All Texas A&M University interns in Washington, D.C. though the Policy Internship Programs Office live in fully-furnished apartments just a short 20-25 minute subway ride to Capitol Hill! Interns are housed in 3 bedroom apartments, typically 2 students per bedroom. Each apartment is a massive 1,700 square feet with a balcony. We’ve briefly included information about our intern housing operation below.
A Glimpse of Intern Housing
Intern Housing Components
- Fully Furnished 3-Bedroom Apartments
- Kitchen Utensils plus Pots and Pans
- Kichen Appliances
- Apartment Operated Front Desk/Concierge Service
- On-Site Program Staff
- Laundry Facilities
- Apartment Patio or Balcony
- 24-Hour Fitness Center
- Accessible Walking/Running Trails
- Walkable to Grocercy Stores/The Metro (Subway System)
- Garage Parking (limited)
Preparing to Live in the City
Do not stress about housing during your internship. This is what makes the program unique compared to other internship programs at other institutions. Once you are accepted into a program internship location with a residential component, students will attend a meeting to discuss housing expectations, policies, and roommate assignments. Program staff will also discuss at this meeting more details about what to bring, what not to bring, our modest housing deposit, and other aspects to prepare you for city living for the semester!