Native American Students Intern on Capitol Hill

Students in the Native American Political Leadership Program interned with the first Native American women elected to Congress.

August 8, 2019

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Photo by: Tatyana Hopkins/GW Today

For the past 14 years, NAPLP has placed over 200 Native American, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian students from across the country in internships on Capitol Hill, in policy and tribal organizations and nonprofit sites across D.C.

The program is run by the GW’s AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy (AT&T CIPP) within the College of Professional Studies.

Nolan Arkansas and Jordan Oglesby participated in GW's Native American Political Leadership Program and interned with the first Native American women elected to Congress.


Read the full story in GW Today.