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Getting A Leg Up: Interning In D.C., Part 3

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When thousands of young people work as interns in D.C., especially during the summer months, many don't get paid. But as Julia Pepe reports in the final part of our series "Getting a Leg Up", that doesn't mean they don't have a significant impact on the bottom lines of some local businesses.

Julia worked as an intern in the WAMU 88 5 Newsroom this past summer.

Julia Pepe reports...

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