Welcome TAMU students and interns! Washington is a great city and great things await you in your time here. To help you meet your fellow Aggies and network with others in the area, the National Capital Texas A&M Club hosts numerous events throughout the year at some great locations.
Lead by our VP of Outreach and Deputy Director of Student Outreach, a team of dedicated volunteers will find fun venues and invite plenty of established Ags in the DC area to help you find jobs, figure out the Metro, help locate available housing, and lots more. Check the calendar to see what Intern & Student events are coming up. See you there!
Want to live & work in DC? Check out all the opportunities for Aggie Students!
First, take advantage of the power of the Aggie Network by posting in our discussion forum that you’re looking for a job and/or place to live in DC. You never know what opportunities your fellow Ags might have available for you! Also, check out all the cool neighborhhoods in DC and decide which one fits your needs best.
As one of Texas A&M University’s premier leadership and development opportunities, the Public Policy Internship Program (PPIP) provides a unique opportunity for students to combine academics with policy knowledge and professional work experience.
Through PPIP, undergraduate and graduate students actively participate in the policy process at the state, national or international level. The credit-bearing internship program is offered year-round, allowing students to participate in the fall, spring or summer semesters. Interns take away a better understanding of their individual strengths and professional goals, while gaining valuable experience with the federal government process.
The Agricultural and Natural Resources Policy (ANRP) Internship Program is one of the premier leadership opportunities in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Texas A&M University. Through this program, students complete exciting, policy-focused internships for a semester while earning academic credit.
ANRP interns acquire many different skills in a professional and dynamic work environment, and serve to ensure that the leaders of government effectively work while being well-informed of timely issues in the agricultural sector.
Apply directly to the office of a member of the House of Representatives or one of the numerous House Committees.
Serve in the United States Senate as a staffer or fellow in wide-ranging capacities.
Trade associations, think tanks, non-profit coalitions, and more are always looking for interns in DC!