Interview with TWC Alumna Brittney Welch, who participated in the Academic Internship Program and a TWC Campaign Seminar.
313 students from 48 universities across the U.S. spent two weeks in Washington, D.C. interacting with expe...
Inauguration 2021 Academic Seminar
January 11-15, 2021
Get a behind-the-curtain look into the American political process.
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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.
Point Park University grad Cassie Shirk attended the 2012 Republican National Convention through TWC's Campaign Seminar. Today, she works for Governor Larry Hogan of Maryland.
Taylor Pinckney attended the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in Charlotte in 2012 through The Washington Center's National Conventions Seminar. The experience proved to be invaluable.
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.
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Leah Katz-Hernandez, TWC 2008 National Conventions Alumna, gained international attention when she launched an award-winning English and sign language blog during the seminar.