You don’t have to run for office to spend time in the nation’s capital. Learn how to secure an internship in Washington, D.C., by attending an information session on The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, hosted by the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences.
Information Session on The Washington Center
Friday, Feb. 22
Parker Building | Room 147A
Each year, The Washington Center offers a variety of internships in and around the capital. Students work about four days a week at a governmental, for-profit, nonprofit, or international organization assigned to them based on interests and fields of study. The positions cover a range of subjects, such as advocacy, service, the arts, international affairs, law and criminal justice, media and communication, science, political leadership, and policy.
This is a great opportunity to gain valuable, real-world experience. Internships enable students to meet and work with professionals while building a network of contacts. A successfully completed internship may also lead to a full-time job upon graduation from NSU.
From College Avenue to K Street
NSU alumnus Max Hyman (B.A., Legal Studies, ’11) spent a semester in Washington, D.C., as part of an internship with The Washington Center. Read about Hyman’s experience in this College Spotlight.
For more information about The Washington Center session, contact Jeanne Hamacher at (954) 262-7950.