KACIF Travel Grants

Note:  The information on this page is for the  KACIF Travel Grant only.  If you are interested in learning about the KACIF grants to support unpaid internships, please refer to the KACIF info page.

About the Grant

The Knowledge in Action Career Internship Fund (KACIF) Travel Grant is available to students who are participating in unpaid internships that will advance their career development and who need assistance in paying for their public transportation to and from the internship location. The grant was initiated in collaboration with the Student Association and made possible through the generous support of alumni, parents and other donors.

This reimbursement can only be used for necessarily unpaid internships, i.e., typically those internships with non-profit, governmental, educational and non-governmental organizations that genuinely lack the financial resources to pay salaries or wages to their interns.

General Info

  • Students must register their metro card with WMATA or the public transportation system used in that state, country, etc. at the start of their internship.
  • The grant covers reimbursement for public transportation expenses only (NO UBER, LYFT, personal mileage). Expenses for public transportation outside the DC metropolitan area are eligible; however, airfare is only eligible for international internships.
  • The total amount requested for reimbursement cannot exceed $300.00.
  • Recipients may be awarded only once during their career at GW.
  • The reimbursement may be used only for opportunities that took place during the semester in which the application is submitted.
  • Unpaid practicums, externships, internships, clinicals, etc. that are required as a part of program curriculum and unpaid research assistantships supporting faculty members are not eligible to receive grants.
  • Opportunities pursued to support a required research project/course (Practicum, etc.) are ineligible for funding.
  • Opportunities outside of the United States may be considered- approval of the opportunity through GW Passport must be included with your application.
  • Internships at the George Washington University are not eligible.
  • First-year undergraduate students are not eligible until the summer following their first academic year of study.  GW encourages first-year students to prioritize academics, explore campus life, and become active participants in the GW community. 
  • Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis (based on the availability of funding).
  • In order to receive the reimbursement, recipients are required to have direct deposit set up through Payroll Services. If you do not, please complete the direct deposit authorization form and return it via e-mail or in person at the Faculty & Staff Service Center.
  • Students will submit receipts and a summary of their travel expenses one time at the conclusion of their internship. Bank statements will not be accepted. Reimbursements will be paid at the conclusion of the internship (one-time only) after receiving all receipts and summary of all travel expenses.
  • Students who have internships that are contingent upon a security clearance are eligible to apply, but the award, if granted, will be contingent on the student eventually obtaining their security clearance.  If they do not pass, the KACIF grant award will be rescinded.

Eligible Students

  • Undergraduate and graduate students who are currently enrolled full-time or part-time in any degree program at GW during the application and internship period are eligible.  Your primary designation must be "student" in order to be eligible to submit an application. Exchange students are not eligible.
  • Awardees may only receive a grant once during his or her academic career at GW.  Past KACIF Travel recipients are not eligible to reapply for future funding.
  • Graduate students enrolled in the first semester of their degree program may apply for subsequent semesters, i.e., a graduate student who begins in the fall can apply for spring funding.
  • First-year undergraduate students may apply for funding for the summer after their first academic year of study.
  • International students who fit into the categories above are eligible to apply, but should first understand how the award would affect their taxes.

It is the student's responsibility to review and ensure they meet all eligibility requirements.  Funding is dependent on students meeting all requirements and funding will not be distributed if a student is found ineligible at any time during the funding semester.

Apply

KACIF Travel applications will be accepted on the first day of classes for each semester.  Submit an application through the MyGW application portal to be considered for a grant.  Students will receive a response within 14 business days of applying.  Applications will close on the final day of classes.

Reimbursement Guide

Watch this short clip to get tips on how to register your Metro card and also how to get a receipt of your usage history to use as a receipt for reimbursement.

