“What you learn about yourself is life-changing.” Bonita Bellal of Suffolk University credits her TWC experience with helping her discover what she wants in a career.
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In this recorded webinar, the TWC Admissions Team talks about the types of Washington, D.C. internships available for political science majors.
While you may have had an internship in your hometown or held an office job at your school, things are a lot different in the political offices of D.C.
University of Texas at Arlington alumna Lauren Devoll participated in TWC's Campaign Seminar in 2012. The experience directly impacted her first step after school - a job with the RNC.
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How do you transform your major into an internship that will someday become a career? Take a look at some of the D.C. internships out there for Political Science majors!
Tyler Hoover chose to forego his last semester at Anderson University for an internship with U.S. Senator Tim Scott. For him, it was a path worth taking.
Point Park University grad Cassie Shirk attended the 2012 Republican National Convention through TWC's Campaign Seminar. Today, she works for Governor Larry Hogan of Maryland.
An internship in the U.S. helped Canadian alumna Stacey Berry figure out her career direction: “The Washington Center really opened my eyes to endless possibilities.”
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Ray Mosca of St. Joseph's College had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to intern on Capitol Hill, working for Congressman Bruce Poliquin of Maine. The experience was transformative.
Navneet Gidda majored in political science at the University of Alberta. Her summer in D.C. helped her realize how many career possibilities exist for students who love the political world.
Neil Deegan attended the 2008 Democratic National Convention through The Washington Center’s Campaign 2008 seminar series. Today, he's the managing principal at Rittenhouse Political Partners.
Seth Ickes left his intimate, rural campus of Clarion University in Pennsylvania to intern with a policy nonprofit in D.C. The totality of the experience flung open a multitude of new doors.
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