The Top 5 Cities for Psychology Internships

Joe Meringolo | November.16.2017

Do you love working with other people? Are you interested in working in a community? Do want to help people who are in need or at risk? Then you’re probably a Psych major!

Two Summers. Two Cities. How do they Compare?

Global Experiences | July.27.2015

 

 

Michele St-Amant, our RA in Washington D.C., reflects on how her experience living in D.C. has been different, and yet somehow similar, to her experience in London.

Why DC is the Best Internship City

Augusta Viccellio | February.23.2015

Every year Washington, DC, the American center of politics, sees a huge influx (about 40,000) of young interns. Summer Internships are big in DC not only in federal agencies and their affiliated companies but also in non-profit, business, marketing, public relations, and global development. The deadlines for summer internships for 2015 are always early for DC and now is the time to get your application submitted.

7 Reasons to Spend Your Summer in Washington, D.C.

Meghan Tankersley | April.17.2014

Every summer, Washington D.C. becomes the mecca for internships for those interested in politics, law, and non-profits. It is one of the most powerful cities in the world and is full of opportunities for those who can take the heat and are eager to learn.

Top 5 Free Things To Do In Washington, D.C.

Meghan Tankersley | February.06.2014

Thousands of people flock to Washington, D.C. every year to explore the hundreds of great attractions, festivals, and rub shoulders with the USA's political leaders. DC is a smaller, but thriving international metropolis full of entertainment for everyone. Though DC ranks in the top 20 for most expensive cities in the world, there are plenty of great things to do that won't cost a dime!

Never Want to Leave DC

Meghan Tankersley | July.30.2012

I am very sad to report my time here in Washington DC is running low.... But I don't even want to think about that, lets just say I am living in denial. As the weeks progress I get harder and more interesting projects. Last week I worked on four citizen applications, did a motion for reconsideration of sentencing, a petition to convert an estate from regular to small, started a Schedule B form for a small estate and met with a couple of clients. One of the clients was for a new case that I am working on that involves theft and selling alcohol untaxed and the other was about an estate.

My Washington DC Internship by Sabine D.

Jessica Burns | December.31.2009

 

Sabine D. was determined to go to journalism school but realized she needed real-world experience to make the most out of her education. The Algonquin College student knew that an internship was the best way to gain that experience and wanted to go abroad to do so. Sabine wrote us a blog to share her experience of interning in Washington DC with the world!

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