Support TWC

Your support is crucial to TWC’s mission of creating greater access and opportunity for students via career-connected learning opportunities. Together, we can build a stronger bridge between college and career by focusing on equity and the evolving needs of learners and employers.

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All gifts support TWC programming to expand opportunity for learners to participate in internship and experiential-learning programs, no matter their age, race and lived experience. 

These programs not only provide real-world skills, they create networking opportunities that many first-generation and historically marginalized learners do not have. 

TWC’s Commitment to Access, Equity and Opportunity by the Numbers 

For nearly 50-years, TWC has defined the concept of experiential learning. Today, we take that mission further by taking on a once-in-a-generation opportunity to serve historically marginalized students. 

Serving Learners of All Backgrounds Creating a Global Network of Partners
  • 30% of participants are first generation college students
  • 61% of TWC students are women
  • 95% of alumni believe TWC prepared them for their career
  • 300 academic partners
  • 250 intern employers
  • 64,000 alumni worldwide
  • 140 countries countries & the U.S. represented
Join TWC’s Mission 

Connect with TWC to find the best way we can work together and deliver solutions that meet the needs of learners, employers and educators: 

  • Utilize TWC as your organization’s talent search provider for diverse, representative interns and entry level talent.
  • Invest in our programs and new initiatives that deliver solutions for your industry and open career pathways for learners. 
  • Create a paid internship with TWC at your place of business.  
  • Fund scholarships to cover program, housing, travel and other costs. 
  • Become a mentor or speaker at TWC. 
  • Share your expertise and mentorship to help tailor programs. 

Learn more by contacting TWC’s advancement team at

Additional ways to Donate 

In addition to one-time and recurring online gifts, TWC gratefully accepts many gift payment options: 


Make checks payable to The Washington Center. Download and complete this donation form. Mail your check and completed form to: 

The Washington Center Residential and Academic Facility 
c/o The Finance Department 
1005 3rd Street NE 
Washington, D.C. 20002 

Electronic Transfers: 

Use the following information to donate via bank wire transfer.  

To the account of: Truist 
Address: 1730 Rhode Island Ave, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036 
Account Name: The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars 
Account Number: 5162403895 
ABA Number: 054001547 
SWIFT Code (for International Wires): BIC BRBTUS33 

Additional Ways to Give: 

Please contact us at with questions or for more information on additional giving options such as through a donor advised fund, bequests and estate planning, direct transfer of securities or employee matching programs.

TWC Annual Reports

Each year, The Washington Center releases an Annual Report with a summary of the past year’s accomplishments, a review of program outcomes and much more. 


The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in Washington, D.C. Federal ID # 52-1019820.   

Grants and contributions made to TWC are tax deductible to the extent permissible under federal law. Financial statements are audited annually. 

For electronic transfers, please indicate full invoice number in a reference field when transferring to: Truist, 1730 Rhode Island Ave, N.W., Washington, DC 20036, Account# 5162403895, Account Name: The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, ABA# 054001547, SWIFT Code for International Wires: BIC BRBTUS33 

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