TWC alumnus Kevin Jones talks about the impact his TWC internship had in opening doors in his life, and his commitment to paying it forward.
The Washington Center connected Georgetown grad student Jason Sullivan with an internship at the Federal Av...
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The Washington Center connected Georgetown grad student Jason Sullivan with an internship at the Federal Aviation Administration that allowed him broaden his background in digital media.
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