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The Philadelphia Center
Providing opportunities for professional exploration, intellectual development, and personal growth, in the heart of one of America's largest and most dynamic cities, The Philadelphia Center features more than 800 field placements along with one-of-a-kind seminars and independent living in an exciting urban setting. As an intern, you'll:
To learn more, visit TPC's website.
As the seat of American government, Washington, D.C. is a natural setting for you to study politics. It also offers you opportunities in media, the arts, education, business, science, international affairs, and much more. TWC will help you develop a program that includes:
To learn more, visit TWC's website.
Offering three distinct programs, Arts, Entrepreneurship, and Social Justice, the Chicago Program teaches participants to examine urban issues through all three of these lenses. The curriculum consists of four single-credit components, enabling you to engage academically, professionally, and personally with this dynamic city. You will earn a full semester’s course load through:
To learn more, visit Chicago Program's website.
“The Philadelphia Center gave me the resources to realize that I can be a contributing and successful adult. The program also gave me clarity on my future career, practical independent living skills, and the opportunity to experience society in a new light. I would not be nearly as confident to take on graduate school and life after Hanover graduation without my internship, peers, and advisors that helped me at TPC.”
KorbyQuan Reed '16, Psychology Major
“Through TWC, I had the opportunity to listen to experts from all areas of the political field discuss their careers and today’s issues. These experiences helped me set goals for my future and gave me the resources to pursue those goals after I graduate. How much this program changes you for the better will shock you.”
Alyssa Retske '17, Political Science Major, BSP
“The Chicago Program enabled me to have the experience of working in the professional field of journalism. I also took fantastic classes that enlightened me to all of the social and political problems of Chicago, and our professors provided us with many hands-on experiences and speakers that really enabled us to be a part of the culture of Chicago. By the time I left, I felt like I was a native Chicagoan.”
Caroline Beck ’17, English Major