Not sure what your plans are for this summer, but hoping they have something to do with politics? Interested in a DC internship program for the fall? The following opportunities may have something to offer you:

June 5th-10th, NEW Leadership Pennsylvania, hosted by the Pennsylvania Center for Women and Politics at Chatham University, is an intensive, non-partisan, six-day residential program to allow students to meet women leaders, learn about women in American politics, and develop and practice leadership skills through panel discussions, workshops, and hands-on projects. The application deadline has been extended until April 1st, so please contact for more details or for a copy of the application.

In the fall, please consider Leadership and the American Presidency, The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation’s new program in partnership with The Fund for American Studies. A 15-week program, it is designed for undergrad students studying political science, history, government and other related fields who are interested in serving their community and country as civic-minded leaders in a variety of fields including public and non-profit service. It combines experiential learning, lectures, readings, and guest speakers, and all courses are accredited by George Mason University (student may enroll in up to 12 credits in the fall). The application deadline for the fall program is April 15th, so, again, please contact for more details regarding the application process.