CWA does not provide housing for interns.  Below are several resources in and around the city for finding housing

It is wise to look into these options early in order to be prepared for living costs and housing application deadlines. We recommend exploring your options at the time of application or soon after simply to plan ahead.

Thompson Markward Hall (Christian women’s home on Capitol Hill) 235 Second Street, NE (202) 546-3255 Includes breakfast and dinner Monday through Friday, brunch on Saturday, and brunch and dinner on Sunday. Union Station Metro

The Heritage Foundation (Conservative Policy Organization) Contact: Intern Housing Administrator 208 Massachusetts Ave., NE #100Washington, D.C. 20002 (202) 608-1605 E-mail: administrator@internhousingllc.comUnion Station Metro

Many interns choose to rent a room in a group house or from a family. You may want to contact area churches for information on housing opportunities.

McLean Bible Church Classifieds The options below are less likely to result in finding Christian or conservative roommates.

Craig’s List Website:

Washington Intern Student Housing (WISH)202-548-2720Various Locations.

Area Universities and Colleges (References to Metro refer to the city’s public train system. View Metro’s Web site at

American University Attn: AU Housing 4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20016-8242 (202) 885-3370 E-mail: Shuttle available to Tenleytown/AU Metro

Catholic University CUA Intern Housing620 Michigan Ave., N.E. Washington, DC 20064 (202) 319-5291 E-mail: cua-summer@cua.eduBrookland/CUA Metro

Gallaudet University Visitor Housing P.O. Box 2302 800 Florida Avenue, NEWashington, D.C. 20002 (202) 250-2002 E-mail: Shuttle to Union Station Metro

The George Washington University Housing Services Philip Amsterdam Residence Hall2350 H Street, NW Suite 106Washington, DC 20052 (202) 994-2552 E-mail: sumhouse@gwu.eduFoggy Bottom Metro or Farragut West Metro