Past KACIF Travel Grant Recipients & Internship Sites

Spring 2018

Devon Adams
GWSPH (MPH Health Policy)
Internship Site: U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions

Nelsy Affoum
ESIA (International Trade & Investment Policy)
Internship Site: Africare

Alicia Badley
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: U.S. Department of Justice

Abigail Becnel
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association

Navid Bionghi
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: United States Securities & Exchange Commission

Sydney Bleyl
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: International Institute for Strategic Studies

James Bondi
CCAS (Psychology)
Internship Site: U.S. House of Representatives

Abigail Brook
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Amnesty International

Katherine Brooke-Davidson
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Central American Resource Center

Laura Campiglia de Mendez
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Organization of American States

Steven Chao
ESIA (International Affairs & Geography)
Internship Site: United States Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry

Flavio Corsi Mendez
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Office of Congressman Gus Bilirakis

Skyla Davis
CCAS (Psychology)
Internship Site: Safe Shores - DC Child Advocacy Center

Roksolana Dumenko
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: United States House of Representatives

Bing Fang
GWSB (Finance)
Internship Site: US Department of The Treasury

Vivika Fernes
GWSPH (Exercise Sci./Public Health)
Internship Site: American Public Health Association

Erik Grossman
ESIA (Security Policy Studies)
Internship Site: Foundation for Defense of Democracies

Benjamin Helfand
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: U.S. District Court Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

Alyse Horan
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: The Congressional Office of Congresswoman Norton

Nicole Levy
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia

Marston Li
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia

Emmaline Lutz
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: U.S. House of Representatives, Office of Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty

Zheng Lyu
CCAS (Statistics)
Internship Site: Internet Education Foundation

Telesha Mahadeo
ESIA (Security Policy Studies)
Internship Site: Women's Foreign Policy Group

Brianna Massey
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: United States House of Representatives

Matthew Mastroberti
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: United States House of Representatives, Office of Congressman Marsha Blackburn

Tessa McLinden
ESIA (Security Policy Studies)
Internship Site: The Washington Office on Latin America

Matthew Murakami
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: Senator Mazie K. Hirono

Max Nelson
CCAS-SMPA (Political Communication)
Internship Site: Senator Charles Grassley

Gianluca Nigro
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: United States House of Representatives

Matthew Noel
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Senator Joe Donnelly

Bridie O'Connell
CCAS-SMPA (Journalism)
Internship Site: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Isabel Pellegrino
CCAS (Journalism)
Internship Site: The Federal Communications Commission

Leann Poirier
ESIA (MAIA: Int'l Law and Organizations)
Internship Site: Delegation of the European Union to the United States

Brielle Powers
CCAS-SMPA (Political Communication)
Internship Site: United States House of Representatives, Office of Congresswoman Niki Tsongas

Natalie Radabaugh
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General's Corps, Region Legal Service Office Naval District Washington

Anshul Rajwanshi
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: The Institute of World Politics

George Raskovic
ESIA (Masters of Arts in International Affairs)
Internship Site: Delegation of the European Union to the United States

Bryce Robins
CCAS (Political Science and History)
Internship Site: Congressman Bill Pascrell

Henry Scriba
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: U.S. House of Representatives, Office of Elijah E. Cummings

Marissa Shaw
GWSPH (Global Health Policy)
Internship Site: Save the Children

Ruth Sleshi
ESIA (International Development Studies)
Internship Site: World Bank

Abigail Smallman
CCAS (Communication)
Internship Site: Embassy of France in the United States

Cameron St. Germain
GWSPH (Public Health)
Internship Site: Congressman Jim Langevin

Christopher Vito
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: Pretrial Services Agency for the District of Columbia

Ligia Wanderley Bezerra
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children

Anna Wieger
ESIA (MA ISTP)
Internship Site: NASA HEOMD

Ummaikhair Zuhair
GWSB (Finance)
Internship Site: Congressman Greg Gianforte

Fall 2017

Kristina Azevedo
CCAS (Communication)
Internship Site: The United Service Organizations (USO)

Jared Bulla
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: United States Senate: Office of Rob Portman

Charlene Burns
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Office of Senator Schumer

Kathryn Carte
CCAS (Forensic Molecular Biology)
Internship Site: DC Department of Forensic Sciences

Brianna Cebello
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Office of Representative Ted W. Lieu (House of Representatives)

Sarah Chadwick
CCAS (Environmental Studies and Geography)
Internship Site: U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry

