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:
Isabelle Ronson, a student from the University of New Hampshire, interned at the Foundation on Economic Tre...
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University of Puerto Rico student Johaneliz Gonzalez found her calling through an internship with the Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute.
Sophia Estupinan is a criminal justice major from Florida International University who interned at the International Association of Women Judges.
Students from the University of the Virgin Islands come to The Washington Center each year to broaden their personal and professional networks in the heart of Washington, D.C.
Bentley University student Bobby Olejarczyk knew he’d be learning about justice and equity in his U.S. Department of Education internship, but his experience exceeded his expectations.
Supported by a scholarship from the Motorola Solutions Foundation, Sarah’s internship at Offender Aid and Restoration generated change in the lives of those who have experienced incarceration.
Supported by a scholarship from the Motorola Solutions Foundation, Emily’s TWC experience has shown her that there are myriad of pathways to a rewarding career in the Federal Government.
Elizabeth Kolb shares with us a special letter she sent her peers regarding her acceptance to The Washington Center's Academic Internship Program this summer.
During his summer with TWC, Christopher Rosati from The College of New Jersey learned the importance of networking and got a taste of government responsibilities.
Westfield State University student Tiara Lewis gained real-world experience through her internship with LIFT-DC Community Services. Now, she plans to continue her education and follow her passion...
Lauren Hickey, a student from DePauw University, interned at The Charles Group consulting firm during her semester with The Washington Center's Academic Internship Program.
Emerson College student Caelynn Marie Timbreza spent a semester in Washington, D.C. interning at The Appellate Project, a nonprofit that provides resources to law students of color.
Isabelle Ronson, a student from the University of New Hampshire, interned at the Foundation on Economic Trends during her semester with The Washington Center's Academic Internship Program.
Fradely Delacruz, a student from Monmouth University, interned with the Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute during her semester with The Washington Center's Academic Internship Program.
Networking opens the door to a new career path.
Bobby Olejarczyk, a student from Bentley University, interned with U.S. Department of Education during his semester with The Washington Center's Academic Internship Program.
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.
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.