Federal Government is interested in finding people from
diverse backgrounds who have the skills needed to meet its
future employment needs. While some Federal agencies have
developed agency-specific programs, this internship listing
is limited to special programs that can be used for hiring
in all Federal agencies.
Association of Colleges and Universities' National Internship
Organization: Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities
Headquarters Washington, DC Office
One Dupont Circle, NW (Suite 230)
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: (202) 467-0893
Fax: (202) 496-9177
Gardendale St (Suite 216)
San Antonio, Texas 78229
Tel: (210) 692-3805
Fax: (210) 692-0823
The cost of a HACU internship is
borne by the participating Federal agency. The cost covers
the intern's transportation to Washington, D.C. (or to the
intern's field site), emergency medical insurance and a weekly
stipend for participating interns ranging from $390 to $510.
Although HACU arranges for interns to be housed in university/college
dormitories, interns are responsible for paying the rent.
Period(s): Internships are for 10 weeks, beginning in
June and ending in August. In addition, internships are available
during the fall and spring semesters.
Deadline: For summer internships, HACU asks that agencies
make their requests during March and April. The deadline for
departments and agencies wishing to participate in the HNIP
program is two weeks before the internship program begins
in Washington DC, and three weeks before the program starts
for placements outside of Washington DC.
Availability: HNIP places interns nationwide, in the Washington,
DC metropolitan area and
must have at least a 3.0 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale,
receive one letter of recommendation from an advisor or professor,
be enrolled as a graduate or undergraduate student and provide
HACU with a résumé. Selection is based upon
academic performance, community and campus involvement, work
experience and the ability to participate in the program.
HACU provides at least three applicants for each position
requested by each of the participating agencies or departments,
and those entities make all final selection decisions.
Session/Training: Orientation is conducted during the
last weekend of May. HACU also provides interns with various
enrichment activities or seminars and requires interns to
undergo a mid-summer evaluation.
HNIP interns are employees of HACU. The interns are placed
in Federal agencies that participate through a contractual
or cooperative agreement with HACU. Although HNIP interns
are employees of HACU, they must comply with the work schedule
of the participating Federal department/agency and submit
time sheets that indicate the number of hours worked. Only
after submitting a time sheet with the signature of the intern's
immediate supervisor will interns receive a stipend. Interns
are not paid overtime, do not accrue vacation and are not
eligible for unemployment benefits.
Hispanic Caucus Institute's Fellowship Program (CHCI) Sponsoring
Organization: Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute,
Washington, DC 20002
Tel: (202) 543-1771 or 1-800-392-3532
Fax: (202) 546-2143
Person: Monique Garcia, Programs Coordinator, is available
Monday through Thursday, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (EST),
and on Fridays between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. (EST).
There is no cost to students or to
participating agencies, departments, congressional offices
or committees, media organizations, national advocacy groups
and government related institutions. Selected fellows, however,
receive round-trip transportation to and from Washington,
DC, within the United States, health insurance coverage and
a stipend of $1,550 per month from the CHCI. This program
is designed for recent college graduates (at any level & within
one year of graduation) and for currently enrolled graduate
students interested in pursuing careers in public policy.
Period: The program is conducted nine months out of the
year for 36 weeks from early September
to late May.
Deadline: CHCI interns usually apply in early April; however,
the exact date varies. If your office is interested in accepting
a fellow, please contact Ms. Garcia.
Availability: CHCI places
interns in the Washington, DC metropolitan area only.
Process: Fellows must demonstrate
active community involvement and participation through public
service, excellent communication and analytical skills, an
interest in pursuing a career in public policy and a cumulative
GPA of 3.0, or above, on a 4.0 scale. Students must submit
the Fellowship application (which is available during the
winter) by calling, writing, or e-mailing CHCI. The application
is also posted on the CHCI's Web Site during the winter. The
application package includes an application form, a résumé,
three reference forms (from a professor, a community leader,
and an employer), and the official transcripts. Telephone
interviews are conducted for semi-finalists.
arrival in September, fellows attend a 1-week orientation
to introduce them to CHCI, the program requirements, and the
special nature of work in Washington, DC. After the orientation
is complete, fellows have two weeks to search for placements
where they wish to do their fellowships. Institute staff provides
guidance and resources regarding possible placements. In order
to offer the fellows exposure to a broad rage of issues and
work environments, fellows have the option of changing placements
at the midpoint in the program.
