Resources for Interns
While you are in Washington, the Government Relations office functions as your Carnegie Mellon touchstone. Staff can help interns locate housing, find services and navigate the city. Think of the office as your campus away from campus and do not hesitate to contact the Director should a need arise.
Director, Washington Office
Office of Government Relations
Carnegie Mellon University
110 Maryland Avenue, NE
Washington, D.C. 20002
The Friedman Internship Program is unable to provide housing. However, the following list provides some suggestions for finding housing quickly.
Apartments and Sublets
Student and University Housing
Ward Circle (Massachusetts and Nebraska Avenues)
Singles for $284 per week, doubles for $235/week with a four-week minimum stay, from May 12 - August 11. Application online; non-refundable $200 deposit required with application (will be put towards housing balance). Gym access included in rates; free parking on campus; meal plans available.
Northeast, Washington, D.C. (approx. 3 miles north of the U.S. Capitol)
Singles and doubles for $19-$25 per night, if stay is longer than two months, from May 17 - August 12. $100 deposit required with application (will be put towards housing balance). Download application; fax or mail-in (preferred) completed application. Cheaper rooms have no air-conditioning or kitchen access.
George Washington University
Summer Housing Services
Singles for $24-$37 per night. Doubles for $25-$30 per night. Triples and quads for $24-$30 per night, from May 27-August 5.
Doubles in 4-7 person suites for $1795 from May 26 - August 3. Application online. First-come, first-served. Gym access; kitchen; air conditioning.
Washington Intern Student Housing (WISH)
WISH enjoys providing historic Capitol Hill housing for hundreds of Washington, D.C. interns each semester. Please view the Web site for details.
American Youth Hostel
1009 11th Street (Downtown)
$18-$26 per night. Kitchen, laundry, storage, Internet. Reservations required.