CISL Junior Program students who are enrolled in the Georgetown program live on the beautiful campus of Georgetown University (in the same dorms that American college students live in during the year!). When students aren’t in class or exploring the gorgeous campus, they are usually in nearby Downtown Washington D.C. and visiting historic buildings and monuments. But life in Georgetown is much more than just visiting the impressive landmarks Washington D.C.. What is it really like in Georgetown? Read on to find out.
Activities for CISL Junior Program Georgetown Students
In addition to the many activities CISL has planned for students, on free days students have the option of exploring with their group leader. Click on the link below to see a sample Georgetown Activities Calendar and read on to get some more ideas!
1. Explore the Potomac
The city is built on the banks of this river, and many choose to see the city from the water by booking a river cruise. You can also rent kayaks to explore the river on your own!
If you prefer to stay on dry land, you can walk along the riverfront and enjoy its shops and restaurants.
Check out Trip Advisor for more information about the activities on the river.
2. Eat a variety of foods!
Southern Italian? Seafood? French? American Steakhouse? Sushi? Sandwiches? Whatever you are in the mood for, you can find in Georgetown!
Click here for a comprehensive list of the restaurants in Georgetown.
Abercrombie & Fitch, BCBG, Diesel, Levi’s, Nike . . . the list goes on and on! Check out this Georgetown Fashion site for a map of all the stores, most of which are on Wisconsin and M Streets. And be careful, shopaholics! 🙂
Click here to learn more about the CISL Junior Program in Georgetown. CISL also offers Junior Programs in New York City, New Haven (Yale University), Berkeley, Los Angeles, and San Diego.
All photos from the Georgetown Facebook page.