promote a greater understanding of the importance of working together to fight genocide and crimes against humanity.