Alexis Cirrotti
CCAS (Economics)
Internship Site: Bipartisan Policy Center

Tifenn Drouaud
CCAS (Criminal Justice & Political Science)
Internship Site: Arlington County Police Department

Adam Fleischman
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo

Whitney Gulvin
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Atlantic Council, Future Europe Initiative

Morgan Harwood
GWSPH (Health Policy)
Internship Site: United States Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions

James Ingram
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: Superior Court of the District of Columbia

Lindsay Jodoin
ESIA (Security Policy Studies)
Internship Site: Institute for the Study of War

Noah Johnson
ESIA (Security Policy Studies)
Internship Site: National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism

Jean Joo
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: The United States House of Representatives

Lauren Kao
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Peace Direct

Jazmin Kay
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: Office of Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand

Lauren Keats
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: Ralph Northam for Governor

Zohal Khan
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: Lawyers Without Borders

Alicia Kingston
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children

Rebecca Klaff
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Congresswoman Kathleen Rice

Matilda Kreider
CCAS-SMPA (Political Communication)
Internship Site: The Wilderness Society

Sarah Kweit
GWSPH (Public Health)
Internship Site: The American Public Health Association

Sydney McDonald
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Office of Joseph Biden

Lindsey McGuire
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Congresswoman Jacky Rosen

Alexander Moe
ESIA (Security Policy Studies)
Internship Site: U.S. Department of State

Nicolas Nevins
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: Karrie Delaney for Delegate

Emma O'Rourke-Friel
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: United States Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia

Bhavya Pathak
CCAS (Statistics)
Internship Site: Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi

Tara Pokras
GWSPH (Global Health)
Internship Site: Jhpiego

Maria Silva
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Council on Hemispheric Affairs

Olivia Smith
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Congressman Joe Courtney

Amelia Spencer
GWLAW (International Development Studies)
Internship Site: Office of the United States Trade Representative

Aleksandra Srdanovic
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Global Kids

Eliza Strong
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: The United States District Court for the District of Columbia

Ashima Talwar
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: United States Senate Committee on  Judiciary

Sara Tohamy
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Embassy of Canada

Esmy Vergel
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Cultural Office of the Embassy of Spain

Grace Villa
CCAS (Psychology)
Internship Site: American Psychological Association

Kelly Weigold
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Senator Murphy

Summer 2017

Celine Bartels-Mills
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site:  Congressional Black Caucus Foundations

Aiesha Basha
CCAS (Neuroscience)
Internship Site:  Children's National Medical Center: Center for Neuroscience Research

Kaylee Beare
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site:  Office of Congressman Jody Hice

Danielle Bolton
CCAS (Biology, Cell & Molecular Biology)
Internship Site:  Columbia University Medical Center

Alexis Brown
CCAS (Forensic Chemistry)
Internship Site:  Arlington County Police Department

Brianna Cathey
SEAS (Biomedical Engineering)
Internship Site:  Food and Drug Administration, Office of Device Evaluation

Matthew Chenoweth
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site:  Arlington County Police Department

Raissa Chua
SMHS (Medicine)
Internship Site:  Mount Sinai St. Luke's Department of Care Transitions and Population Health

Scarlett Cinotti
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site:  World Cocoa Foundation

Emily Creighton
CCAS-SMPA (Political Communication)
Internship Site:  Let America Vote

Leelabeth Cronkhite
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site:  National Criminal Justice Association

Steven Dirks
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site:  US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

Phuong Anh Do
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site:  Child Care Law Center

Samantha Green
CCAS (Psychology)
Internship Site:  Domestic Violence Intervention Project

Elizabeth Hasier
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site:  Arcadia Center for Food and Sustainable Agriculture

Rachel Hughen
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site:  Ocean Doctor

Stephanie Jamilla
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site:  World Relief Chicago

Christine Jiha
CCAS (Undecided)
Internship Site:  U.S. Fund for UNICEF

Mallory Kruper
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site:  U.S. Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration

Veronica La Du
CCAS (History and Anthropology)
Internship Site:  Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture

Jared Levinson
CCAS (Economics)
Internship Site:  The International Rescue Committee

