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Required Documents

Each program location to which you are applying will require its own application. Please provide the following: 

  1. Completed, location-specific PPIP application (typed)
  2. Location-specific cover letter
  3. Professional resume
  4. Policy essay
  5. Official college transcript(s)
  6. Letters of recommendation



When to apply for the program based on the term you would like to intern:

Location Summer 2024 Fall 2024 Spring 2025
Washington, D.C. Deadline passed Applications due February 15 by 5 pm Applications open: August 2024
International Locations Deadline passed Applications due February 15 by 5 pm Applications open: August 2024
Austin, Texas Not offered Not offered Priority application deadline March 25 by 5 pm

*Please take note that students interested in interning with departments/agencies at our Washington D.C. location have special application deadlines set by the hosting organization. These departments and agencies include, but are not limited to: FBI, CIA, White House, etc. Students are responsible for applying independently to these organizations by their deadline as well as applying to PPIP by the deadline above for consideration.

Things to Consider

For documents that must be sent via postal mail, please use the addresses listed below:

Public Policy Internship Program
600 John Kimbrough Blvd, Suite 515
2402 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843

*The office of Policy Internship Programs is closed on Saturday and Sunday. Please be aware we also close on University Holidays as listed on the  Academic Calendar.


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