Intern in Washington, D.C.
Ever wondered what it would be like to live in Washington D.C.? As a Liberty student, you can experience this amazing city through one of our unique and prestigious internships.
Enjoy the political energy of Capitol Hill by participating in one of our fellowships. You’ll get college credit, work experience, and an exclusive, exciting opportunity all in one semester.
Ready to take the first step to join Liberty?
Work in the energetic atmosphere of our nation’s capital through the Washington Fellowship.
Experience historical downtown housing, professional development, and networking events while gaining career experience.
This program has placed students in organizations such as the National Park Service, American Psychological Association, Metro Police Department, and U.S. Congress.
“We are in a unique position to make a real difference in our nation’s capital, and it has been so exciting to be a part of it!”
“I am so happy that Liberty offers this opportunity, and I am thrilled that I took part in it.”
“The Washington Fellowship is a fantastic program. The past four months have provided me with the opportunity to grow professionally as well as spiritually.”
“I never would have gotten the job [Office of Investigations at USAID’s OIG] if it weren’t for the Washington Fellowship and I’m very thankful for the opportunity we all had to complete the program.”
Schedule an Appointment
Application and Requirements
- Minimum 3.2 cumulative GPA (may vary based on major specific requirements)
- Minimum 21 hours of credits in major (some majors require 24)
- Must clear a Student Conduct check
- Must be 18-29 years of age per LU housing guidelines to reside in the dorm
- Submit application
- Schedule meeting with Fellowship team member
- Cover letter and professional résumé
You will work on your resume, cover letters, applications, mock interviews, professional learning, and more.
Do not delay in responding to any requests as this may jeopardize your internship opportunity.
Students who participate during fall or spring semesters pay a program fee. This is a combination of a block rate and a housing charge.
Students who participate during the summer pay per credit hour for the academic credits and a housing charge.
Washington, D.C. Housing
The Washington Fellowship program has arranged for housing in Washington, D.C. Students live on Capitol Hill just minutes from the Metro station and attractions.