The Issues Essay is part of your TWC application and asks you to reflect on a key issue related to your professional field of interest to demonstrate your written communication skills. Use these sample Issues Essays as a guide when writing your own.
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Congratulations, you’ve been accepted to The Washington Center’s Academic Internship Program! Here’s an overview of what you can expect to happen between now and when the program starts.
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As part of your application to The Washington Center's Academic Internship Program, you must submit a summary (around 100 words) of what you’re seeking in an internship, the skills you’re hoping to de
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