Virtual D.C. Internship - Full Scholarships Available

Are you interested in changing the world? Are you looking for a program that seeks to instill leadership and civil discourse in undergraduate students? We’ve got the program for you…and there’s even full scholarships available!

The Leadership and the American Presidency (LTAP) program is accepting undergraduate students for their Summer 2020 program in Washington, DC. The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute’s Leadership and the American Presidency is a program designed to develop the next generation of citizen leaders. This includes an accredited leadership course grounded in real history, exclusive interactions with real leaders from across sectors, with application of skills and knowledge in a real world internship setting and in authentic course assignments. The Ronald Reagan Institute’s program does not seek to change your mind about the issues, but instead seeks to change your mind about each other. Students participating in the program come from diverse majors (all majors accepted), backgrounds, political orientations, and all across the country.

The Leadership and the American Presidency program will transition to a virtual program for this summer. The change was necessary because of decisions by George Mason University and George Washington University to suspend in-person classes and student housing this summer. That means we will not be able to offer an in-person program; however, we are planning to bring the excitement of a Washington, DC summer to you virtually through our LTAP Virtual Summer program.

Dedicated scholarships available for Heidelberg University students! For more information visit or email Kimberly Flickinger at

Application Link:

Application Deadline: May 5th

If you have any questions and are interested, please email Dr. Bowman A.S.A.P. at And please pass this along to anyone else who may be interested!


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