Opportunities

Surrounded by changemakers and innovators, grab a seat at the table and take advantage of the deep connections that we have built over our 200+ year history in this city. You’ll find Hoyas at every turn who can introduce you to opportunities that will unlock your future.

Two students work on laptops next to the Capitol Building.

Intern While You Study

Our location in DC opens the door for students to intern for a number of notable companies, applying concepts from the classroom to make a real impact.

The building that hosts the Capitol Applied Learning Lab
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Live and Work Downtown

For those seeking an immersive internship experience, The Capitol Applied Learning Lab (The CALL) can help you navigate your chosen career path, live downtown and take courses that will enrich your professional skillset.

Georgetown's Venture Lab

Incubate Your Next Big Idea

Are you an entrepreneur? The McDonough School of Business’ Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative launched a Venture Lab just blocks from the White House. Here you’ll meet mentors, network with alumni and participate in social and professional events.

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The Beeck Center

Be a part of the solution at the Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation. The experiential hub equips our future leaders with the tools needed to further the common good. Partner with thought leaders on the cutting edge to bring data, design thinking and other tools to bear on real-world problems.

Bradley Cooper speaks in Gaston Hall
President Obama speaks from the Old North Steps.
Paul Ryan speaks at Georgetown
Ruth Bader Ginsberg speaks in Gaston Hall
Bono speaks at Georgetown
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf speaks at Commencement
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VIP Access

Beyond access to local events throughout the city, our location in DC means we convene global leaders to share their incredible experiences with our student, staff and faculty body. You’ll have unparalleled access to business leaders, heads of state, cabinet members, filmmakers, actors and artists as they visit Georgetown to share their stories.