Internships Provide Great Professional Experiences


The Washington D.C. and Topeka Internship Program offers qualified undergraduate students, regardless of major, the opportunity to intern and study in Washington, D.C. or Topeka, and earn 9 hours of course credit. The internship period is from January to May. Placements are available with members of Congress, the executive branch, interest groups, environmental organizations, education and trade associations, news agencies, embassies, political think tanks, and other agencies. Stipends and housing vouchers are available to students.  Please contact Professor Neal Allen at (316) 978-7133 or with any questions.

Deadline for Spring 2024 Applications: Monday, October 10th at 4:00 PM