Summary: The Honors in Washington Internship Program is made possible with support from the Georgia Power Honors Fund, the Carmical
Honors Program Support Fund, the William T. Blackstone Honors Program Scholarship Fund, the Charles M. Hicks Fund, and the
Honors Program Annual Fund. The Honors in New York Internship Program is made possible with support from the Honors in New
York Internship Fund. The Honors Internship with the U.S. Attorney is made possible with support from the Honors Program Annual
Honors Internship Programs
Summer 2011 Application
Honors Internship Programs place students in summer internships in Washington D.C., New York, and Savannah.
Internship sites include congressional offices, law firms, media companies, think tanks, and nonprofit organizations.
Placements are determined by a variety of factors, including a student's academic interests, professional goals, and skills.
Interns work an average of forty hours a week for a minimum of eight weeks, and receive a stipend to offset travel and
Second- and third-year (based on date of enrollment, not credit hours) Honors students in good standing are eligible to
apply for internships in summer 2011. Submit your application package to the first-floor reception desk of Moore College
by 5:00 p.m., Friday, October 22, 2010. Interviews will begin in early November. Interns will be chosen mid-
December. Direct questions to Maria de Rocher, Coordinator of Honors Programming, 212 Moore College, 706-542-
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