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Program Detail - Smithsonian Internship Semester

Smithsonian Internship Semester

Live, work (at the Smithsonian), and attend classes with Whitworth students and professor in Washington, D.C.

  • Live, work (at the Smithsonian), and attend classes with Whitworth students and professor in Washington, D.C.
  • Live on Capitol Hill with other Whitworth interns and college students from CCCU schools around the nation.
  • Gain significant work experience and bolster your résumé
  • Make valuable connections with Smithsonian researchers and explore the D.C. area.
  • Complete all of the requirements for an honors degree (with the exception of the two one-credit honors seminars).
  • The internship is designed for honors students but open to all qualified Whitworth students.
  • For more information, contact Professor Doug Sugano (dsugano@whitworth.edu), Professor Bendi Benson Schrambach (bbschrambach@whitworth.edu) or Associate Professor Will Kynes (wkynes@whitworth.edu).

Receive the following academic credits
13-19 credits:

  • CO350H (4 credits)
  • Upper-division honors Smithsonian seminar (3 credits, may fulfill one of several general education requirements)
  • Smithsonian internship (6-9 credits)
  • Independent study arranged with on-campus Whitworth major professor (0-3 credits)


Term(s):
January 2018

Approximate Cost:
$8,500

Credits:
13-19 credits

Leaders:
Will Kynes