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Introducing Intern City -- your guide to all things intern

Jenna Johnson

Yeah, we know that you can't get enough info about internships -- so today The Washington Post is launching a Web page devoted entirely to D.C. interns.

Intern City is your one-stop guide to Washington: Ask questions, flip through our intern scrapbook, receive career tips, follow internship news, watch videos, find local blogs and -- most important -- locate the best happy hour specials.

Although summer is the official "intern season," this page will be updated all year long, as you complete fall and spring internships and search for a gig for next summer.

This page is for you, so let me know what extra features we should add or topics we should cover. And I am always looking for guest bloggers to share their expertise! You can best reach me via e-mail, johnsonj@washpost.com.

(And very special thanks to everyone at The Post who helped bring this page to life, including Web producers Meghan Louttit and Naomi Nix, editor Jane Elizabeth and designer Wilson Andrews.)

By Jenna Johnson  |  August 4, 2010; 10:58 AM ET
Categories:  D.C. Interns  
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