Government & Foreign Affairs Department

Sunday, October 25, 2015
Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow - Amb. Thomas D. Boyatt
Contact C. Carroll Jones, phone 6243

Rising Senior Gains Global Perspective through Internship Rising Senior Gains Global Perspective through Internship
Joseph Lantagne '16 traveled to New York City this summer for an eight week internship with the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC). Full Story...

Internship Abroad Helps Young Students in West AfricaInternship Abroad Helps Young Students in West Africa
Like many of his classmates, Tim Morgan '16 spent part of his summer as an intern. He traveled to Dakar, Senegal, to work for the non-profit organization, Pencum Ndakaru, which is a subordinate branch of Childfund International. Full Story...

Drew Prehmus '08

Hampden-Sydney's Government and Foreign Affairs department is one of only "two or three others like it in the United States," according to the National Review guide to the top 50 liberal arts colleges in the country. Labeled "politically astute" by The Princeton Review, students study contemporary political problems grounded in the history of political thought. A major is an excellent foundation for legal study or positions in local, state, or federal government.

"When I was Student Body President at Hampden-Sydney, the alumni who were members of the Virginia Legislature invited me to go with them to the ceremonial opening of that year's session at Jamestown, in recognition of Virginia's 400th anniversary. It was almost more exciting than the time I spent working at the White House- which is an excellent example, by the way, of the kind of internships Hampden-Sydney students can get."

Drew Prehmus '08
Government & Foreign Affairs major
Student Body President, White House intern
Special Assistant to the President, Hampden-Sydney College