Every semester, including Summer, the Red House employs a team of talented Georgetown students who are committed to advancing equity, improving access and the humanization of the curriculum.
Students serve as core team members, their fist hand experience, questions and perspectives improve every one of our projects. Our work follows an R&D process implemented to offer a new and innovative curricular experience for all Georgetown students.There are opportunities for students to partner with the Red House at every phase of work, from design to evaluation and back to design.
2023 Red House Senior Student Associates with Red House director, Randy Bass, together at the Spring student celebration.
Featured experiential learning opportunities
Each semester we highlight a selection of credit-bearing, cross-disciplinary experiential opportunities for Georgetown undergraduate students. These programs are currently accepting applications for Summer and Fall 2023!
Power of Dialogue
The Capitol Applied Learning Labs
Register for UNXD courses
Each semester, we offer a variety of courses ranging from 1-3 credits that focus on personal and professional development, applied learning, or grappling with today's most pressing challenges around the world.
See Course Schedule
Attend our events
The Red House is a convening space. We invite students and other stakeholders to attend our events, including workshops, open houses, and our dinner series with featured guest speakers.
Work with us
We hire student workers throughout the academic year and summer to work with staff members on the development and implementation of Red House projects.
“Oh, and if she were a lab-instrument, Professor Elmendorf would be a microfuge. There’s a brand called Eppendorf. Very punny.”
“Whether big or small, people are responsible for the impacts of their actions – from how your supply chain affects people you’ve never met to how one conversation may change a colleague’s sense of belonging at work.”
“By bringing the idea of basic human dignity into policy and economics, we could change the lenses with which we view some of the challenges of international development.”