Two students discuss a research project in the Middlebury DLINQ offices.
We host, organize, and support numerous events that engage students and professionals.

As an extension of the Middlebury VT, Monterey CA, and global Middlebury communities, our office functions to serve students, faculty, and alumni in their academic and career related pursuits.

We proudly offer several DC-specific programs allowing members of the Middlebury community to extend their learning beyond classrooms.

Internship Programs

Our summer internship programs give students unique opportunities for hands-on experience while developing their professional skill set. Internships in DC for our undergraduate students are available each summer and graduate internships are offered throughout the academic year.

Nonproliferation Summit for High School Students

Our one-day program on June 20, 2024 gives high school students in the DMV a unique opportunity to learn about international security and nonproliferation from experts at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies. The application is quick and the learning opportunities with us are boundless.


Our innovative CapitolWorks program blends classroom learning with internship experiences. Students get concrete opportunities to put theories learned into practice, learning firsthand how U.S. federal policy is developed.

The Middlebury Institute of International Studies

Students who are completing a Master degree in International Trade and Economic Diplomacy come to Washington and spend time in the DC office during the program’s final semester.


Looking to get ahead? Want to help fellow members of your Middlebury community? Participate in our Middlebury in DC Mentorship program. Students are matched with alumni mentors to learn about their chosen field and attend career-related workshops and events.

Middlebury in DC
1400 K Street, NW
Suite 1225
Washington, DC 20005