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Washington Internship Institute
Advisor: Director of Career Services
Students participating in WII's internship program work four days per week and attend the fifth day seminar to process their experiences. Students actively create and shape personal and professional learning goals by utilizing the three experiential learning components which guide the program: knowledge, activity and reflection. Past internship placements include: CNN, FAA, American Red Cross, Amnesty International, and others. Housing (excluding board) is provided.
*Participation requires approval by the Internship Committee- Deadline to apply: December 1 of the academic year prior to planned participation.