This infographic breaks down the steps and processes you can expect to follow once you have been accepted into The Washington Center's Academic Internship Program.
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Learn more about the documents you'll need to submit as part of your application to the Academic Internship Program.
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Use these sample resumes as a guide when writing your own.
In this recorded webinar, the TWC Admissions Team talks about how to prepare your resume for your TWC application.
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A Statement of Professional Interest is part of your TWC application. This info sheet will help you write an effective Statement of Professional Interest and includes examples.
In this recorded webinar, the TWC Admissions Team talks about how to prepare your statement of professional interest for your application and how it's used in the internship matching process.
In this recorded webinar, the TWC Admissions Team talks about how to prepare your issues essay for your TWC application, and how it's used in the internship matching process.
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.
When you apply to The Washington Center, we ask you to submit a few documents along with your application. This article explains the documents we ask for, why we ask for them, and how we use them.
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