Management Intern Program (PMIP) Sponsoring Organization:
United States Office of Personnel Management
William Green Federal Building
600 Arch Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106-1596
Tel: (215) 597-7136
Fax: (215) 597-8136
details are on the web site.
Leaders Fellowship Program (MLFP) Sponsoring
Organization: The Washington
Center for Internships & Academic Affairs
1101 14th Street, N.W., Suite 500
Washington, DC 20005-5622
Tel: (202) 336-7600 or 1-800-486-8921
Fax: (202) 336-7609
There is no cost to departments and agencies
participating in the MLFP. The Washington Center provides
fellows with a $5,000 fellowship, which covers the cost of
the MLFP's program and housing fees. Fellowship awards are
conditional upon recipients residing in Washington Center
housing. In addition, Fellows may receive a stipend of $125
per week and round-trip transportation to Washington, DC,
from their nominating educational institution.
Period(s): Fellowships are available in
the fall and spring semester for 14 to 15 weeks, while summer
internships are 10 weeks in duration.
Deadline: Participating departments and agencies should
secure interns at least three weeks before the internship
begins. Application deadlines for fellowships vary. Deadlines
are typically two months before internships begin.
Availability: MLFP internships
are available in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
Process: To apply, students must:
be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States; be
an African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic-American, Native-American,
or Pacific-Islander; be enrolled in a two or four-year accredited
institution of higher education (and preferably a second semester
sophomore at the time of the program); be in good academic
standing at their college or university and have demonstrated
academic achievement (however, the student's grade point average
does NOT play a major role in the selection process); be able
to demonstrate personal initiative by taking an active role
in campus or community affairs; and have shown maturity and
a desire to serve the welfare of their community and the nation.
Applicants must file an appropriate application form with
the signature of their college or university president, three
personal statements, two letters of recommendation, an official
transcript and a $60 non-refundable application fee paid by
their college or university. Selection is based upon the applicants'
leadership potential, academic achievement and written responses
to essay questions. Students must receive academic credit
from the sponsoring college or university to participate.
Session/Training: The Washington
Center requires fellows to attend an academic course that
meets one evening each week and develop a portfolio to document
their experience, which is evaluated at the end of the program.
Fellows also attend a one week seminar, afternoon lecture
series and Capitol Hill breakfast lecture series. Additionally,
Fellows work 35 hours per week at any agency during the duration
of the program.
Recruitment Program For College Students With Disabilities
(WRP) Sponsoring Organization(s): The
President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities
and the U.S. Department of Defense
Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities
1131 F Street, N.W., Third Floor
Washington, DC 20004-1107
Interns are hired by Federal government departments/agencies
and private sector employers. In addition, interns are responsible
for transportation to their placement site, local transportation,
meals and housing. Upon request, however, the WRP reserves
housing for Washington, DC interns.
Period(s): WRP internships are filled
between late May and mid-August each year.
Date Line: While there is no official
deadline for participating agencies, most job offers are made
by early June. To participate in the WRP, students must be
interviewed on a college or university campus within a five-week
period between the end of January and the end of February
Availability: Internships are available in Washington
DC and throughout the United States.
Process: Applicants must: have a
severe disability; be a United States citizen; and be enrolled
at an accredited two or four year college or university or
graduate program on a substantially full-time basis, seeking
a degree, or have graduated within the past six months. Applicants
must submit a Federal employment application form (e.g., an
OF 612 or a 171 form or a résumé), a supplemental
information form and a Federal sector referral agreement prior
to an interview. After the interview, job ready candidates
are entered into a database. First line supervisors are encouraged
to contact interviewers to receive additional information
about WRP participants.
WRP does not track job offers, applicants are responsible
for pursuing any job offers they receive. Final hiring decisions
are made by participating agencies.
Process: College career counselors
or disability student services providers who would like to
schedule a recruitment trip to their campuses in 1999 should
contact Betsy Friedman at the email address shown at right.
Due to limited staff resources, the President's Committee
cannot respond to direct student inquiries.
