The Washington Center Internship Infographic

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ii SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS NATIONAL MALL NATIONAL WORLD WAR II MEMORIAL DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR WASHINGTON MONUMENT LINCOLN MEMORIAL WHITE HOUSE U.S. CAPITOL SUPREME COURT UNION STATION Independence Ave. Constitution Ave. 14th St. NW 23rd St. NW 9th St. NW 17th St. NW 16th St. NW K Street U Street K Street H Street Pennsylvania Ave. Pennsylvania Ave. Massachusetts Ave. New York Ave. Rhode Island Ave. Connecticut Ave. Spend a semester or summer getting to know the nation's capital. Here are just a few examples of the places you could go and the people you could meet through a TWC program. EMBASSY ROW *Internship sites may be located in Virginia or Maryland. Meet with dignitaries at one of the city's many embassies DUPONT CIRCLE TWC HEADQUARTERS Enjoy a dinner or happy hour with fellow interns in a Chinatown restaurant Intern in Dupont Circle with one of many think tanks or advocacy organizations Learn about international development at the World Bank Intern in Virginia with a PR firm or international advocacy organization Intern in Foggy Bottom with a federal agency or international association Expand your network at a National Press Club event Intern on K Street with one of many law or lobbying firms Stay in shape with evening jogs on the National Mall Tour the National Air and Space Museum and many other free Smithsonian museums Intern on Capitol Hill with a member of Congress or one of many media organizations Explore shops, access trains or take the Metro to one of many destinations in D.C., Maryland or Virginia* Participate in your evening course Attend LEAD Colloquium activities TWC RESIDENTIAL AND ACADEMIC FACILITY AT NoMA e D.C. Internship Experience TWC RESIDENTIAL FACILITY TWC RESIDENTIAL FACILITY UNION MARKET Florida Ave. Intern on the National Mall with a museum or an arts association Meet with your LEAD Instructor Networking and Social Activities Take advantage of the countless opportunities D.C. has to offer aer work hours and on weekends. For more information, please contact Capital Bikeshare Grocery Store Metro JEFFERSON MEMORIAL TWC Support Network Many people are on hand to guide, support and educate you throughout your experience. Internship Site Supervisor Oversees your professional work, provides tasks and direction and evaluates your performance. Student Services Staff Provides career advice, organizes cultural and networking events and assists students with disabilities. Professor Teaches your evening course, facilitates class discussions and evaluates your academic work. Alumni in Residence Support you in TWC housing facilities and arrange social activities. TWC Alumni Community Connects with you through networking events or social media and may provide future job leads and professional mentorship. Fellow Interns Share the TWC experience with you, help you explore all D.C. has to offer and may become lifelong friends. Campus Liaison Educates you about academic credit and financial arrangements and serves as a link to TWC on your campus. LEAD Instructor Helps you establish goals, organizes special programming and provides feedback on assignments. Internship Advisor Communicates with you before arrival, helps identify internship options and refers your materials to potential sites. CHINATOWN FOGGY BOTTOM e Internship Each week, you'll work Monday through ursday at an internship site that is tailored to your interests, skills and professional goals. e Evening Course One night each week (between Monday and ursday), you'll take an evening course. ese courses range across an array of disciplines, and you'll choose the option that's best for you. On Fridays, you'll participate in small groups and professional tracks, along with periodic large-group activities like a speaker series, civic engagement and more. e LEAD Colloquium

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