Employers

The Washington Center prioritizes understanding the unique goals of each of our more than 600 internship employer partners. Learn more.

  • 5 Tips for Managing an All-Remote Team for the First Time

    5 Tips for Managing an All-Remote Team for the First Time

    Working remotely was a leading labor trend until reality came in, took it over, and turned conditional into absolute.

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  • Interested in Hosting an Intern? Support your organization's mission while helping to launch successful careers. TWC provides interns that fit.

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  • Gen Z 'Stans' Feedback - Here's How to Structure It Best

    Gen Z 'Stans' Feedback - Here's How to Structure It Best

    Supervisors can successfully integrate Gen Z professionals into the workforce by adapting their communication style.

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  • Connecting Experiential Education and Early Careers Discussing trends in higher education, career preparedness and the future of work.

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  • How Small Organizations Can Attract Top Talent Through A Quality Internship Program

    How Small Organizations Can Attract Top Talent Through A Quality Internship Program

    A great internship program can be developed inexpensively, run with limited staff and attract qualified candidates regardless of the size of the organization.

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  • The Washington Center’s 45th Anniversary

    The Washington Center’s 45th Anniversary

    Yearlong ‘Monumental Career Journeys Start Here’ Celebration Commences

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  • A Monumental Journey to Here

    A Monumental Journey to Here

    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.

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  • Host an Intern from The Washington Center

    Host an Intern from The Washington Center

    Learn more about hosting a TWC intern for a semester or summer.

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  • Internship Bill of Rights

    Internship Bill of Rights

    This framework helps employers and educational institutions identify practices in supervising and mentoring an intern to ensure a high-impact and mutually beneficial internship experience.

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  • Employer Resources for Workplace Accessibility

    Employer Resources for Workplace Accessibility

    This resource for employees and internship host organizations includes guidelines and support in providing individuals with disabilities equal opportunity and inclusive access.

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  • Sample Internship Sites

    Sample Internship Sites

    Hundreds of nonprofit, international, private sector, and government agencies host Washington Center interns each year. This list is not exhaustive and includes only a subset of organizations at which

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  • Expert Panel Explores How Micro-Credentials Reshape Higher Education and Employment

    Expert Panel Explores How Micro-Credentials Reshape Higher Education and Employment

    The Washington Center focused its second annual Employer-Higher Education Roundtable on the emergence and challenges of micro-credentials.

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  • Inaugural Employer-Higher Ed Roundtable

    Inaugural Employer-Higher Ed Roundtable

    In Fall 2018, The Washington Center (TWC) convened its inaugural TWC Employer-Higher Ed Roundtable, an invitation-only event bringing together colleges and universities, employers and thought...

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  • Maturity, Leadership Among Qualities VET Interns Bring to the Workplace

    Maturity, Leadership Among Qualities VET Interns Bring to the Workplace

    Paul Hammer has overseen TWC interns at Izar Capital Group, a private market merchant bank and strategic advisory group he co-founded in 2003, for the past five years. A boutique shop, Izar...

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  • Connecting Experiential Education and Early Careers Discussing trends in higher education, career preparedness and the future of work.

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  • The Washington Center: Who We Are2:22

    The Washington Center: Who We Are

    TWC staff, internship advisors, board members, and alumni talk about benefits of TWC internships.

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  • The Washington Center’s Internship Matching Process2:17

    The Washington Center’s Internship Matching Process

    Learn more about how The Washington Center matches you with the right internship to get you one step closer to launching a career you'll love.

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  • Why Managing Interns is Probably the Best Part of My Job

    Why Managing Interns is Probably the Best Part of My Job

    VOA Digital Managing Editor, Kathleen Struck, shares why she loves working with the next generation of superb journalists.

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  • Summer 2017 Internship Site Supervisor Awards

    Summer 2017 Internship Site Supervisor Awards

    The Washington Center’s work with student interns from around the world would not be possible without tireless site supervisors, who mentor the young professionals.

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  • Expanding the Concept of Diversity

    Expanding the Concept of Diversity

    The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars (TWC) was proud to host a panel with representatives from three of its partner organizations— AT&T, Kessler Foundation and American...

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  • What Does a Quality Internship Look Like?

    What Does a Quality Internship Look Like?

    In January 2016, three internship site supervisors joined The Washington Center for a panel at the Association of American Colleges and Universities 2016 Annual Meeting to discuss quality internships.

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  • Grace Rivera '09 Recognized as Outstanding Fall Internship Supervisor

    Grace Rivera '09 Recognized as Outstanding Fall Internship Supervisor

    The Washington Center hosted several internship site supervisors nominated for outstanding service to its Fall 2015 interns at the Internship Supervisor Award Reception on Wednesday, December 2.

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  • U.S Marshals Groom the Next Generation of Law Enforcement

    U.S Marshals Groom the Next Generation of Law Enforcement

    For interns pursuing majors in Law and Criminal Justice, it doesn’t get much more immersive than spending 15 weeks with the U.S Marshals Service.

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