Hundreds of nonprofit, international, private sector, and government agencies host Washington Center interns each year. This list is not exhaustive and includes only a subset of organizations at which students have interned in the recent past. Some organizations have . citizenship requirements (marked below with *) and availability will vary by semester. You’ll have an advisor to guide you throughout the internship matching process and help you secure a position that fits your interests, skills and background. Learn more about the pre-arrival experience .
I spent three months doing a Business Development internship in Korea and found the experience to be absolutely first class. Before going to Korea I didn’t want to be doing the typical “busy work” that an intern usually does, but rather more useful tasks where I could build my skills and learn more about the industry. During the first week of my internship, I was working on projects that were very challenging and hands-on, which was exactly what I wanted. AIP found the perfect company for me, and I can’t say enough about how professional they were.
“It’s the people; my managers are friendly and approachable and I benefitted from the mentor system in Deloitte. My mentor went the extra mile to guide me for work and non-work related matters. My RDGI team had outings on several occasions and it was really enjoyable! There were several events that stood out in my 8-months internship - rowing with the Deloitte Dragon boat team definitely topped the list. We achieved a respectable position at the annual Marina Regatta race despite being a relatively young team. I feel that Deloitte places huge emphasis on their interns and one of the ways Deloitte shows their appreciation for their interns is through awarding the Intern of the Week. I had a strong sense of satisfaction and it gave me an impetus to work and play harder during my internship.”