Infosheets

Our Info Sheets offer quick tips to help you prepare for your TWC experience.

  • Disability Support Services One-Pager

    Disability Support Services One-Pager

    This one-pager highlights the disability support services and accommodations that TWC offers to ensure that our program is accessible to as many students as possible.

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  • Internships in Washington D.C. for Students Interested in Nonprofits & Advocacy

    Internships in Washington D.C. for Students Interested in Nonprofits & Advocacy

    See how TWC works for students interested in nonprofit and advocacy work and learn about the most popular internship sites and programming for these students.

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  • Internships in Washington D.C. for International Relations & Business Students

    Internships in Washington D.C. for International Relations & Business Students

    See how TWC works for students interested in business and international relations and learn about the most popular internship sites and programming for these students.

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  • Internships in Washington D.C. for Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement Students

    Internships in Washington D.C. for Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement Students

    See how TWC works for students interested in criminal justice and learn about the most popular internship sites and programming for these students.

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  • Internships in Washington D.C. for Political Science Students

    Internships in Washington D.C. for Political Science Students

    See how TWC works for students interested in political science and learn about the most popular internship sites and programming for these students.

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  • Earn Credit at TWC | The Washington Center

    Earn Credit at TWC | The Washington Center

    Learn how students from unaffiliated schools can earn credit for their participation at TWC.

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  • Academic Internship Program

    Academic Internship Program

    Whether you take part in our internship program in Washington, D.C. or join us online, you’ll have an immersive experience that’s tailored to you and your goals.

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  • Career Readiness Programming

    Career Readiness Programming

    TWC's Career Readiness Programming is designed to help you develop the professionalism, communication skills and network necessary to excel in any work environment.

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  • Sample Criminal Justice Internships Outside of Law Enforcement

    Sample Criminal Justice Internships Outside of Law Enforcement

    Are you a criminal justice major interested in spending a semester with The Washington Center? Learn more about potential internship placements in the field outside of law enforcement.

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  • Academic Internship Program Application Checklist

    Academic Internship Program Application Checklist

    Learn more about the documents you'll need to submit as part of your application to the Academic Internship Program.

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  • The Washington Center At-A-Glance

    The Washington Center At-A-Glance

    Learn more about TWC's mission, student demographics, and impact.

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  • How to Network Like a Professional

    How to Network Like a Professional

    So, you want to network…now what? Before you jump right in, read these tips so you can be prepared to put your best foot forward.

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  • Employer Guide to Writing Remote Internship Job Descriptions

    Employer Guide to Writing Remote Internship Job Descriptions

    The Washington Center uses your internship job description to identify students who may be the right fit for your role. Learn how to craft the perfect job description for a remote internship.

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  • Employer Guide to Internship Job Descriptions

    Employer Guide to Internship Job Descriptions

    This infosheet will help employers craft internship job descriptions that will help us identify students to interview for your role.

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  • Budgeting for Your Semester in D.C.

    Budgeting for Your Semester in D.C.

    Find out how much to budget for a semester in D.C. This sheet breaks down estimated costs of entertainment, groceries, eating out and transportation for the average intern.

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  • Global Competencies Program Components

    Global Competencies Program Components

    TWC's Global Competencies Program for international students is designed for high performing seniors, recent college graduates or students currently enrolled in graduate school. Learn more.

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  • How to Write a Statement of Professional Interest

    How to Write a Statement of Professional Interest

    A Statement of Professional Interest is part of your TWC application. This info sheet will help you write an effective Statement of Professional Interest and includes examples.

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  • The Basics of Phone Interviews

    The Basics of Phone Interviews

    Your internship interviews will likely be conducted over the phone. This info sheet will help you navigate the process.

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  • Writing Professional Emails

    Writing Professional Emails

    During your internship, you will be required to conduct email correspondence in a professional manner. This info sheet will help you write better professional emails.

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  • Understanding the Security Clearance Process

    Understanding the Security Clearance Process

    Some internship sites - especially federal government offices - require interns to obtain security clearance. This info sheet helps you understand the process.

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