Session/Training: The WRP provides
no orientation. However, interns are encouraged to participate
in seminars provided by their sponsoring agency.
Accommodations: Questions regarding
reasonable accommodations should be directed to the Job Accommodation
Network (JAN) at 1-800-526-7234.
Interns are paid according to their level of
education and enter the civil service between the GS-2 and
GS-9 grade levels. Departments/agencies may offer participants
permanent positions if they are graduating seniors or graduate
House Fellows Program Sponsoring Organization:
President's Commission on White House Fellowships (Commission)
Jackson Place, N.W.
Washington, DC 20503
Tel: (202) 395-4522
Fax: (202) 395-6179
Fellows receive a salary and benefit package
from the department/agency to which they are assigned. Compensation
is commensurate with the federal pay grade GS-14, step 3.
Currently, most White House Fellows require full-time equivalent
(FTE) positions and therefore, may count against department
or agency hiring ceilings. Changes regarding FTE position
requirements, however, are under discussion. The Commission,
participating departments and agencies and prospective fellows
consult to determine job assignments.
Period(s): These fellowships
begin on September 1, and end on August 31. Fellowships are
Deadline: The application deadline
for candidates is February 1. By May of each year, all departments/agencies
desiring to participate in the White House Fellows Program
must express their intent to the Commission.
Availability: WHF Fellowships
are all in Washington, DC.
Process: To be eligible, applicants
must: be a U.S. citizen. They may not be a current Federal
government employee ( with the exception of career military
personnel), nor may they hold an official state or local office
during their fellowship year. While there are no formal educational
requirements or age restrictions, the fellowship program seeks
to provide young men and women with Federal government experience
early in their careers. Applicants must submit: a completed
application form; index cards with specified information;
three to five references; and numerous essays. The selection
process is multilayered. First, all completed applications
are reviewed by the alumni of the White House Fellows Program
in order to select candidates for interviews. Selection is
based on a remarkable record of achievement early in their
career. Applicants must have the skills to serve at the highest
levels of government, show leadership potential and have a
demonstrated commitment to public service. Second, based on
interviews with panels of prominent citizens from across the
county, candidates are selected to be national finalists.
Third, national finalists undergo comprehensive background
investigations for security clearance purposes. Finally, all
national finalists are interviewed by members of the President's
Commission on White House Fellowships. Thereafter, the Commission
makes fellowship recommendations to the President. The Commission
only recommends 11 to 19 fellows per year.
Session/Training: The White House
Fellowship Program includes an Education Program. As part
of the Education Program, fellows meet with leaders in fields
in and outside their respective job assignments, and they
travel to other U.S. cities, domestic military bases and foreign
countries to participate in public policy discussions.
Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies' Summer
Internship Program Sponsoring Organization:
Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies
Pennsylvania Avenue S.E., Suite 100
Washington, D.C. 20003
Tel: (202) 547-9100
Fax: (202) 547-9109
Interns receive a $2,500 stipend from the Institute
and are expected to make their own travel and housing arrangements.
There is no cost to Congressional offices and Federal departments
and agencies participating in the Institute's Summer Internship
Period(s): Internships are from
early June through early August each year.
Date Line: The application deadline
for summer internships is usually the end of the first week
in February. Participating departments/agencies are encouraged
to hire interns by the end of April.
Availability: These internships
are all in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
Process: In order to apply, applicants
must be: currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate students
with an interest in public policy issues and Asian Pacific
American community affairs; U.S. citizens or legal permanent
residents; able to demonstrate leadership abilities and excellent
oral and written communication skills; and have a minimum
grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Applicants must
also provide a one-page résumé, a current official
transcript and two letters of recommendation (one from a professor
and the other from an employer or community leader). Although
the Institute's staff initially screens applications, the
Selection Committee, which is composed of Institute's board
members and local supporters, makes final internship decisions.
