Washington DC Semester in International Affairs
The Washington, DC Semester in International Affairs is a fall-semester program for undergraduates that combines an international affairs-focused internship and regular seminars with prominent speakers and distinguished UW-Madison alumni who work in professional, academic, and diplomatic fields related to international affairs.
Past internships have included: UN Foundation; CSIS; Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; Corporate Council on Africa; Amnesty International; Voice of America; Sullivan Foundation; Manchester Trade; Peace Corps; National Academy of Sciences; International Fund for Agricultural Development; Center for Advanced Defense Studies; Vital Voices; Council of the Americas; Genocide Intervention Network; National Defense University, etc.
Regular application deadline for Fall 2013: February 22, 2013
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DC Semester International Affairs Reception:
November 30, 2010
Participants in the DC Semester Program, prominent UW alumni, and faculty of the university gathered on Tuesday, November 30, to celebrate the DC Internship Program and highlight new developments in International Affairs at UW-Madison.