Living in D.C.
Meet your home away from home.
Participants have the option of staying in TWC’s furnished intern housing in NoMa, a cosmopolitan neighborhood full of unique restaurants and nightlife.
You’ll be within walking distance of the National Mall and the best that D.C. has to offer (not to mention essentials like grocery stores and the Metro). Even better, you’ll have a built-in community of fellow interns to explore the city with.
We offer a comprehensive orientation to help you quickly adapt to life in D.C.
Safety and security
Our building offers 24-hour front-desk security and are only accessible via electronic card.
Our Housing Services staff provide support and guidance to ensure you have a successful living experience.
Our facilities are ADA-compliant, and we work with students of different ability levels to ensure you can live comfortably in our housing.
Beyond the National Mall, D.C. is a city of diverse and exciting neighborhoods.
You’ll be living in NoMa (North of Massachusetts Avenue), a cosmopolitan neighborhood full of unique restaurants and nightlife.
You'll be living blocks from the renowned H Street Corridor, a staple destination for D.C. foodies. D.C. was awarded Bon Appetit's title of Restaurant City of the Year in 2016, and it’s easy to see why if you take a walk down H Street. You’ll find everything from authentic Ethiopian food to ramen to inventive vegetarian cuisine and more.