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How To Dress For Summer Internships

By Jacqueline Kay|May 5, 2015

Dressing for an internship can be both daunting and expensive, but it really doesn’t have to be. Some of you may remember Hillary’s post on how to dress well on a budget? In that post, Hillary showed you how you don’t have to break the bank to look good at work.  While that post is relevant all year…

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7 (Crazy) Gadgets To Take A Good Selfie

By Hillary Kawahara|April 21, 2015

Selfies have taken over the world (thanks Kim K!). Although 2014 was officially the year of the selfie, with the best selfie in history been taken at the Oscars, they are sticking around for 2015 too. There seems to be selfie lovers everywhere these days, especially around the hotspots of DC. But taking the perfect selfie isn’t as easy…

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WISH Newsletter: Things To Do

By Woody Wilson|April 9, 2015

  Parade of the National Cherry Blossom Festival, April 11th 10am One of DC’s largest spectator events, the energy-filled Parade runs for 10 blocks along iconic Constitution Avenue. Giant colorful helium balloons, elaborate floats, marching bands from across the country, celebrity entertainers, and performers burst down the Parade route in a grand spectacle of music…

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5 Easter Brunch Recipes That Won’t Break The Bank

By Jeron Andrews|March 31, 2015

Easter is coming up this weekend people and we all know one the best ways to celebrate Easter (and every weekend!) is with brunch! Brunch is probably my favorite time of the week, and Easter weekend in D.C. is one of the best times to brunch in the capital. There is one slight problem. Brunch is not too…

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7 Difficult Interview Questions: Be Prepared!

By Georgia Warrington|March 24, 2015

Spring is in the air and if you are a college student, you are probably well on your way to applying for your summer internship. One of the first goals when you set out on an internship search is to be called for an interview, but then what? Preparation is obviously essential but interviews can…

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May 2015: The Month Of…

By Martha Warrington|April 28, 2015

Greetings my esteemed readership. Your editor-in-chief Martha here, bringing you the first article in our new series of “The Month of…” Wondering what the “The Month of…” is? Well, every month represents a number of unique and often bizarre holidays. This series aims to keep you up to date on what every month represents. Here at…

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5 Space Saving Tips For Your Dorm

By Ed Woodward|April 14, 2015

Woodward here. I’m back with yet another mind numbing post Martha seems to think will make your life better. I’m all about helping you folks out, but I’d prefer to do it by putting my top notch reporting skills to good use and bringing you some breaking news. I was sure bringing you my last…

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How To Turn Your Internship Into A Job

By Billy J. Clanton|April 7, 2015

Every few months, especially during the summer, floods of interns, like your good self, descend on our nations capital to gain valuable experience interning in DC. For many of you guys, this internship will pave the way for you to land your dream job. For the very best of you, it could even result in a…

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ENTER TO WIN! Nats vs. Yankees Baseball Tickets

By Woody Wilson|March 24, 2015

WHAT: Washington Nationals Vs. New York Yankees Baseball Game WHEN: Saturday, April 4th at 1:05pm We are giving away 70 FREE TICKETS!! These tickets come with an $8 food/beverage credit and the first 70 interns to post their photo to our facebook page will get a ticket!   To qualify for one free ticket, post your…

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WISH Policy Salon: Wednesday, March 25th

By Martha Warrington|March 20, 2015

 WISH Welcomes Jody Thomas the Executive Director of National Foundation for Women Legislators to speak. Wednesday, March 25, 2015 6:00pm WISH Classroom on Capitol Hill RSVP to interns@internsdc.com Biography Jody Thomas is Executive Director of the National Foundation for Women Legislators, a nonprofit educational foundation that provides strategic resources to over 4,000 elected women leaders for leadership…

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