Washington, D.C. is one of the most diverse, dynamic cities in the country. As the nation’s capital, it plays host to some of the most iconic cultural landmarks in the world including the Kennedy Center, the National Mall, the collection of Smithsonian museums, and the annual National Cherry Blossom Festival, just to name a few. It has monuments to some of the world’s greatest leaders and policymakers located throughout the city - nowhere else could you take a 5-mile run and see the Capitol, White House, Washington Monument, Jefferson & Lincoln Memorials, the World War II, Korea, and Vietnam War memorials, and the future home of the National Museum of African American Culture & 历史!
华盛顿特区。提供所有在一个下午数百名骑自行车，并且可以带你通过特区，弗吉尼亚州跑步路径和马里兰英里。或者让你的锻炼访问华盛顿的许多博物馆之一 - 其中有超过70个！
华盛顿特区。是政策制定的美国震中。除了国会（和它的许多实体，包括美国国会研究服务，美国国会图书馆），华盛顿哥伦比亚特区是家里所有的主要行政分支机构，这意味着它是家庭对数百个社团的，智囊团和其他实体，致力于创造，塑造和制定公共政策。学生在华盛顿特区代表-PP有追求的展示位置，不仅测试他们的法律和决策技能，但设置它们带来了知识和战略回德州无限的机会 - 或任何他们结束练习。
Aggies are everywhere in D.C. - from the halls of Capitol Hill to the halls of the Pentagon. 在阿吉网络 in D.C. is one of the largest in the country and students in the REP-PP in Washington, D.C. will be given every opportunity to join its ranks. 学生s in D.C. also will have opportunities to interact with other Aggies serving in internships through the Texas A&M Public Policy Internship Program - a program that has sent over 1,300 students to D.C. since its inception in 1990.
Like its counterpart in Austin, Texas, the REP-PP in Washington, D.C. is designed to give students substantive experiential learning opportunities in the policymaking arena. Students in Washington, D.C. have opportunities to be placed throughout the federal government, not just Capitol Hill. The program is designed to give Texas A&M students experience in all aspects of policymaking so they can take that experience back to Texas or elsewhere. 学生s will leave this program with substantive experiential learning and application under their belts and will have met some of the state’s most prominent and influential leaders in policymaking. The program includes a guided, substantive seminar component led by an expert in policymaking during which students explore ethical, procedural, strategic, and leadership issues that lawyers in the public sector face every day - regardless of whether they are handling local, state, national, or international issues.