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October 1, 2012

Summer 2013 | Cal in the Capital

Summer 2013 | Cal in the Capital

Want to spend Summer 2013 in Washington, D.C., pursuing a challenging internship and living in the heart of the city with other Cal students?

Come To A CAL IN THE CAPITAL Information Session To Find Out How!

Learn from our 45-year-old CITC network about the intricacies of searching, applying, and working for various prestigious internships and receive housing at the UCDC Washington Center in the heart of D.C.

Information Sessions:

Wednesday, October 3rd at 8pm in 102 Wurster
Monday, October 15th at 8pm in 126 Barrows

Like our Facebook page and check our website frequently to find the locations of these information sessions, our office hour times and locations, updates on application dates, as well as pictures and posts from past CITC interns' experiences! The links are at the bottom of this post.

To date, over 2,100 CITC interns have provided 756,000 hours of service, impacting all areas of government and many non-governmental organizations. Cal in the Capital interns are in high demand across Washington, D.C!

· Receive professional mentors from Cal's D.C. alumni network

· Students from ALL majors, backgrounds, and interests welcome

· Freshman to graduating seniors are encouraged to apply!

· Past CITC interns have served in hundreds of different settings – including Congressional offices, federal agencies, think tanks, research centers, and nonprofits.

· Need-based scholarships or financial aid resources available

The application for Summer 2013 will be released online at on October 5th, and will be due Friday, October 26th at 5pm.

Questions? Contact the CITC Student Directors at


Brynna Quillin, Alumni & Employer Outreach Director
Sarah Lewis, Recruitment & Marketing Director
Stephanie Thomas, Academic & Events Director

CITC is a program of the Cal Corps Public Service Center at UC Berkeley, which promotes social action through engaged scholarship, campus-community partnerships, and student leadership. Last year through the Center nearly 4,000 students provided 225,000 hours of service to off-campus communities.