Living In D.C.
Beginning in August 2016, our D.C. interns reside in the Washington Intern
Housing Network facility. It is a high-end living environment
with a workout facility, dedicated WiFi for each apartment, a
swimming pool, theater, and is designed for academic programs, with
classroom and computer facilities. The complex is located in the
Capitol Hill/H Street area, near the bustling H Street Coordinator,
one block from Union Station, and about an eight-minute walk to the
US Supreme Court. The building has central air conditioning,
laundry facilities in each apartment, classrooms, computer labs,
and is secured by special entry locks and security guards.
The 2016-17 housing costs for the semester-long program, which
do not include any meals, are $4,500/student. Because of the
Washington Center's academic amenities, security, and close
proximity to the metro, it is highly recommended that students
Check out recommendations from
recent Interns on what to bring and where to eat!
Planning your trip to Washington DC? Here's some information
that might be helpful:
Students in the program are discouraged from bringing cars to
Washington, D.C. due to the extreme shortage of parking spaces, the
high costs of both long- and short-term parking, and long commute
times. The metro (subway system) provides convenient access to all
major residential, governmental, and commercial areas in and around