Chad Manhertz
GWSB (Tourism Administration)
Internship Site:  Destination DC

Jameson Mitchell
GWSPH (Public Health)
Internship Site:  District of Columbia Public Schools

Matthew Montag
CCAS-SMPA (Journalism & Mass Communication)
Internship Site:  Office of Congresswoman Louise Slaughter, United States of Representatives

Victoria Muth
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site:  United States District Court for the District of Columbia

Kelsey Oliver
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site:  United Nations Foundation Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves

Clare Otting
ESIA (International Affairs & German)
Internship Site:  The German American Heritage Foundation of the USA

Fabiana Perera
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site:  United States Department of Defense

Alex Russell
SMHS (Medicine)
Internship Site:  United States Department of Health & Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary

Mayedanna Saguintaah
GWSB (Finance)
Internship Site:  US Commodity Futures Trading Commission

Sarah Salinger
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site:  Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts

Millicent Usoro
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site:  D.C.  Department of Housing and Community Development, Rental Housing Commission

Emma Vollmer
CCAS (Undecided) 
Internship Site:  Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Ariel Waldman
CCAS (American Studies and Sociology)
Internship Site:  The Smithsonian Associates

Michael-Christian Woods
CCAS (Political Science and Africana Studies)
Internship Site:  NAACP Washington DC Branch

Hannah Wright
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site:  Feminist Majority Foundation

Rui Jia Zheng
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site:  International Rescue Committee

Claudia Zurita
CCAS (Anthropology)
Internship Site:  Ameson Education and Cultural Exchange Foundation

Spring 2017

Zuleyma Alvarez
ESIA (Latin American & Hemispheric Studies)
Internship Site: The Inter-American Dialogue

Lisa Bauer
ESIA (International Development Studies)
Internship Site: World Resources Institute

Lindsay Bennett
CCAS (Forensic Molecular Biology)
Internship Site: D.C. Department of Forensic Sciences

Kendrick Chang
CCAS (Political Communication)
Internship Site: The Trust for Public Land

Chin-Yen Cheng
ESIA (International Trade and Investment Policy)
Internship Site: Global Taiwan Institute

Mitisha Chheda
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: Washington DC Metropolitan Police Department

Hannah Cunningham
CCAS (Journalism/Mass Comm)
Internship Site: National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institute

Atilla Dilmen
GWSB (Finance)
Internship Site: The World Bank

Kirsten Dimovitz
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Tahirih Justice Center

Gloria Ejekwu
GWLAW (Energy and Environmental Law)
Internship Site: North America Electric Reliability Corporation

Owen Evans
CCAS (Economics & Political Science)
Internship Site: Office of Congressman Matthew Cartwright

Nina Gordon
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Girls Incorporated of the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area

Benjamin Herskovitz
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: Executive Office for Immigration Review - Arlington Immigration Court

Lakyn Hose
ESIA (Asian Studies)
Internship Site: World Learning

Tyler Hubler
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: U.S. Department of State

Kathleen Hunt
CCAS (Political Science & Government, Journalism & Mass Communication)
Internship Site: Office of Senator Tammy Duckworth

Andrea Johnson
GWLAW (Corporate and Business Law)
Internship Site: U.S. Small Business Administration

Raquel Jones
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Office of U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown

Prabhjot Kaler
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: The Stimson Center

Felicia Kalkman
CCAS-SMPA (Political Communication)
Internship Site: Congresswoman Titus

Yeon-joo Kim
ESIA (International Development Studies)
Internship Site: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Holly Kirkpatrick
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Office of General Counsel

Emma Krasnopoler
ESIA (International Affairs, Sustainability)
Internship Site: Environment America

Amanda Lam
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Office of Congressman Robert A. Brady (PA-01)

Elizabeth Lo Presti
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: Department of Justice, Immigration Litigation, Appellate Section

Kelly Long
CCAS (Forensic Molecular Biology)

Julia Mancini
CCAS (Psychology & Criminal Justice)
Internship Site: Safe Shores: The D.C. Children’s Advocacy Center

Liam McCaffery
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: Office of Congresswoman Elizabeth Etsy

