Drury University is affiliated with the Washington Center and the Institute for Experiential Learning which are private, nonprofit organizations providing semester and summer internships for students. Both programs offer many work opportunities in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area or a limited number of opportunities for study abroad (London, Oxford, Sydney and Quebec City). These programs also offer academic seminars in conjunction with the internship experience. Drury University credit is received for participation in the programs that ordinarily involve 12 hours during the fall or spring semester and nine hours in the summer. Students’ regular tuition and Drury scholarships meet most expenses for fall and spring semester internships. There is an administrative fee for fall and spring semesters. Housing and travel costs are the responsibility of the student.
Programs are open to juniors and seniors with a minimum grade point average of 3.0. Students from any academic discipline who desire a living-learning experience in the nation’s capital are encouraged to apply.
For more information please contact:
Professor of Political Science
Director of Washington Programs & Pre-Law Co-Advisor