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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Churches is TWC's fourth President—and first female in the role—as of October 2021. She brings nearly three decades of experience in nonprofit and higher education administration.
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TWC students share how a semester at The Washington Center helped them go from college to career.
You'll submit an online application for The Washington Center's Academic Internship Program. This video provides an overview of the application, along with a fee waiver code that will waive the $60 ap
As part of your application to The Washington Center's Academic Internship Program, you must submit a summary (around 100 words) of what you’re seeking in an internship, the skills you’re hoping to de
As part of your application to The Washington Center's Academic Internship Program, you must submit an essay (around 500 words) on a key issue that is relevant to the field you are hoping to intern in
As part of your application to The Washington Center's Academic Internship Program, you must submit a one-page resume that outlines your educational background and include experiences like volunteer o
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“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.
Bobby Olejarczyk, a student from Bentley University, interned with U.S. Department of Education during his semester with The Washington Center's Academic Internship Program.
Fradely Delacruz, a student from Monmouth University, interned with the Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute during her semester with The Washington Center's Academic Internship Program.
Isabelle Ronson, a student from the University of New Hampshire, interned at the Foundation on Economic Trends during her semester with The Washington Center's Academic Internship Program.
Lauren Hickey, a student from DePauw University, interned at The Charles Group consulting firm during her semester with The Washington Center's Academic Internship Program.
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.
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.