TWC staff, internship advisors, board members, and alumni talk about benefits of TWC internships.
Meg Riggle, a National Security Seminar, AIP, and Robert Morris alum, is an authority in the security field...
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Olivia Avery, Political Science and Anthropology major from University of Vermont, interned at the Council for Court Excellence through TWC's Academic Internship Program.
St. Lawrence University senior Jacob Ciolek credits The Washington Center with introducing him to a diverse cast of friends, a mentor and the work experience needed to launch his career.
Bridgewater State University and TWC alum Augusto Goncalves shares his experience as an intern and his personal outlook on the 2020 election.
How are members of The Washington Center community stepping up to help during the coronavirus pandemic? VET Initiative alumni Vegas volunteers with the Medical Reserve Corps in Washington, D.C.
University of Dayton graduate Kelly Miller is a Director at Banner Public Affairs and author of the 2018 book "Get Attention: Brand Building for Startups."
Ohio Northern University alumna Miranda Wade attended the 2008 Republican National Convention through TWC's Campaign Seminar. The experience served as the foundation for her political career.
For Dickinson College and Washington Center alumna Lindsey Williams, an internship at The National Whistleblower Center kicked off a career journey that led to the Pennsylvania General Assembly.
Paul Hammer has overseen TWC interns at Izar Capital Group, a private market merchant bank and strategic advisory group he co-founded in 2003, for the past five years. A boutique shop, Izar...
Alumni discuss how The Washington Center helped them launch careers they love.
Barrett Holmes Pitner left Furman University in South Carolina for an internship on the Hill with a then little-known congressman, Bernie Sanders.
Summer 2016 TWC alum Tevin Ali shares his story, including the challenges he overcame as a first-generation college student, and the important role that TWC played in his journey.
University of Texas at Arlington alumna Lauren Devoll participated in TWC's Campaign Seminar in 2012. The experience directly impacted her first step after school - a job with the RNC.
An internship in the U.S. helped Canadian alumna Stacey Berry figure out her career direction: “The Washington Center really opened my eyes to endless possibilities.”
Seth Ickes left his intimate, rural campus of Clarion University in Pennsylvania to intern with a policy nonprofit in D.C. The totality of the experience flung open a multitude of new doors.
TWC alumnus Kevin Jones talks about the impact his TWC internship had in opening doors in his life, and his commitment to paying it forward.
As a staffer in a California congresswoman’s district office, Harvard Extension’s Jocelyn Yow was familiar with The Washington Center and its programs.
Reaching The Washington Center was an arduous journey for South Korean student Minseok Kim, but the experience helped him achieve his dreams of becoming an entrepreneur.
Meg Riggle, a National Security Seminar, AIP, and Robert Morris alum, is an authority in the security field. "My experience has made me who I am and a lot stronger than I could have ever imagined."
Neil Deegan attended the 2008 Democratic National Convention through The Washington Center’s Campaign 2008 seminar series. Today, he's the managing principal at Rittenhouse Political Partners.
Anthony enlisted while still in high school, and served as a Marine before graduating college with honors. A factor in his TWC experience was that the internship prioritized his interests and...