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UCDC - Program Overview

 Washington Program - Overview

The University of California Washington Program (UCDC) provides UCSB students with a unique opportunity to live, work as interns, study, and conduct research in our nation’s political and cultural epicenter, Washington, D.C. Designed for undergraduates in their junior and senior years, the program assumes students have completed a significant part of their upper-division major coursework and that their internships and research projects will serve to enhance their academic study. The UCDC program offers something for everyone, so students in all fields are welcome and encouraged to apply! Science students might find Summer Quarter particularly attractive.

Organizations UCSB students have recently interned for include National Archives, Department of Education, White House Correspondence Office, World Wildlife Fund, Meet the Press, and Environmental Protection Agency.

Application deadlines:
Winter 2015: Open until filled - CONTACT US NOW
Spring 2015: November 14
Summer 2015: TBA (early-February)
Fall 2015: TBA (mid-February)

Upcoming Info Sessions

All following info sessions will take place in 1115 North Hall from 4:00-5:00 pm

Tues. October 7
Weds. October 8
Tues. November 4
Weds. November 5
Tues. January 13
Weds. January 14
Tues. February 17
Weds. February 18
Tues. March 10
Weds. March 11
Tues. April 7
Weds. April 8

Online Info Session