Building the TOMODACHI Generation is a ground-breaking, two-week program designed by The Washington Center, for Japanese students with an interest in leadership training, cross-cultural exchanges and entrepreneurial approaches to addressing social challenges.
A spring 2014 internship at the U.S. Marshals Service through The Washington Center helped Albert Munoz alw...
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TWC students share how a semester at The Washington Center helped them go from college to career.
Learn about the benefits of hosting a remote intern with The Washington Center, and everything you need to know about how we match you and your organization with the right candidates.
“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.
Monumental Career Journeys Start Here. Kathleen Regan-Mills, Senior Manager, Academic Seminars started at TWC in 2000 and has been helping students see achieve their potential ever since.
Kane Rhinehart, a student from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, talks about how his internship with Voice of America and the TWC experience helped him develop professionally.
The J-1 Visa Orientation is an opportunity for international students to learn step-by-step how they will secure the J-1 Visa.
In this recorded webinar, the TWC Admissions Team talks about the types of Washington, D.C. internships available for criminal justice majors.
Alumni discuss how The Washington Center helped them launch careers they love.
Former Secretary of Defense, Chuck Hagel, received the Lifetime Achievement Impact Award at The Washington Center's 2019 Annual Scholarship Dinner.
Kristen Hopkins attended The Washington Center in Spring of 2009. In this video, Kristen talks about how her TWC experience influenced her career journey.
Gregory Harpe, a student from the Monmouth University, shares his TWC story.
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.
Summer 2016 TWC alum Tevin Ali shares his story, including the challenges he overcame as a first-generation college student, and the important role that TWC played in his journey.
TWC staff, internship advisors, board members, and alumni talk about benefits of TWC internships.
TWC alumnus Kevin Jones talks about the impact his TWC internship had in opening doors in his life, and his commitment to paying it forward.