The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation in partnership with The Fund for American Studies is proud to announce the launch of a new immersive and intensive leadership program: Leadership and the American Presidency. Undergraduate students can spend the summer or fall semester in Washington, D.C. interning in an engaging setting aligned with their interests, while also participating in an accredited academic course. Grounded in real history, interaction with real leaders, and application in the real world, students interested in learning leadership through the lens of the American presidency are encouraged to apply to this exciting new opportunity.

Advance the development of future civic-minded leaders by sharing this with your students today! Please encourage interested students to visit to learn more about the program and begin an online application.

Thanks to an agreement with The Fund for American Studies (TFAS), the program includes housing, internship placement and support, as well as a rigorous and accredited academic course.
LIVE: Housing in furnished apartments on the George Washington University campus, just steps from the White House and Department of State, as well as the Foggy Bottom Metrorail station.
LEARN: Transferrable academic courses in economics and government accredited by George Mason University.
INTERN: Internships with government agencies, Congressional offices, policy groups, political organizations, and law firms throughout the Washington area. Each site is accessible to public transportation, making it easy to get from home to work to class and back again.
CONNECT: Site briefings at key Washington institutions, guest lectures featuring influential and thoughtful leaders, networking events and much more!

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until March 16, 2016 for the summer program, but students are encouraged to apply by the early deadline of December 10, 2015 to receive priority admissions and scholarship consideration, as well as a 5% discount on their tuition balance.

0 Response to 'Summer Opportunity in DC with Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation'

Post a Comment


Search by Tags

academic support ADAPTS admissions advising African American history AIESEC alums ambassadors american history architecture archives art athletics atlanta Atlanta History Center awards blog books business campus career fair careers CETL children CIOS civil rights classes clubs co-op commencement communication competition computers conference congratulations consulting counseling culture deadline debate degree petition design distance learning diversity documentary economics education energy entrepreneurship environment essay contest EU events exams faculty FASET fellowships film finance financial aid Fulbright fun funding geography Georgia Tech globalization government graduate graduate school graduate student graduation grants GRE health historic preservation history honor society honors program honors society housing HSOC HTS human rights IAC info session innovation international International Plan internship Ivan Allen College jobs journalism languages law leadership lecture legislative liberal arts library living history LMC marketing math media medicine mentor military minors museums national security networking news non-profit NSF OAG panel Peace Corps policy politics pre-health pre-law pre-teach presentation professional development public health public policy public relations publishing PURA race recruitment registration religion research Research Option resume SAA SAB safety scholarships science science and technology studies seniors service service learning sexual assault SGA Shadow Day SHOT social justice social media social work sociology sophomores speaker sports Sports Society and Technology startup STEM stress students study abroad summer programs sustainability talks Teach for America teachers teaching teamwork tech wreck technology textbooks thanksgiving theater ThinkBig tips tours Tower transportation tutoring Twitter undergraduate urban volunteer Washington D.C. website women Women's Resource Center work abroad workshops writing



School of History and Sociology
Georgia Institute of Technology
Old Civil Engineering Building
221 Bobby Dodd Way
Atlanta, GA 30332-0225