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Washington Summer Program for Minority Male College Sophomores

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Just passing it on...if you know any undergrads that might be interested, please share with them. The program contact info is below.

The Institute for Responsible Citizenship is currently accepting applications for its summer program at Georgetown University in Washington, DC .

Each summer, 12 of the most promising young minority male college sophomores in the country (possibly 24 this coming summer) are given the chance to travel to the nation's capital and engage in prestigious internships while taking rigorous classes at Georgetown.

The courses in government and economics are designed to provide these young men with the skills necessary to critically analyze the world's problems while adhering to a deep respect for civil liberties. When
the students are not in class or at work, they are often called upon to attend social functions designed to help them network in their field.

Personal meetings with such leaders as Colin Powell, John Lewis, and Clarence Thomas are made possible by the intimate nature of the program.

The program runs from June 3 - July 28 and is a two-summer commitment (accommodations are made for students on the quarter system). During their first summer, students' primary responsibilities outside of their internships are their academic courses. The following summer, in addition to their internships, mentorship with the latest cohort of Institute students and young high school students becomes a

Tuition and housing are paid for by the Institute, while students are expected to pay for their transportation and food. In addition, those not placed in paid internships will receive a stipend in the amount of $2500. While there are no major requirements, the program focuses on attracting young men interested in the fields of law, politics,
business, academics, and the ministry. You should be a sophomore to apply, however, juniors are considered if they are committed to attending graduate or professional school directly following their senior year.

To give you an idea of the kind of students we have in our program, here are some statistics from our 2006 cohort: GPA Range: 3.02 - 3.97 Average: 3.65 Leadership At least one post held at time of applicationMore information, along with the application, can be found on the web

The application deadline is February 1.

Inquiries should be directed to
or (202) 659-2831.

Those considering applying are highly encouraged to review the website and contact our office before filling out the application.

Institute for Responsible Citizenship
1227 25th Street, NW, 6th Floor
Washington, DC 20037
(202) 659-2831 phone
(202) 659-0582 fax


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