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Washington Center: Hire a Student Intern (or Connect Us With Someone Who Will)

Description

The W&M DC Semester and DC Summer Institutes opportunities combine intensive classroom experiences with work at one of DC's many public, private, and non-profit institutions. Washington Center staff help up to 90 Study in DC students a year find internships -- and we couldn't do it without the assistance of committed alumni and families.

Employers enjoy the benefits of hiring hard-working, high-achieving students (many of whom are full time) and engaging with DC-based administrators who serve as contacts throughout the internship.

If you are interested in hiring a W&M intern for a semester or summer (or know someone who can), please tell us about yourself.

Click here to see all available volunteer opportunities with the W&M Washington Center

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Roxane Adler Hickey
roadle@wm.edu
(202) 836-8610
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Washington Center: Host/Sponsor a Meal for Students

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A great way to support W&M students participating in Study in DC opportunities is to feed them! Volunteers can host a home-cooked meal, take students out to a local restaurant, or sponsor an existing event held at the W&M Washington Center. Our programs run nearly year-round, so volunteers can engage with students at almost any point in the year.

If you are interested in this opportunty, please tell us about yourself.

Click here to see all available volunteer opportunities with the W&M Washington Center

Location
1779 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Building, Suite 705
Washington DC, 20036




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Roxane Adler Hickey
wmdccenter@wm.edu
(202) 836-8606
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Washington Center: Provide W&M "Study In DC" Students Career Advice

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Washington Center staff matches students (during the semester and summer) with DC-area alumni/families who are willing to talk about their jobs and careers and to provide students advice on how to achieve their own career goals. This connection can happen in a one-on-one setting or at "speed networking" sessions the Washington Center organizes throughout the year.

If you are interested in providing a student career advice, please tell us about yourself.

Click here to see all available volunteer opportunities with the W&M Washington Center

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Contact person for opportunity

Roxane Adler Hickey
wmdccenter@wm.edu
(202) 836-8606
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Washington Center: Speak with/Host a Class (Or Connect Us With Someone Who Will)

Description

A special feature of Study in DC opportunities is the opportunity for students and faculty to engage with DC's many dynamic public, private, and non-profit institutions. We create a unique learning environment for students when they discuss course topics with experts, organizational leaders, elected officials, and policy makers in their areas of expertise -- especially while guided by a W&M faculty member.

If your expertise aligns with one of our Study in DC course topics, please tell us about yourself.

Click here to see all available volunteer opportunities with the W&M Washington Center

Location
1779 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Building, Suite 705
Washington DC, 20036




Contact Info

Contact person for opportunity

Roxane Adler Hickey
wmdccenter@wm.edu
(202) 836-8606
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