The Washington Center (TWC) for Internships and Academic Seminars offers undergraduate students and recent graduates the opportunity to intern and earn academic credit in Washington, DC. It offers hundreds of internships and dozens of courses year-round for students of all majors.

Collette Spears helps create a mural for Very Special ArtsStudents who participate in internships at The Washington Center choose a specialization to develop skills and gain experience through exposure to important social and political issues.

Participants gain experience in a real-world environment, learning more about their chosen field and developing specific knowledge and skills. Internships are offered during the fall and spring semesters as well as the summer term.

Learn how to apply for an internship or review the eligibility requirements and program areas.

In addition to the internship program, each January and May TWC offers one- and two-week academic seminars that focus intensely on specific issues.

For complete information about TWC, visit Printed TWC Program Guides are available in the Career Center from Kyndra Haggard.

To learn more about participating in a TWC program, contact Kyndra Haggard, Ball State’s liaison to The Washington Center, at 765-285-1024 or e-mail her.