The Washington Center at UNH:
Where do our students go after they graduate?Alumni2014

Since the University of New Hampshire affiliated with The Washington Center in the 1970s, UNH has sent over 700 students to DC for internship opportunities.Students from all majors have found that TWC is the perfect opportunity to test out a potential career and launch their future.

The University of New Hampshire Alumni Association has a very active Alumni Chapter in Washington DC. They host events for UNH Alumni in DC, to connect the current interns with alumni, to network, to cheer on the WildCats, and to just have a good time. Current UNH students have met past TWC interns as well as other alumni, and have made valuable personal and professional contacts.

We make it easy for current and former participants to stay connected to their UNH and TWC networks, wherever they are:

Below are some of our alumni, and what they are doing now.

Jocelyn Bissonnette

Economics '09
Internship: National Association of Federally Impacted Schools
Employer: National Association of Federally Impacted Schools

Kathleen Capstick

Political Science '12
Internship: Office of Senator John Kerry
Employer: U.S. House of Representatives, Democratic Budget Committee Staff

Melanie Condon

Political Science & International Affairs '10
Internship: United Nations Association of the National Capital Area (UNA-NCA)
Employer: Policy Associate, Natural Resources & Infrastructure Committee, National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL)

Geoffrey Cunningham

English/Journalism '11
Internship: CBS Face The Nation
Employer: White House Correspondent, Saudi Press Agency

Sam DiSesa

Political Science & Justice Studies '09
Internship: Interpol--U.S. National Central Bureau
Employer: US Navy Intelligence Officer

John W. Greene

Environmental Conservation, '10
Internship: US Environmental Protection Agency
Employer: Outreach Coordinator for Congresswoman Annie Kuster

Myra Khan

Communication & International Affairs, '07
Internship: US Department of State, Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration
Employer: Project Officer, World Learning

Jackie Lewis

Political Science '10
Internship: The ENOUGH Project
Employer: EFL Teacher at the Kigali Language Exchange in Kigali, Rwanda

Tory Mazzola

Economics and Political Science '02
Internship: The National Group
Employer: Public Relations, Bauer Hockey

Thomas Parisi

Political Science & Cinema Studies '10
Internship: Book Hill Associates
Employer: Federal Communication Commission

Rory Sheehan

History '05
Internship: Office of Senator Edward Kennedy
Employer: New Media Press Secretary/Digital Director, US House of Representatives, Oversight and Government Reform Committee Democratic Staff

 

 


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