IWP Interns 2016
“Thanks to [IWP Career Services], I was to acquire a full-time job. Being able to talk about what I have done at this internship greatly impacted my success in the interview process.”
-Marco Salvo, Spring 2019
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“The Institute of World Politics has been a long-time top internship opportunity for ROTC cadets in the Georgetown Battalion. Many of us have similar ambitions, and IWP has a track record of setting up these cadets for success in their fields.”
-Caleb Smith, Spring 2019
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“IWP has exposed me to practitioners from all disciplines across the national security field. The opportunities for personal and professional growth, networking, and real-world experience have been unparalleled.”
-Amanda Custer, Summer 2018
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“Each new day at IWP proved to be a different and unique challenge, as I met a wide range of practitioners and experts in politics and statecraft across Washington.”
-Katie Lynch, Fall 2017
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“One thing is for certain: the IWP will open doors for you if you are willing to take advantage of its opportunities.”
-Nicole Pope, Spring 2017
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“I cannot recommend IWP enough to any college student seeking an internship.”
-Sean Crowley, Summer 2016
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“I was immediately impressed by the level of expertise on global politics that individuals at IWP brought to the table.”
-Daniel Staiber, Fall 2015
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“The Institute of World Politics instilled in me a commitment to work in international politics, a deep appreciation for the instruments of global power, and a community of brilliant and dedicated individuals that became like a family away from home.”
-Patrick Gallagher, Summer 2015
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“I found that the IWP truly epitomizes the highest standard of national security education and prepares leaders for success in the fields of intelligence and national security.”
Greg Willey, Fall 2014
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“Starting on the first day, interns at IWP are placed alongside practitioners of intelligence and security matters who provide an unrivaled opportunity to learn from the faculty’s wealth of public and private sector experiences.”
Tyler Deffebach, Fall 2014
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“I first applied for the internship with the expectation that most of the internship would consist of phone calls, database entry, and administrative work, but that it would still be worth the opportunity to work in Washington, D.C.  I’ve never been so excited to be wrong.”
John Hoffner, Summer 2014
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“During my time aiding COL Mennes, I conducted research on National Security reform, interagency coordination, successes and failures of AFRICOM, and many other related subjects to help in his publication for Army War College.”
Haley Ashcom, Fall 2013
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“The IWP experience is truly what you choose to make of it, but my brief time there gave me cause for reflection not only on the type of student I wish to be for my latter two undergraduate years, but also on the type of leader I aspire to one day become.”
Alexander Teague, Summer 2013
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“I have an interest in international affairs, conflict resolution and diplomacy, all of which greatly affect those serving in the military, and I couldn’t have chosen a better institution for learning and experience these fields.”
Austin Worth, Fall 2009
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