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These instructions will help you to understand the State Department’s regulations for international students regarding the J-1 Visa.
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This infosheet will help employers understand the importance of and how to budget for equitable internship compensation.
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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.
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.
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.
See how TWC works for students interested in criminal justice and learn about the most popular internship sites and programming for these students.
See how TWC works for students interested in political science and learn about the most popular internship sites and programming for these students.
Learn how students from unaffiliated schools can earn credit for their participation at TWC.
During these short-term programs, you’ll gain unparalleled access to the people and places of D.C. along with an in-depth understanding of the biggest issues facing our nation.
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.
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.
Learn more about the documents you'll need to submit as part of your application to the Academic Internship Program.
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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.
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.
This infosheet will help employers craft internship job descriptions that will help us identify students to interview for your role.
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.