Selection is based on the applicant's grade point average,
writing skills evidenced by requested essays and community
Session/Training: The Institute
hosts an orientation upon the interns' arrival. The Institute
also conducts workshops, luncheons and encourages interns
to attend weekly conferences conducted by the Conference on
Asian Pacific American Leadership.
of Chinese Americans' Congressional and Government Internships
Sponsoring Organization: Organization
of Chinese Americans, Inc. (OCA)
Connecticut Avenue, N.W. Suite #707
Washington, D.C. 20036
Tel: (202) 223-5500
Fax: (202) 296-0540
Interns receive a $1,500 stipend from OCA for 10 weeks of
full time work. Interns are also responsible for transportation
to and from Washington, DC, and housing. There is no cost
to Congressional offices and agencies participating in the
OCA s Public Internships.
Period(s): Internships are available
in the Spring, Summer and Fall for 10 weeks of full-time work.
Deadline: There is no deadline
for participating agencies or Congressional Offices desiring
to secure an OCA intern. For students, the application deadline
is as follows: for internships in the Spring of each year,
apply by mid-November; for those in the Summer, apply by mid-March;
and for those in the Fall, apply by mid-July.
Availability: OCA internships
are all in Washington, DC, only.
Process: In order to be eligible
for OCA Congressional and Government Internships, applicants
must be an undergraduate or a graduate student; demonstrate
an interest in public affairs; possess oral and written communication
skills; commit to work for a minimum of 10 weeks; and be a
OCA member or a College Affiliate member. Applicants must
also provide OCA with a completed application form, a résumé,
a one- page essay of why the applicant wants to participate
in the internship program, an academic transcript and two
letters of reference.
Selection Committee makes all final internship decisions and
places particular emphasis on the applicant's communication
skills and commitment to issues affecting the Asian American
Session/Training: OCA provides
interns with an orientation upon their arrival to Washington,
DC, and hosts luncheons throughout the internship period.
In addition, OCA encourages interns to attend conferences
held by the Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership
Internships For Native Students (WINS) Sponsoring Organization:
American University/Washington Internships For Native American
Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20016
Tel: (202) 885-2033
Fax: (202) 885-1505
Agencies pay 6,300 for per intern (in FY-98)
to participate in the WINS program. The cost covers: the interns
tuition; round trip travel to Washington, DC; local transportation;
housing; a meal plan; costs associated with social and cultural
activities and a stipend of $150 per week. Interns, however,
are responsible for incidental expenses for non-program activities,
such as medical care and independent social activities. Students
will receive six credit hours for participating in this program.
Period: WIN internships are for
eight weeks, beginning in early June and ending in early August
Deadline: The deadline for departments
and agencies desiring to participate in WINS is the first
end of the first week in May. The application deadline for
students varies; however, it is generally the end of the first
week of April.
Availability: WINS internships
are all in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
Process: In order to participate
in WINS, an applicant must be an American Indian or an Alaska
Native, at least an undergraduate freshman or graduate student
enrolled in a college or university, and in academic good
standing. Applicants must submit: a completed WINS application
form; an essay (minimum 500 words) on why they would like
to participate in the WINS program; a recent photograph; a
nomination letter from a member of the applicant's nation
or tribal council or an official from the applicant's nation
or tribal education department; a recommendation letter from
a faculty member at the applicant's respective college or
university; a résumé; and an official copy of
the most recent transcript. Each applicant is rated by a selection
committee, which evaluates the applicant's skills, experience
and education. WINS typically provides four applicants for
each position requested by the participating department/agency.
Thus, all final selection decisions are made by the requisite
Session/Training: Interns are
enrolled in the Washington Leadership Seminar in Tribal Issues
and Native Studies course at American University and receive
six (6) credit hours. In addition, interns attend seminars
and are required to design and write a model proposal for
the funding of a project within their respective communities,
with the guidance of WINS staff.
Washington Internships Sponsoring Organization:
1010 Wayne Avenue - Suite 555
10 S. Broadway, Suite 700
Silver Spring, MD 20910-5600
Tel: (301) 587-5880
Fax: (301) 587-3466
Inc., Nat'l Hqtrs
St. Louis, MO 63102
Tel: 1-(800) 642-9865
Fax: (314) 241-9325
Participating agencies pay the cost for interns
selected through the INROADS Internship organization ($3,000
plus the wages earned by interns). There is no cost to interns.
Period(s): INROADS prefers to
finalize all internship placements between early March and
the end of April. Summer internships are typically for 10
weeks, and they begin and end according to the interns' educational
Deadline: Student recruitment
for the INROADS Internship organization ends in December of
each year. Some INROADS affiliate locations may extend this
period into February.
