This info sheet explains scholarship opportunities for students with disabilities interested in participating in The Washington Center's programs. It also includes helpful information about accessibility accommodations at TWC's residential facilities and internship sites.
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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.
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.
Your internship interviews will likely be conducted over the phone. This info sheet will help you navigate the process.
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.
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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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.
This info sheet provides an overview of common interview questions and tips on how to respond.
This info sheet guides you through the process of responding to internship offers.
LEAD stands for Leadership, Engagement, Achievement, and Development. TWC's LEAD Colloquium helps you become more career-ready in tangible ways.
This info sheet will help you write a cover letter to accompany your resume.
Use this infosheet as a guide to writing thank you emails after your internship interviews.
The Issues Essay is part of your TWC application and asks you to reflect on a key issue related to your professional field of interest to demonstrate your written communication skills.
Use these sample resumes as a guide when writing your own.
Writing an effective resume is key to helping you find your perfect internship in D.C. This infosheet provides some tips and tricks on how to make your resume standout from the pack.
This resource for employees and internship host organizations includes guidelines and support in providing individuals with disabilities equal opportunity and inclusive access.