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.
In any new city, it’s great to find a coffee shop you love for your morning latte, to do a little studying, or just to unwind. This week we asked our students over Instagram (@wiidc) what their favorite coffee shops were in the city. Here’s what they said.
“My internship certainly didn’t disappoint, because through my daily tasks and interactions with co-workers, I am receiving the best possible glimpse of what working in the legal field is like”—read about Dominican University student Monica Lebensztjen’s internship at DC Law Students in Court.
After a lot of rain, finally made it to Reagan National to get my mom. It’s been fun taking over.
Coloring away to make the rain go away
an evening on the rooftop is hard to beat
Lunch outside today across from the World Bank ☀️
Hi everyone 👋🏻 My name is Molly Barresi and I’m a junior at @belmontu studying public relations and political science. This summer I am interning at the World War I Centennial Commission as a Research and Development intern. I can’t wait to have you all come along with me the next couple days!