Monthly Archives: December 2012

Internship with US Agency for International Development (USAID) in Washington, DC

USAID is currently recruiting for a Winter Contraceptive Commodities Security & Logistics Intern. Our internships are paid and our interns work  within the US Agency for International Development (USAID) in the Agency’s Washington, DC headquarters.


The winter Contraceptive Commodities Security & Logistics Internship will likely work with the program February 12, 2013 – June 7, 2013. The Internship is available to current graduate students, as well as graduate student alumni. In order to allow more people to apply, we recently extended the application deadline to January 4th.


We will also be offering a Summer Contraceptive Commodities Security & Logistics Internship. We are currently accepting applications for all of our summer 2013 internships, which close on January 28th. Information about our summer 2013 internships can be found on our website


If any of your students would like to know what it’s like to be a Commodities Security and Logistics intern at USAID, here is a link to a profile of one of our intern alumna:

Summer 2013 Class Schedule Released

*Current schedule lists two additional DNSC courses which will NOT be offered.  Listing is in error.  We will NOT be offering either of the DNSC 6290 (elective) classes that are listed.  Offerings limited to DNSC 6247, 6254, and 6257.

Summer 2013 Schedule

10-Week Session (3 Credit Courses):

May 20 – August 17, 2013


6-Week Sessions (1.5 Credit Courses):

Summer Session I: May 20 – June 29, 2013

Summer Session II: July 8 – August 17, 2013


Current GW Students

Students who are currently enrolled at GW are eligible to register for summer courses using the GWeb Information System beginning March 2013. Visit the Schedule of Classes for full details on available courses. If you have yet to develop a plan with the program director, Cambria Happ, consult with her prior to making course selections. 30-minute advisement session are available via Any holds that are applied to a student’s account must be cleared prior to registering.