Florida International University is a window into the future of higher education and innovation in the United States. In Washington, D.C., our talent is unleashed to assert influence on the great challenges of our time.
An engaged presence in our nation’s capital is critical to forging new federal, corporate and international partnerships that propel our Worlds Ahead solutions.
We will expand the impact of our faculty research, provide students with dynamic academic and internship experiences, celebrate alumni leadership, and position our change-maker community as we amplify FIU’s voice in the national dialogue.
FIU in Washington D.C. advances our university’s research and leadership in areas of financial aid, STEM education, the cyber workforce, defense, extreme events, transportation, and the environment.
Our nation’s capital is the center of domestic, foreign and scientific policy. Decisions made by the federal government and influence asserted by corporations, media, think tanks, and foreign governments are all critical to the rise of FIU’s research innovation enterprise and global prestige. As over 2,500 alumni in the capital region prove, this is a strong market for impactful jobs and leadership opportunities.
Our community knows that change doesn’t wait for a diploma and transcends the tassel. FIU in DC’s career program is dedicated to bringing high promising diverse student leaders to the nation’s capital for one-of-a-kind internship experiences across industries. Our program brings student support, engagement, and career success to the forefront of the Washington experience. Our team is focused on developing students' professional and leadership acumen, while empowering them to positively impact and connect with their communities – local, national, international, and digital.
Connect with our team, mentor a student, or seek student candidates for employment opportunities by contacting FIU in D.C. Internship & Career Success Manager Ethan Starkey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every year, a group of motivated students and recent graduates follow their dreams in the nation’s capital and earn competitive internships. Yet for most students, these dreams are simply out of reach. Over half of our students are the first in their families to attend college, and nearly 50% of our undergrads depend on financial aid to support their studies alone. The prospect of a life-changing internship or job opportunity in Washington is unlikely, although they represent the exciting future of our country. By donating today, you will Make A Difference for our students in Washington, D.C.Give
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