Connect with Buffs if you’re interested in government, politics or international affairs
Are you interested in politics or world affairs? Do you want to work in public service? Or learn more about how the government works? There are many ways to connect with fellow Buffs who have similar interests. From student organizations to political events, here’s how to get involved if you are interested in government, politics or international affairs. Discover campus programs
There’s no better time to learn about programs and opportunities that give you insight into politics and world affairs. Here are some places to get started.
CU Boulder Student Government (CUSG): CUSG is the official governing body of the nearly 34,000 students at CU Boulder. CUSG serves and has a meaningful impact on the lives of students through advocacy, representation, allocation and legislation. Beyond voting for new tri-executives each year, there are many ways to get involved in student government to ensure your voice is heard.
CU in D.C. internship program: CU in D.C. allows you to put classroom learning into real-world action. Participants spend time living, studying and interning in the nation’s capital. You can gain work experience at your internship in the daytime and continue your CU coursework with evening classes. It’s a chance to network, […]