The Brown in Washington, D.C. fellowship program offers students a semester in Washington, D.C. during their junior or senior year, interning with public and nonprofit sector agencies and completing coursework complementing their internship placement.
Academic Requirements: Students will enroll in 3 Brown University courses, which will fulfill 16 credit hours during the semester in D.C.
- PLCY 1823: “Brown in Washington, D.C. Practicum”: 25-hours/week internship placement, (2 credits) S/NC only
- PLCY 1822: Social Policy and Social Justice: Contestation and Compromise (J. Tambornino) S/NC or Grade
- PLCY 1825: The New National Security: Transnational and Cross-Border Issues (P. Reeves and J. Klein) S/NC or Grade
- Junior or senior in good academic standing (open to all concentrations)
- Demonstrated interest in public service (this can be shown through course work or volunteer/community/professional experience)
- Completed a year on campus prior to the program
Interested students should also consider program dates for a full timeline.
We are currently not accepting applications to the Brown in Washington Program. Please check back for updates on the next application cycle.