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Interning for one of the largest federal agencies in the U.S., the Department of Homeland Security, can be nerve-wracking. I knew that I had to be on my A-game.
As a criminal justice student with the goal of working in federal law enforcement, it has been a privilege to intern at the United States Marshals Service in Washington, D.C.
Holly Burke traded her small campus in Michigan for a D.C. internship with the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. The experience helped her develop networking and other professional skills.
Interning with the U.S. Marshals Service allowed Waynesburg University's Nicholas Midei to see if Washington, D.C. was the right fit for his criminal justice career.
Florida State’s Hunter Johnson interned with the nonprofit National Legal Aid & Defender Association. Her internship was the perfect way to explore what the legal field looked like in real life.
An internship at a nonprofit legal aid office helped Monique Reyes, a student from the University of Massachusetts Lowell, realize the value of her language and multicultural skills.
See a sample list of internship sites for The Washington Center's Academic Internship Program. We partners with hundreds of internship sites so that we can connect you with professional opportunities.
University of Vermont student Emily Zahran knew she wanted to go to law school, but her D.C. internship with a criminal justice attorney focused her concentration and influenced her future.
Meg Riggle, a National Security Seminar, AIP, and Robert Morris alum, is an authority in the security field. "My experience has made me who I am and a lot stronger than I could have ever imagined."