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July 2015: The Month Of…

By Martha Warrington|June 30, 2015

Greetings my esteemed readership. Happy 4th of July! Your editor-in-chief Martha here, back with the third in our series of “The Month of…” If you saw our first two “The Month of…” articles, you’ll know what this series is all about. If you didn’t, where were you? Check them out here and here. As with May and June’s post, I’ll round up…

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WISH Newsletter: Things to Do | June/July

By Woody Wilson|June 23, 2015

WISH Newsletter: Things to Do Golden Cinema, June-July, 7:30-10pm June 26 Hook July 10 Nine to Five July 17 Miss Congeniality July 24 Italian Job July 31 The Wedding Planner Mark your calendar and join hundreds under the stars for a night of entertaining movies and activities. Make a night of it and plan to take advantage of the array…

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Why It’s OK To Ask For Help At Your Internship

By Georgia Warrington|June 9, 2015

Being a dedicated intern usually means you take on a little (or a lot) more work than you can handle. This is totally understandable. You have been given a golden opportunity to prove yourself and make a lasting impression, so it is only natural that you want to go above and beyond. One thing you…

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WISH Newsletter: Things To Do

By Ed Woodward|May 28, 2015

  WISH Newsletter: Things To Do  WISH Welcome Reception, June 2 6-8pm Come mix and mingle with WISH Interns! Bring your appetite! This is a catered event. Reception held in WISH Ballroom United States Air Force Band Summer Concert Series, June 2 at 8pm Performance held on U.S. Capitol Steps *Weather permitting* Capitol Riverfront Outdoor…

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Tips For Internships: How To Survive Your First Day

By Chelsea Evara|May 19, 2015

The start date for summer internships is just around the corner, and for many of you the first day will be quite a nerve racking experience. This is completely normal. Even seasoned pros like Billy J. Canton get first day nerves (although he’d never admit it). Despite your first day nerves, it’s important that you…

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Spending 4th Of July Weekend In Washington DC

By Jacqueline Kay|June 23, 2015

Are you planning on celebrating the 4th of July weekend in Washington DC? Good choice! As our nation’s capital, DC is one of the most patriotic places in the country to celebrate Independence Day. And it doesn’t disappoint when it comes to festivities either. From parades and fireworks, to concerts and festivals, you are in for a…

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4 Ways To Make The Most Of A Disappointing Internship

By Hillary Kawahara|June 16, 2015

Believe it or not, sometimes an internship doesn’t work out or isn’t as exciting as you expected. Naturally, you will start your internship full of excitement about what lies ahead, but in reality it may not be as glamorous or fun filled as you imagined. Just because the reality of your internship doesn’t live up…

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9 Silly Intern Mistakes

By Truman Wosnak|June 2, 2015

Summer Internship Season is here and it is important to start (and finish) your internship on the right foot. You wouldn’t believe some of the silly mistakes interns make every semester here in DC (and all over the US) that can complete blow their internship and the chance to get a full-time job. Are you wondering what these…

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June 2015: The Month Of…

By Martha Warrington|May 26, 2015

Greetings my esteemed readership. Your editor-in-chief Martha here. I’m back with the second in our series of “The Month of…” If you saw our first “The Month of…” article, you’ll know what this series is all about. If you didn’t (why the hell not?) you can see it in last month’s post. I’m noticing a pattern in…

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WISH Newsletter: Things to Do | May

By Woody Wilson|May 13, 2015

WISH Newsletter: Things to Do in May In Light of the Past: Twenty-Five Years of Photography at the National Gallery of Art, May 3 – July 26, M-S: 10am– 5pm., Sunday 11 a.m. – 6pm Be on hand for the opening of In the Light of the Past: Twenty-Five Years of Photography at the National…

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