Baylor University Alumni in the Washington, D.C. Area

Hundreds of Baylor University graduates live and work in Washington, D.C. The strong bond among Baylor graduates is nowhere more visible than in our nation's capital. Whether getting together to watch the Bears on television, playing softball, mentoring student interns, or hosting Baylor visitors to the city, our Washington, D.C., alumni constantly project a favorable and dynamic image of Baylor University. The annual Poage-Mayborn Washington Internship Program each summer provides an opportunity to bring together graduates and current students. Due to the efforts of the Baylor Women's Council of Washington, D.C., Baylor interns are now linked with an alumni mentor. Read more about the Baylor DC Intern Buddies Program and the Baylor Women's Council of Washington, D.C., below:

Baylor DC Intern Buddies
The Baylor DC Intern Buddies program is sponsored by the Baylor Women's Council of Washington, D.C. This program matches both male and female Baylor students interning in the Washington metropolitan area with local alumni mentors. Students of all majors and internships are eligible for participation, both during summer internships and internships during the fall and spring semesters. For more information, contact Dr. James Curry at

Baylor Women's Council of Washington, D.C.
The Baylor University Women's Council of Washington, D.C., is an organization of Baylor alumnae, spouses, friends and mothers of Baylor students. The purposes are to promote fellowship among Baylor-related women and raise scholarship funds for local Baylor students. By becoming active in the BUWC, women have the opportunity to connect with other Baylor friends and support the institution that has played a strong and meaningful role in all of our lives. BUWC-DC hosts several programs and events each year that are open to all DC area Baylor alumni. For more information, visit