The apartment was great! It was clean, spacious, and recently renovated. I had some very nice roommates from all over. Once the new management took over they were very helpful and were eager to help with any concerns I had.
My daughter recently stayed in a WIHN property on I Street NW. The apartment was clean and fully furnished and the roommates were friendly. More importantly the building was safe and secure which was important to us given its proximity to Union Station. The new management was very helpful when we had to extend her stay by a few weeks at the last minute. Real peace of mind for parents.
I loved my time staying with WIHN, the location was perfect and central to all of me and my roommates internships and it was a great community to live with throughout the summer! I am so thankful WIHN gave me such an awesome experience!
My son is finishing his internship in D.C as a Roomsie guest and the experience has been very positive overall. He accommodations were above expectations and we would highly recommend this property and host. Melanie has been terrific during his 3 month stay there.
The WIHN housing at Senate Square was a terrific place to stay for my summer internship on Capitol Hill. The amenities were astounding. From the rooftop pool and deck, to the fitness center and lounge, there was always a great spot to hangout, read, or study. My apartment was very nice. The furniture was new and we never had any issues with anything in the rooms. Very big and spacious. WIHN's Senate Square is located in a tremendous spot. It is SAFE (great neighborhood), next to a grocery and pharmacy, close to Union Station, and a short walk to Capitol Hill. The price is high, but compared to other locations in Washington D.C., and considering the proximity to Capitol Hill, this service and location cannot be beat. I definitely had the best living situation of all the interns in my office. Thanks, WIHN.
We believe in the power of relationships.
Each year, The WIHN interviews our alumni and inquires about their DC experience and any advice they might have for those just starting out on their career path. Each year, almost unanimously, we here the same thing over and over again. One of the most critical aspects of serving as an intern is the opportunity you get to make new friendships and cultivate your network of fellow professionals. At The Washington Intern Housing Network, we realize the importance of making these connections and do what we can to facilitate these new relationships.
Each semester we sponsor and organize a “kick off” reception that allow for our tenants to meet & get to know one another. In 2015, The WIHN is eagerly looking forward to organizing group outings to museums, athletic events, lectures, concerts and live theater performances.
See examples of how The WIHN facilitates offline social and professional networking by viewing our WIHNterns gallery.