The application to the Emerson College, D.C. Program for Fall 2024 will be available on The Washington Center (TWC). Both the TWC and Emerson application must be completed by April 15, 2024 in order to be considered.
A $60 application fee is due at the time of application. The Fall 2024 application deadline is April 15, 2024. However, admission for qualified applicants is on a rolling basis and may close before the published deadline date, so it is always best to apply early. Those students interested in interning for any government agency are especially encouraged to apply early, and some internships sites have an earlier application deadline. Please check the TWC site for more information. Enrollment is limited to 20 students maximum.
The application consists of the following:
- TWC Application
- Campus liaison. Associate Professor Vincent Raynauld is the Emerson College, D.C. Program director. He is also the Campus ‘Liaison’ name to type on your TWC application. He will review your application after it's been submitted.
- Also complete the Emerson D.C. Program Application
- Personal and academic information
- Interest area preferences
- Resume that clearly outlines your educational, volunteer, leadership, and work experience
- Statement of professional interest that describes the types of activities you’d like to be involved with during the internship and how they relate to your career goals. Do not mention the name of any specific organizations.
- Issues essay that discusses one issue related to the area in which you wish to work. You should make note of your personal views on the topic. This is not meant to be a research paper but it should show you have some background knowledge and interest in the topic.
- Official transcript (official transcripts may be requested online via eCommon)
- $60 nonrefundable application fee
The College reserves the right to withdraw this offering if it fails to generate sufficient enrollment. Participants should be guided by this policy when making travel arrangements. Emerson College is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution.
In order to pursue a course of study at a U.S. institution of higher education, you need to maintain an appropriate immigration status. Please consult with the Office of Education Abroad and Domestic Programs.
Education Abroad and Domestic Programs
120 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02116-4624
Email: washington [at] emerson.eduspamspan="" title="Email about the DC Program"
The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars
1005 3rd Street, NE
Washington, DC 20036-2205
Main Telephone: 202-238-7900
Toll-Free Number: 800-486-8921
Email: info [at] twc.eduspamspan="" title="Email the Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars"