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Brandeis Midyears in the Washington Mentorship Program

Washington DC

Take advantage of a wonderful opportunity to study, intern, and live in Washington, D.C. for the fall semester. Brandeis University has worked with American University to create an academic and experiential program for Brandeis University Midyear students.

As you know, college is about setting the foundation for your future, and what better way to start college than in a program that places you at the intersection of an academic experience, as you intern with an organization in Washington, D.C. You can do this when you participate in the Washington Mentorship Program (WMP).

And when it’s time to join Brandeis for spring semester, you’ll leave with 16 credits that will go with you to Brandeis (so you can still be on track to graduate), real-world work experience and life-long friends and mentors.

Here are some of the comments from the fall 2013 Brandeis midyears:

  • "I really enjoyed being involved in an organization that was making tangible changes in the world.”
  • “It has helped me decide what direction I want my life, including my career, to go in.”
  • “I got to meet a whole lot of people and working with diverse people helped me expand my network. “

 

To Participate:

If you have been accepted to Brandeis University for the spring semester and are interested in participating in the Washington Mentorship Program in the fall please complete the application form found here and e-mail it back to us at mentorship@american.edu by May 9, 2014.

Please also have a copy of your high school transcript sent to:

Washington Mentorship Program
American University
4400 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20016-8083

STUDENT PERSPECTIVE

Check out this article from Brandeis Midyear James Hayward about his experience with the Washington Mentorship Program.