Situated in Washington, D.C., Georgetown University’s Master of Arts in Democracy and Governance offers students the opportunity to pursue internships and employment opportunities relevant to their coursework. Students can receive up to six (6) academic credits through research tutorials designed to synthesize the workplace experience with program coursework.
75%More than 75% of Democracy and Governance students intern or work full-time for the federal government, non-profit organizations, consulting firms, and think tanks.
The Democracy and Governance Program works with the Walsh School of Foreign Service Career Development Center and its career advisers to help students identify and obtain internships and careers relevant to their studies and interests.
Hoya Gateway, Georgetown University’s premier networking platform, is a community of over 8,000 alumni and students eager to connect for meaningful career conversations. Students can connect with volunteering alumni to gain a better understanding of career industries and to build a broad network of alumni resources.
To date, students and graduates have interned or obtained full-time employment with the following organizations: