La Verne students can study and intern at Washington, D.C., through the University of La Verne’s partnership with the Washington Center.
The Washington Center has internships available for most majors, including communications, sciences, technology, law and international affairs, in government offices, international businesses and foreign embassies.
The Washington Center Internship program includes academic forums, courses and a professional portfolio along with the internship. For those who are accepted, financial aid, scholarships and housing are available.
Currently there are two La Verne students in Washington, D.C.
Students who are interested may contact Al Clark, professor of humanities, for approval and must have a minimum grade point average of 2.75, but students with lower GPAs will also be considered.