Established in 1790 by the Constitution, Washington D.C. is a unique location for the nation’s capital and for your next TVI position! Chosen by Washington himself, The District of Columbia sits on a peninsula bounded by the Potomac and Anacostia rivers and offers a generally temperate climate. The District is said to have multiple personalities suitable for locals and tourists alike. History buffs will find utopia lost in the multitude of exhibits, museums, and monuments across the city. The Smithsonian is a must-see for all and it’s vast expanse will take multiple days to explore. The National Museum of Natural History is the most visited museum in the word and has over 127 million items – and that’s just one of The Smithsonian’s museums. If you’re looking for something a little more modern on your day off, stop over by the capital wheel and soar 180 feet in the air on the observation wheel – the sunset over the Potomac is a sight you’ll never forget. At the National Harbor Waterfront District you’ll find more than 65 shops to browse and numerous restaurants to stop for a bite. The Harbor is also a popular spot for concerts and festivals including the National Harbor Cherry Blossom Festival, The Wine & Food Festival, Gaylord National’s Summerfest, and Harbor Halloween.

Whatever scene you’re looking to be part of, Washington D.C. has it. With its rich history and diverse culture, The District has developed into a complex and layered city with a distinctive character, the only thing they’re missing – is you! There has never been a better time to search for TVI jobs in Washington D.C. so what are you waiting for?

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