Thank you for all that you do to champion The Washington Center on your campus.
The resources below are meant to help you advise students and spread the word about The Washington Center! Have suggestions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To view past dates and future deadlines, visit one of the following Academic Calendar pages for our current and upcoming programs and seminars for 2023 and 2024.
These templates and toolkits are designed to help you promote TWC's programs to different audiences across a variety of mediums. These resources are for marketing purposes and can be adapted as you see fit.
Resources to promote information sessions and other events.
Resources for campus champions to share TWC with their students.
Graphics & captions you can use to promote TWC via social media.
Email templates to promote TWC to students and faculty.
Images and logos you can use to promote The Washington Center on your campus.
Printable one-pager to customize with your school's cost and credit arrangements.
Customizable document to share news about student participation in TWC.
These resources include a mix of print and digital marketing content to help you promote TWC on your campus. These materials can be shared with students and fellow faculty/staff members.
Links to student webpages for the Academic Internship Program and Seminars.
Digital guide detailing the components and value of the Academic Internship Program.
One-pager highlighting the components, housing and dates for the Academic Internship Program.
One-pager highlighting the program components, dates and scholarships for upcoming Academic Seminars.
Posters that can be displayed on a digital screen or printed and hung on campus.
One-pager highlighting the benefits of partnering with TWC and providing resources to campus champions.
One-minute promotional video spotlighting the Academic Internship Program.
Overview of programming and sample events for the Academic Internship Program.
Sample course guide and course syllabi for the Academic Internship Program.
List of internship sites by interest area that host interns in the Academic Internship Program.
Highlighting support services that ensure accessibility for all students.
Highlighting how any student completing a degree in the U.S. can participate in our internships.
English/Spanish FAQs for parents of students interested in the Academic Internship Program.
Advising guide to help you explain why a remote internship can be a great option.
Webpage featuring resources to help students through the application process.
These additional resources focus on TWC's academic experience, student pre-arrival and more. They can be shared with fellow faculty/staff, students and parents.
Printable document with the estimated costs of personal expenses for the average intern.
Framework for internship supervisors to ensure a high-impact and mutually beneficial experience.
Graphic with an overview of what students can expect once accepted to the program.
These on-demand sessions offer ideas and resources to help you promote TWC on your campus this year.
One-pager highlighting how students can apply to internship sites that TWC does not partner with.
Links to some of the most frequently accessed forms and pages by liaisons.
Request Printed Materials
Request hard copies of the student trifold or campus poster, and we'll mail them to you.
Early Grade Request Form
Refer to this form to see when student grades will be available for a particular term and request early grades if needed.
Our team is always available to answer any questions or provide any additional resources to help you fulfill your liaison role.