From an inaugural group of 51 students in 1975 to a powerhouse program of more than 550 virtual participants in the summer of 2020, The Washington Center has come a long way. This interactive 45th Anniversary Commemorative & 2019 Annual Report brings our history, impact and testimonies to life.
Dr. Pannullo is an alum, parent of an alum, renowned neurosurgeon-educator, and long-serving member of TWC ...
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Dr. Pannullo is an alum, parent of an alum, renowned neurosurgeon-educator, and long-serving member of TWC board.
TWC students share how a semester at The Washington Center helped them go from college to career.
Olivia Avery, Political Science and Anthropology major from University of Vermont, interned at the Council for Court Excellence through TWC's Academic Internship Program.
How does a remote internship stack up against the in-person experience? We surveyed our Summer 2020 students to find out.
The Washington Center’s Inauguration 2021 Academic Seminar (January 11-15) will be held virtually for the first time ever. Past Faculty Leaders explain why you should consider attending.
JWU is preparing to launch new opportunities available through The Washington Center this year, such as the Spring 2021 Academic Internship Program and the upcoming Inauguration 2021 Academic Seminar.
Dr. Julia Azari will shape the seminar agenda and work with The Washington Center to select expert speakers and panelists for the January 2021 Seminar.
This award recognizes Dr. Marcy for her dedication to ensuring all students have the opportunity to apply classroom lessons in professional-world settings, a hallmark of experiential learning.
Students will intern 20-25 hours per week, participate in virtual career readiness sessions and workshops such as resume writing, interviewing, and more.
Since 2001, Fitchburg State University students have been coming to The Washington Center (TWC) to intern, build their professional networks and establish a solid foundation to launch their careers.
Summer 2020 has been a bit ... abnormal. But at The Washington Center, hundreds of students are refusing to let circumstances get the better of them and are hard at work as virtual interns.
Special program re-engages professional opportunities that could have been lost to COVID-19.
Monumental Career Journeys Start Here. Kathleen Regan-Mills, Senior Manager, Academic Seminars started at TWC in 2000 and has been helping students see achieve their potential ever since.
Leading her students in a once-in-a-lifetime learning opportunity at the 2016 Republican National Convention was a fantastic experience for IUP professor Michele Papakie.
This strategic partnership will provide students from Livonia, Michigan's Madonna University opportunities to gain invaluable career preparation experience in Washington, D.C.
Working remotely was a leading labor trend until reality came in, took it over, and turned conditional into absolute.
Yisel Cabrera of Ford Motor Company Fund brings philanthropic and community relations expertise to The Washington Center's governing body.
Yearlong ‘Monumental Career Journeys Start Here’ Celebration Commences
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