Whitney Shufelt from Stonehill College meets with William Keating

 

The Washington Center assists students with internship placement and provides weekly seminars with impressive guest speakers from fields including journalism, government, and business. In addition, students are required to register for an academic course that will meet for one evening each week.

Students receive 15 credits distributed as follows:

  • 9 Credits: Full-time internship in the student's major department pending the approval of the department faculty moderator. Students will work 4-4.5 days per week for 14 weeks.
  • 3 Credits: Paper/journal/portfolio* based on the learning from the internship experience which will be awarded in the student's major department. (*Requirements vary based on individual departments)
  • 3 Credits: Interdisciplinary elective will be awarded for the Washington Forum course offered by the Washington Center.

Housing is provided in fully-furnished apartments in Washington D.C., northern Virginia and Bethesda, Maryland.

Apply Now!

Applications for the Spring 2015 semester are due on Friday, October 17th,  2014.

Log into Career Connection to apply.  Students must also register through myHill prior to the deadline:  myPlans > Stonehill U.S. Internship Request for Approval > Washington DC Internship Program.  Make sure to review our application requirements before you get started.
  
Students will also need to complete the Washington Center's online application by October 17th: http://portal.e.twc.edu/