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.
Combining his service as member of the board of trustees and president, Norton has been part of TWC leaders...
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Churches is TWC's fourth President—and first female in the role—as of October 2021. She brings nearly three decades of experience in nonprofit and higher education administration.
Churches Becomes TWC’s First Female Chief Executive Officer in its 46-year History
Dr. Pannullo is an alum, parent of an alum, renowned neurosurgeon-educator, and long-serving member of TWC board.
Combining his service as member of the board of trustees and president, Norton has been part of TWC leadership for 18 years.
TWC students share how a semester at The Washington Center helped them go from college to career.
Students will intern 20-25 hours per week, participate in virtual career readiness sessions and workshops such as resume writing, interviewing, and more.
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.
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The U.S.-Japan Council president was a staunch advocate for trans-Pacific collaboration and relationships.
The Washington Center has a tradition of providing scholarships to allow more students to attend our programs, with almost 85% of students receiving some form of financial aid.
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.
How are members of The Washington Center community stepping up to help during the coronavirus pandemic? VET Initiative alumni Vegas volunteers with the Medical Reserve Corps in Washington, D.C.
This strategic partnership will provide students from Livonia, Michigan's Madonna University opportunities to gain invaluable career preparation experience in Washington, D.C.
2020 marks the seventh annual Building the TOMODACHI Generation Morgan Stanley Ambassadors Program. Here’s the full program recap.
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
Join The Washington Center in celebrating our 45th Anniversary, and the more than 60,000 young people and partners who’ve helped us further our mission.
The Washington Center hosted its Annual Scholarship Dinner, Bridging to the Future, at the National Building Museum.
The Margery Magill Memorial Scholarship Fund will aid students who share her passion for international relations, food security and women’s empowerment.