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Join the Washington Internship Institute (WII) and NACU on Thursday, Oct. 6, at 2 pm ET for a virtual information session to learn more about how your students can complete a semester-long internship in Washington, D.C. for academic credit.
At the info session, WII will provide an overview of the program including students’ daily life and schedule, coursework, internship placement, and then answer your questions.
The WII program includes:

  • Individualized internship placement for each student. Work as an intern four days per week; go to class one day per week. Classes include a Core Course, focused on policy issues, and the Internship Seminar, an opportunity for students to reflect on their internship experience, corporate culture, the working world, and building career skills.
  • Apartment housing available for all students. These are generally two-bedroom, two-bathroom units shared by four students with easy access to public transportation.
  • Social and cultural programming for interns
  • Opportunities in fall, spring, and summer
We'd love for faculty and staff advisors to have us in mind for students who may be a good fit for WII, and want to help make sure they are knowledgeable on the opportunity. Join us to learn more about how the Washington Internship Institute can benefit your students.