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Career Programming

Through our career programming, GU Politics provides opportunities for Georgetown students to explore the various career paths in politics and public service that are available to them. We do this through career chats, site visits to leading political offices and organizations in Washington, internship panels, and skills-based trainings and workshops.

Get A Head Start On Your Career

Alexis and Laurence Pelosi Endowed Internship Fund

The Alexis and Laurence Pelosi Endowed Internship Fund provides financial support to undergraduate and graduate students from across the Georgetown community whose unique background or personal experiences, when evaluated holistically, would contribute to diversifying the field(s) of politics, public service, and/or the media.

Students stand outside Healy Hall.

Career Corner

Are you in the market for an internship or job? Check out our Career Corner for current openings in politics, policy, journalism, and related fields. We include opportunities for students of all years and levels of experience.

Workshops & Trainings

Our skills-based workshops and trainings provide Georgetown students the opportunity to put their best foot forward in the job and internship field. We have you covered regardless of your years of experience or future goals. Join an upcoming workshop or site visit to learn with us!

Ashley Houghton sits in GU Politics Living Room in front of screen that says "Careers in Communications and Advocacy"

Submit a Career Opportunity

Submit a career opportunity to be listed on our website.

Amna Nawaz speaks to students in living room.

Alumni Spotlights

Scott Syroka (C ’16) – City Councilmember, Johnston, IA

Aaron Bennet (C ’19) – Press/Digital Assistant, U.S. Senate

Ritika Ayer (MPP ’20) – Presidential Management Fellow, USAID