Work with Clients in one of the most influential cities in the world
America’s capital, Washington, D.C., is home to some of the largest, most prestigious consulting firms in the U.S., including McKinsey, BCG, Bain & Company, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Deloitte. Designed by Pierre Charles L’Enfant, Washington D.C.'s architecture beautifully displays elements of baroque, conservative, and modern styles.
Summer 2020: 4-week sessions
Session 1: May 24 - Jun 20
Session 2: Jun 21 - Jul 18
Session 3: July 19 - Aug 15
Summer 2020: 8-week sessions
Session 1: May 24 - Jul 18
Session 2: Jun 21 - Aug 15
Winter 2019/2020: 1-week sessions
Session 1: Dec 14 - 23
Session 2: Jan 4 - 13
Note: Site-date combinations may become unavailable as Fellowships fill, so we encourage you to apply early! Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for details on current program capacities.
Winter 2019 | 1-week:
Project Lead has non-MBB consulting experience: $2450 ($1500 enrollment fee + $950 program fee)
Project Lead has MBB consulting experience: $2950 ($1500 enrollment fee + $1450 program fee)
Summer 2020 | 4-week:
Project Lead has non-MBB consulting experience: $5950 ($1500 enrollment fee + $4450 program fee)
Project Lead has MBB consulting experience: $6950 ($1500 enrollment fee + $5450 program fee)
Summer 2020 | 8-week:
Project Lead has non-MBB consulting experience: $9950 ($1500 enrollment fee + $8450 program fee)
Project Lead has MBB consulting experience: $11950 ($1500 enrollment fee + $10450 program fee)
Note: Fellows who pay complete fee upon enrollment will receive a discount of $100, $200 or $400 depending on program length.
Request an application to learn more about Beacon Fellowships in Washington, D.C.
More about Washington, D.C.
A walk through D.C. is a walk through history. The streets and neighborhoods are lined with elegant, white marble monuments, reverential memorials, historical government buildings, and vast museums. The Jefferson Memorial sits by the tidal basin of the Potomac River, lined with the famous cherry blossoms that bloom each spring. The towering Washington Monument sits at the center of the mall as a beacon pointing toward the Lincoln Memorial, Smithsonian museums, White House, and Capitol building.
Step just outside of D.C. and discover the Great Falls, Mount Vernon, Monticello, and the Shenandoah mountains. Virginia and Maryland - the states surrounding D.C. - welcome you to explore their international cultures, amazing mountains and hiking trails, and quaint small towns.
Overflowing with opportunities and activities, D.C. never disappoints. The city's people boast in their exciting, fast-paced work, whether business, trading, or politics.