Capital ARC Nationals Game

Sep 29, 20101:00 AM

Join the The Washington Center alumni at the Nationals Game at National Park.

Fall Term Orientation Day 2

Sep 3, 20101:00 AM

Location: Auditorium, TWC Residential and Academic Facility (RAF)
1005 3rd St., NE, Washington, DC – 3rd & K Sts., NE

Reminder: The dress code for Friday is business professional attire.
The morning events are mandatory for all students.

Fall Term Orientation Day 1

Sep 2, 20101:00 AM

TWC Residential and Academic Facility (RAF)
1005 3rd St., NE, Washington, DC – 3rd & K Sts., NE
The Washington Center (TWC)
1333 16th St., NW, Washington, DC - 16th & O Sts., NW           

Reminders: The dress code is casual attire.
These events are mandatory for all students.

The Advantages of Working with The Washington Center

The Washington Center provides a customized approach to each federal partnership.  No two programs are identical and each has specific goals it strives to achieve. Despite the differences, TWC provides a consistently high level of quality by leveraging its extensive resources to add value to each partnership.


TWC's Track Record

The Office of Federal Relations Team

Nick Catanzaro, Director of Federal Relations, x7995

B.A. College at Brockport, NY; Political Science and Criminal Justice

M.A. Stony Brook University, NY; Public Policy


Current Programs

The Washington Center is viewed by the federal government as a vital partner in its efforts to attract young people with the skill-sets and diversity that it seeks to rebuild its workforce. TWC has provided internship opportunities for more than 50,000 students since 1975. Twenty-five percent of our alumni remain dedicated to public service and currently work in the public sector at the local, state and federal levels.


Priority Majors

Department of Transportation

Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG)

The Department of Transportation and The Washington Center partnered seven years ago to manage DOT’s Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG). It is the most all-inclusive program that The Washington Center facilitates. The students are placed in Washington, D.C., and regional offices throughout the United States.


This program is meant to attract and educate the next generation of transportation professionals.


FAA's Minority Internship Program for Diverse Groups

The Washington Center facilitates the Minority Internship Program for Diverse Groups for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Selected students have the opportunity to intern for FAA offices and participate in an experiential training program focused on professional achievement, leadership, and civic engagement.


Student participants will:


GSA Schedule

The Washington Center holds a Multiple Award Schedule Contract with the General Services Administration. The GSA Contract number is GS 02F-0078P.


Depending on the quantity of the interns secured, TWC is able to provide a per student discount.


Federal Government

Studies repeatedly show that internships provide the best return on investment for recruiting new talent to an organization. Intern recruits tend to stay with their employers longer, minimizing the impact of turnover on an organization. The Washington Center can be your link to a diverse, highly talented pool of candidates who may be interested in converting to permanent employment upon graduation.

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