The Washington Internship Institute (WII), an educational nonprofit organization, focuses on three principles: public service, leadership and professional development. Rigorous academics and practical internship and immersion experiences in the most powerful city in the world enable WII to create active citizens prepared to serve in their local, state, national and global communities in the 21st century.
The other day of the week, you will take two courses--the Core Course and the Internship Seminar--designed to enhance your internship experience and your future career.
We offer housing located just outside of Washington, DC, minutes from the heart of the city by convenient transportation. We also arrange activities throughout the experience, such as sporting events, cultural events, and trips to tourist hotspots.
Happy to be here supporting our partner @PLENNetwork at their 40th anniversary celebration!
Great music and art, plus a new museum about DC's history opens: 12 Things to Do in D.C. this week. https://buff.ly/2X1hwXb
Jazz in the Garden, Yoga on the Mall, and Hawaiian culture celebrations are among the 18 things to do in the D.C. area this weekend https://buff.ly/2W5lQHv
Jazz in the Garden returns, and the historic Dumbarton House celebrates at dusk: 12 things to do in the D.C. area this week. https://buff.ly/2WDz23b
Disco, Jewish art and film, and a mural competition highlight 14 things to do in the D.C. area this week https://buff.ly/2DSZfU7
Student from @dominicanu gains a unique perspective on the legal profession through her internship with @LSICJustice. http://wiidc.org/studentprofiles/2019/5/1/monica-lebensztjen-of-dominican-university-gets-a-unique-glimpse-of-the-legal-field-in-dc