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Your time here isn't just about your internship. It's about the experiences you have, the friends you meet and the stories you tell when you return home.

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Notes from General Assembly

Free Career Development Events as an Intern

Coming from Eastern Kentucky in rural Appalachia, all the career development opportunities in D.C. never fail to impress…
TWC Announces Pickering 2018 Pickering Fellows

The Washington Center Announces the 2018 Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellows

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars is pleased to announce the selection of…
National Archives Metro Station

A Day in the Life of a National Archives Intern

A “typical” day in D.C. looks different depending on where you are interning. You could be planning an…
How to Network as an Intern

How to Network: The Key to Professional Success

As a political science major, there’s no better place to be than D.C. But with so many professionals…
Performing at the TWC Global Festival

Inspired by the Diversity ­in TWC’s Global Festival

TWC is full of students from diverse backgrounds. In recognition of this, every semester, they host an event…
Lin plans her budget for the week.

How Much Does an Intern in D.C. Spend a Week?

Here’s a peek into my money diary, which outlines what and how much I spent in one week…
Matthew receiving a gift from his internship

Intern Bracketology: Ranking My D.C. Experiences

If you’re like me, the end of the college basketball tournament is one of the most emotional parts…
How TWC Helps You Prepare for the Job Market

How TWC Helps You Prepare for the Job Market

Although I’m not graduating until December, I have already taken several steps to prepare myself for life after…
D.C. interns transitioning to young professionals

From Intern to Young Professional

A politics-based internship in Washington D.C. can be both exhilarating and exhausting. With a schedule that’s constantly changing,…
D.C. interns can visit all of the city's landmarks

Museums and Marches: Being a Part of History

Attending college in rural Appalachia, you get an idea of what D.C. is like only through the images…
Melanie's DC internship gave her the chance to attend the March for Our Lives

Witnessing History in D.C. at the March for Our Lives

When I found out the March For Our Lives would be held during my time here, I immediately…
A D.C. intern can see local art with an Old Town visit

Spending a Day in Old Town

Many of the suburbs around the city offer their own unique experiences unlike anything you’ll be able to…