A Day in the Life of a GHD Student
From classes to studying in the lounge with peers to working one-on-one with faculty members, learn more about what it’s like to be a student at Georgetown’s Global Human Development Program!
An Education to Transform the World
We’re a practitioner-based program, designed to give students the knowledge and skills needed to tackle today’s global issues. Students learn quantitative skills, gain a broad base of knowledge on international development, and specialize in a development topic they are passionate about. The summer internship, DC internship, and Capstone Project provide real-word experiences in preparation for a career in development.
DC: Where Global Development Begins
Washington is the heart of global development. U.S. agencies, non-profits, multi-lateral and bi-lateral organizations, and NGOs are headquartered right here in DC. There are countless opportunities as a GHD student, from conversations with heads of state, diplomats, and development leaders hosted at Georgetown to interning at some of the top development organizations to consulting for a government, donor agency, NGO, business, foundation, or organization through the Capstone Project.
This January, 30 students from across Georgetown University participated in the Global Social Innovation Lab (GSIL). During the GSIL, seven teams created and pitched solutions to global problems of equity,…
I wrote this blog post on the last day of my summer internship at gui2de and, coincidentally, the same day that the auto-savings application for tea farmers passed quality assurance…