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Research Opportunities

The Hamilton Washington, D.C. Program offers a combination of rigorous academic study and real-world experience in national government to the 16 juniors and seniors who participate each fall. Students do research and attend seminars led by a resident member of Hamilton's Government Department while working full time in a Washington, D.C., office. In recent years, students have worked in the White House Communications Office, the Senate Judiciary Committee, the State Department and the Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division.

Created in 1969, the provides a combination of academic study and experience in national government to the 16 juniors and seniors who participate in the program each fall. Students conduct research and attend seminars led by a resident member of the department while working full time in Congressional and/or executive offices. In recent years, students have worked in the White House Communications Office, the Senate Judiciary Committee, the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division, and in the State Department.

Contact Information


Government Department

198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323
315-859-4450 315-859-4477 government@hamilton.edu
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