Availability: While INROADS/Greater
Washington, Inc., places interns only in the Washington, DC
metropolitan area, internships are available in over 50 affiliate
offices around the country. Since the interns hired in the
respective metropolitan areas usually live and attend school
in the area, housing and transportation during the internship
session are not necessary.
Process: To participate
in the INROADS Internship organization, students must be pursuing
a degree at an accredited four-year college or university,
remain in good academic standing and maintain the minimum
grade point average set by their INROADS affiliate. INROADS
recruits students who have a 3.0 or better grade point average,
an ACT score 20 or a combined SAT score of 900 or better,
and rank within the top 10% of their class. Selection preference
is given to African American, Native American and Hispanic
American students who are high school graduating seniors,
college freshmen and college sophomores. To match students
with client organizations, INROADS uses a specification form
identifying organizational needs and conducts pre-screening
interviews. Final intern selections, however, are made by
Session/Training: INROADS interns
receive year-round personal coaching and formalized training
by INROADS staff. During the summer, interns participate in
INROADS's Leadership Development Institute that provides professional
career development training based upon core competency areas
in communication, self/time management, business sophistication,
and management/leadership skills. Intern academic progress
is monitored through monthly coaching sessions with an INROADS
staff advisor and the collection of college transcripts. Each
intern receives agency advice through a volunteer mentor and
is evaluated twice during each summer (mid-summer and end-of-summer)
to assure peak performance.
Wages are commensurate with the intern's educational level
and typically range between the GS-3 and GS-7 grade levels.
Services, Inc. Summer Intern Program Sponsoring Organization:
NAFEO Services, Inc.
5214 Baltimore Ave. (Suite 200)
Hyattsville, MD 20781
Tel: (301) 779-7100
Fax: (301) 779-9812
cost to participating departments and agencies for NAFEO Services
interns is $8,350 (FY 1998). This is set regardless of whether
the intern is an undergraduate or graduate student. The cost
covers round trip travel expenses to Washington, D.C. or to
the intern's work site, plus a stipend which is commensurate
with the intern's educational level and training. In addition,
NAFEO Services assists interns in locating housing. Most students
are responsible for paying housing costs.
Period(s): Summer internships
are for 10 weeks, beginning in June and ending in August.
In addition, NAFEO Services, Inc. administers internships
in the fall and spring.
Deadline: There is no deadline
for departments/agencies desiring to participate in the NAFEO
Services internship program. However, it is requested that
agencies inform NAFEO Services, Inc., of their intentions
by April 1. For students, the application deadline for the
summer internship is March 1 of each year.
Availability: NAFEO Services places
interns nationwide and in the Washington, DC metropolitan
Process: Applicants must: have
a minimum 3.0 grade point average or the grade point average
required by the selecting agency; be a United States citizen;
and be a sophomore, junior, senior undergraduate or graduate
student. Additionally, applicants must submit a completed
NAFEO Services' application, a transcript, a letter of recommendation
from a faculty advisor or current instructor, a one-page essay
describing the applicants' reason for wanting to participate
in the program and a résumé. Selection is based
upon the applicant's academic performance, community/campus
involvement, experience and the match between the needs of
the department or agency and the students skills. NAFEO Services
seeks to provide at least three applicants for each position
requested by the participating department/agency. However,
departments/agencies make final selection decisions.
Session/Training: Prior to the
beginning of the internship, NAFEO Services hosts an orientation.
Details regarding the site of their placement are sent prior
to orientation. In addition, NAFEO Services hosts at least
three seminars and arranges for tours and other social events.
Student Summer Work Experience Program Sponsoring Organization:
The American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES)
Boulder, CO 80301-2339
Tel: (303) 939-0023, ext. 29
Fax: (303) 939-8150
The cost to departments/agencies participating
in the AISES Summer Experience Program is $8,574 for FY-98,
which includes salaries, benefits, round-trip travel expenses
and AISES administration. While AISES arranges the housing
for interns working in Washington, DC, but interns are responsible
for their lodging costs. AISES helps American Indian students
prepare for careers in science, technology, engineering, business
and other academic areas.
