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  • What Should I Wear? The Ultimate Guide to Workplace Dress Codes

    What Should I Wear? The Ultimate Guide to Workplace Dress Codes

    Dressing for work can be tricky, whether you’re in the office or working remotely. Use this guide to get familiar with your office dress code and build a work-ready wardrobe.

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  • The Washington Center Announces Kimberly Churches as New President

    The Washington Center Announces Kimberly Churches as New President

    Churches Becomes TWC’s First Female Chief Executive Officer in its 46-year History

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  • What’s It Like to be a Virtual Intern? Here’s What Students Say

    What’s It Like to be a Virtual Intern? Here’s What Students Say

    TWC students share how their virtual internships helped them gain valuable professional experience—all from the comfort of their homes.

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  • 4 Tips for Virtual Networking

    4 Tips for Virtual Networking

    Virtual networking is here to stay. Use these tips prepare to network over Zoom or over the phone so you can make the most of your conversations.

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  • The Washington Center Sets School of Record Partnership with Elon University

    The Washington Center Sets School of Record Partnership with Elon University

    The agreement enables students from non-affiliated schools to receive academic credit from Elon for completing TWC’s Academic Internship Program.

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  • Library of Congress Seeks Fall Interns through TWC’s Federal Diversity Internship Initiative

    Library of Congress Seeks Fall Interns through TWC’s Federal Diversity Internship Initiative

    Learn about this exciting opportunity to work at the world's largest library. Apply by July 14, 2021 to be considered.

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  • TWC Announces Retirement of President Chris Norton

    TWC Announces Retirement of President Chris Norton

    Combining his service as member of the board of trustees and president, Norton has been part of TWC leadership for 18 years.

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  • The Washington Center Board of Trustees Elects Dr. Susan C. Pannullo as New Chair

    The Washington Center Board of Trustees Elects Dr. Susan C. Pannullo as New Chair

    Dr. Pannullo is an alum, parent of an alum, renowned neurosurgeon-educator, and long-serving member of TWC board.

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  • Internship at Advocacy Group Provides Connections and Confidence

    Internship at Advocacy Group Provides Connections and Confidence

    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.

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  • 5 Common (Remote) Workplace Conflicts — and How to Address Them

    5 Common (Remote) Workplace Conflicts — and How to Address Them

    Working remotely comes with perks — and challenges. Here’s how to navigate workplace conflict during your remote internship.

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  • 8 Steps to a Paid Federal Internship: One Application for Multiple Opportunities

    8 Steps to a Paid Federal Internship: One Application for Multiple Opportunities

    The Washington Center partners with multiple federal agencies to place qualified college students in paid internships. Learn more about the selection process.

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  • Funded Federal Diversity Internships: FAQs

    Funded Federal Diversity Internships: FAQs

    The Washington Center's Federal Diversity Internships Program is a great opportunity for students to find paid internships that provide valuable experience in federal agencies.

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  • Application Opens for Department of Navy HBCU/MI Post-Doctoral Program

    Application Opens for Department of Navy HBCU/MI Post-Doctoral Program

    Learn more about this exciting opportunity to work with world-renowned scientists and engineers at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) in Washington, D.C.

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  • Gaining Clarity on a Career in Criminal Justice Reform

    Gaining Clarity on a Career in Criminal Justice Reform

    Olivia Avery, Political Science and Anthropology major from University of Vermont, interned at the Council for Court Excellence through TWC's Academic Internship Program.

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  • Internship Gives a Jump Start to a Career in Finance

    Internship Gives a Jump Start to a Career in Finance

    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.

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  • Funded Federal Diversity Internships Provide Paid Opportunities for College Students

    Funded Federal Diversity Internships Provide Paid Opportunities for College Students

    The Washington Center partners with multiple U.S. federal agencies to administer paid internship programs with the goal of increasing diversity in the federal workforce. Learn more.

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  • 3 Ways to Prepare to Graduate Into a Tough Job Market

    3 Ways to Prepare to Graduate Into a Tough Job Market

    Landing a new position during a pandemic isn’t ideal, but it’s possible. We’ve outlined three ways to navigate a tough job market.

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  • Study Abroad Plans Cancelled? Look Into These Smart Alternatives

    Study Abroad Plans Cancelled? Look Into These Smart Alternatives

    For many college students, plans to travel abroad were squashed at the onset of COVID-19. Here are some creative alternatives to studying abroad.

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  • 6 Rewarding Careers in Criminal Justice For College Students to Consider

    6 Rewarding Careers in Criminal Justice For College Students to Consider

    If you’re looking for careers in criminal justice, you’re not limited to becoming a police officer. Here are some other, lesser-known options.

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  • Hate Your Internship? Here's What You Should Do

    Hate Your Internship? Here's What You Should Do

    The wrong internship can lead to burnout and frustration. If you think you hate your internship, here's what you should do.

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