Maeve McCool
CCAS-SMPA (Fine Art/Art History)
Internship Site:  Arlington Arts Center

Jordan McDonald
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: C-SPAN

Phebe Miner
CCAS (English)
Internship Site: Library of Congress Young Readers Club

Justin Molano
ESIA (International Affairs & Economics)
Internship Site: The Office of Congresswoman Eshoo

Sophia Morong
CCAS (Anthropology)
Internship Site: The Jane Goodall Institute

Sonya Nair
ESIA (International Affairs & Middle East Studies)
Internship Site: The Embassy of Jordan

Alia Adistya Meswari Nasier
CCAS (Art Therapy)
Internship Site: CREATE Arts Center

Jordan Newmark
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: NASA Headquarters

Ian O'Keefe
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: Office of U.S. Senator Richard Durbin

Erica Osowiski
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: Office of Congressman John B Larson

Rachel Park
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: National Association for Biomedical Research

Erica Perlmutter
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia Chambers of Tanya S. Chutkan

Luci Prosapio
ESIA (International Humanitarian Law)
Internship Site: Airline Ambassadors International

Ben Raffel
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: Office of Congresswoman Suzan DelBene

Alex Santiago
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site:  International Law Students Association

Timothy Scully
CCAS (Political Science, Sustainability)
Internship Site: Office of Congressman Richard E. Neil

Anoosheh Shaikh
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: U.S. House of Representatives: Office of Stephanie Murphy

Mikeala Sparks
ESIA (International Security Policy)
Internship Site: National Defense University

Lindsay Stern
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, Office of Senator Richard Durbin

Colette Tano
CCAS-TSPPPA (Public Policy)
Internship Site: Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

Samira Tella
GWSPH (Global Health- Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation)
Internship Site: Pan American Health Organization - Department of Family, Gender, and Life Course

Tanya Thomas
CCAS (Human Services & Social Justice)
Internship Site: A Wider Circle

Isha Vazirani
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence

Qiuhui Wang
CCAS (Environmental & Green Chemistry)
Internship Site: International Fund for China's Environment

Elizabeth Williams
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: U.S. House of Representatives

Sarah Winslow
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs

Ran Zeng
GWSB (Accountancy)
Internship Site: Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)

Kara Zupkus
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: U.S. House of Representatives: Congressman Adam Kinzinger

Fall 2016

Lillli Abraham
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Center for Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction

Madeline Adelman
ESIA (International Affairs & Economics)
Internship Site: Grieboski Global Strategies

Ashley Alessandra
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Lawyers Without Borders

Madeline Allen
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: U.S. Senate

Georgios Anagnostopoulos
ESIA (International Affairs & Geography)
Internship Site: Partners for the Common

Noelle Cozbar
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: Tahirih Justice Center

Ilana Creinin
CCAS (Political Communication)
Internship Site: Democratic National Committee

Katherine Hargett
CCAS (Forensic Sciences)
Internship Site: DC Department of Forensic Sciences

Thomas Harris
ESIA (Middle East Studies)
Internship Site: Embassy of the Republic of Iraq

Christian Healion
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: National Defense University

Ji Won Lee
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: U.S. House of Representative

Sai-Kit Lee
ESIA (Asian Studies)
Internship Site: U.S. Senate

James Levinson
CCAS (Economics)
Internship Site: U.S. House of Representatives

Michelle Ramus
GWLAW (Law)
Internship Site: U.S. District Court

Danielle Resnick
ESIA (Security Policy Studies)
Internship Site: National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism

Nicholas Smagula
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense

Lydia Schalles
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: U.S. House of Representatives

Alison Schwartz
GWSPH (Maternal & Child Health)
Internship Site: PAHO

Kathryn Urban
ESIA (International Affairs)
Internship Site: Grieboski Global Strategies

Tsu-Ching Yang
GSEHD (Elementary Education)
Internship Site: John Eaton Elementary School

Victoria Zenteno
CCAS (Political Science)
Internship Site: U.S. House of Representatives

Questions about KACIF Travel grants?

If you have questions or would like more information about KACIF-Travel grants, contact us at [email protected]