Intern in D.C.
The Washington Center provides more than an internship. The Washington, D.C.-based internship program consists of three components:
- An internship that is tailored to students’ interests, skills, and professional goals.
- A leadership forum consisting of weekly events, including a speakers series, a career boot camp, a meeting on Capitol Hill and more.
- An academic course, ranging across many disciplines, that meets one evening each week.
Students can participate in a summer, fall, or spring internship. Intern housing is part of the program.
Previously, students from Bowling Green State University have interned at sites such as the U.S. Marshals Service, Department of Defense, Offender Aid and Restoration, Coast Guard, U.S. Department of Treasury, the White House, and the Children's Rights Council.
WISH Internships is a service that connects students with DC employers for internship opportunities. Students enrolled in the WISH Internships program can live in WISH Housing (all within a few blocks of the U.S. Capital and the United States Supreme Court).
- WISH Internships offers lectures, career nights, and networking mixers
Students can participate in a summer, fall, or spring internship.
For more information about The WISH Internship Program, please review their web site at http://internshipsdc.com/ and contact Sue Young, Career Center Assistant Director, at email@example.com or 419-372-2356.