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Getting a Leg Up: Interning In D.C., Part 1

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Internships provide valuable experience and help beef up a graduate's resume. About 20,000 young people come to D.C. every summer seeking opportunities at government agencies, businesses and non-profits. Izard was an intern in the WAMU 88.5 Newsroom this summer.

Lauren Izard reports Part One of our series "Getting a Leg Up..."

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