Whether you take part in our internship program in Washington, D.C. or join us online, you’ll have an immersive experience that’s tailored to you and your goals.
No matter what's going on in the world, The Washington Center is here to help you launch a career you'll lo...
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No matter what's going on in the world, The Washington Center is here to help you launch a career you'll love. Take a tour of our Academic Internship Program with this interactive guide.
TWC's Career Readiness Programming is designed to help you develop the professionalism, communication skills and network necessary to excel in any work environment.
This one-pager highlights the disability support services and accommodations that TWC offers to ensure that our program is accessible to as many students as possible.
TWC students share how their virtual internships helped them gain valuable professional experience—all from the comfort of their homes.
Test-drive your interests and gain real-world experience through a semester or summer with The Washington Center.
Hundreds of nonprofit, private sector and government agencies host Washington Center interns each year. This list includes a subset of organizations at which students have recently interned.
University of Southern Mississippi student Kellie Jackson talks about how her TWC internship with a non-profit advocacy group prepared her for life after college.
Olivia Avery, Political Science and Anthropology major from University of Vermont, interned at the Council for Court Excellence through TWC's Academic Internship Program.
Anthony Collins is a Business Administration major from Fitchburg State University interning at the Internal Revenue Service in the Fall 2020 semester. Here, he shares his TWC experience.
TWC students share how a semester at The Washington Center helped them go from college to career.
A virtual internship through The Washington Center provided vital career experience and immense personal and professional growth.
Ask yourself this: Do you want a job right out of college? If you answered ‘yes’ then read on.
Learn how the Academic Internship Program can help you get hands-on experience for academic credit and build your professional network in politics and international relations.
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Learn how the Academic Internship Program can help you get hands-on experience for academic credit and build your professional network in business.
Kelia, a Public Policy major from Arizona State University, shares what a week is like as an intern at a Washington, D.C. nonprofit.
“What you learn about yourself is life-changing.” Bonita Bellal of Suffolk University credits her TWC experience with helping her discover what she wants in a career.
Since 2001, Fitchburg State University students have been coming to The Washington Center (TWC) to intern, build their professional networks and establish a solid foundation to launch their careers.