Period: The Summer Work
Experience Program begins in early June and extends for a
ten-week period into mid-August.
Deadline: While the deadline for
departments/agencies participating in the Summer Work Experience
Program is mid-April, AISES is willing to accommodate the
needs of departments/agencies, if possible. The application
deadline for students is mid-February of each year.
Availability: AISES places interns
in Washington, DC, and nationwide.
Process: To be eligible
for the Summer Work Experience Program, applicants must: have
a minimum grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale; be enrolled
and pursuing a degree in a college or university on a full-time
basis; have at least sophomore class standing at the time
the assignments begin; and be a U.S. citizen. Students must
also submit a completed application form, letter of recommendation,
endorsement by a faculty or staff at the students' academic
institution, copy of transcripts and a written essay indicating
interest in a summer position. While both AISES and participating
Federal departments an agencies evaluate the applicants, the
departments and agencies make final selection decisions based
on the above criteria. To facilitate the selection process,
AISES screens and provides prospective departments and agencies
with a list of qualified candidates for each position. After
the department/agency has identified the skills and criteria
needed for an intern, AISES forwards intern applications.
Session/Training: AISES hosts
an orientation when interns arrive in Washington, DC. AISES
encourages interns to participate in seminars offered by their
respective departments/agencies. AISES also conducts evaluations
at the end of the Summer Work Experience Program. As such,
AISES asks departments and agencies to identify the strengths
of and offer suggestions to improve the Program.
Since students are employees of AISES, they do not count against
agency hiring ceilings and do not require full-time equivalent
(FTE) positions. AISES administers all payroll, time, attendance
and other employment aspects associated with the Summer Work
Experience Program. Interns are not paid overtime, do not
accrue vacation and are ineligible for unemployment benefits.
In Public Policy Internship Program (WIPP) Sponsoring Organization:
Washington Center for Internships & Academic Affairs
14th Street, N.W., Suite 500
Washington, D.C. 20005-5622
Tel: (202) 336-7600 or 1-800-486-8921
Fax: (202) 336-7609
There is no cost to departments/agencies participating in
the WIPP Program. Interns, however, are responsible for round-trip
transportation to Washington, DC, local transportation, meals
and a program fee. The program fee for the Summer Term of
1997 was $2,450 and $2,750 for the 1997 Fall Semester. While
the Washington Center offers financial assistance, approximately
35 percent of students receive no financial assistance and
awards are generally limited to $2,000. To be considered for
financial assistance, students must live in Washington Center
housing. Scholarship awards are first applied to the Washington
Center's housing fee, which was $1,825 for the Summer Term
and $2,575 the fall term. However, please call the Washington
Center to get the current program and housing fees.
Period: Internships are available
during the summer, fall and spring semesters.
Deadline: For students, application
deadlines vary. However, the Washington Center encourages
early applications because some agency placements have their
own early deadlines and require advance application to complete
security clearance. The Washington Center recommends that
departments and agencies participating in the WIPP Program
secure interns two to three weeks before the internship is
scheduled to begin.
Availability: Internships are
available in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
Process: To be eligible for the
WIPP Program, applicants must: be enrolled in an accredited
college or university as a second semester sophomore or above;
maintain a grade point average of at least a 2.5 on a 4.0
scale--however, higher grade point averages are required for
some placements; remain enrolled in and receive credit from
their college or university for their participation; and receive
the endorsement of their campus liaison or faculty sponsor.
Applicants must also submit: a completed application form;
a personal goals and issues essay; an internship request statement;
two letters of recommendation; an official transcript; a résumé;
a check or money order for the non-refundable $60 application
fee; and a completed housing agreement. Selection is based
upon the students' commitment to experiential learning and
the sponsoring institution's dedication to the students' success
completing the semester. Final selection decisions are made
by the participating department/agency in consultation with
Session/Training: In addition
to a four- day work week, interns attend the following enrichment
activities: the Washington Forum Presidential Lecture Series;
Washington Forum Capital Hill Breakfast Series; academic evening
courses; and small group meetings. The WIPP Program also requires
interns to maintain a portfolio, which is graded by a Program
Supervisor, to document their learning experience.
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