|Commonwealth Catholic Charities - Refugee and Immigrant Services
Internships for credit (non-paid) with approximately 8-12 hours per week or more. TESOL, Casework, Legal, and individualized internships available for majors in Sociology, Cultural Anthropology, Political Science, Pre-Law, International Relations, International Law, English, Education, Social Work or any other majors who have an interest in working with immigrants.
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Complete listing of internship jobs on Capitol Hill
Institute of International Education (IIE)
Global Education USA Services Division, Washington, D.C.
Summer 2011, part-time internship (28 hour/week)
Undergraduate or graduate student interested in international education and/or internationally focused non-profits is preferred.
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Office of Controller of the Currency
Financial Management Internship Programs in Washington, DC
Major: Accounting, Policy, Business Management & related fields
Undergraduate and graduate students
Office of U.S. Senator Mark Warner
Open to college students or recent graduates who are residents of Virginia.
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Foreign Agricultural Service Summer Internship Program
U.S. House of Representatives Employment Bulletin
Virginia Jobs Internship Opportunities
Virginia Department of Health
Richmond, VA – Internship placements throughout the state of Virginia.
College majors include any science, health science, pre-med, business and management. Unpaid work assignments for academic credit are considered internships and can be completed during the semester or summer. Academic credit for work must be arrangement through your school.
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Virginia Economic Bridge, Inc.
Paid and unpaid internships during the semester and summer.
Virginia Tourism Corporation
Unpaid public relations internships offered year round. Interns are usually juniors or seniors with majors in: Communications, Journalism, or Public Relations.
Washington, D.C. Internship Institute