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TWC Highlights • Academic Internship Program, semester-long program with 3 components: Internship (4 days per week); Course (one night per week); and L.E.A.D. Career Readiness Curriculum (Fridays) • Academic Seminars, 2-week-long programs featuring: Inauguration 2021 and National Security • Innovative Customized Programs featuring Veterans Employment Trajectory (VET) Initiative • Residential & Academic Facility houses 350+ students with 8 classrooms • Virtual Internship Program preserving the internship experience during the coronavirus with a June 1-July 31 program featuring: 20-25 hour virtual internship; Course (one night per week); and L.E.A.D. (Career Readiness Curriculum) Program Impact • Measuring Impact, per a Gallup-Purdue Index Core Survey of recent TWC alumni, TWC's programs changes the trajectory of student lives, for example, TWC's first-generation college students fare better than their counterparts among graduates nationally on several key outcomes, including being more likely to be thriving financial and social well-being. Other survey results include: – TWC participants rated these skills most impactful: networking, adaptability and workplace skills. – 42% are more likely to be engaged at their work than graduates nationally (38%). – Nearly 70% of participants strongly agree they interacted with people of different backgrounds on a regular basis while attending TWC. More than 20% higher than graduates nationally. Motorola Solutions Foundation found partnering with e Washington Center helped us achieve our goal of supporting and interacting with bright, talented students from all over the United States. at partnership allowed us to identify and customize an approach to the type of student we want to reach from among the wide variety of talented, motivated students TWC draws to D.C. throughout the year. colleges and universities domestically and internationally; many provide credit for program participation. 650+ employers in the public, private and NGO sectors host TWC interns 600+ government agency partners 30 international government partners 8 TWC Network Matthew Blakely, Executive Director, Motorola Solutions Foundation; Director, Inclusion, Diversity and Outreach, Motorola Solutions For more information, contact Gina M. Flores Stumpf Development Managing Director (202) 238-7948 The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars | @TWCinternships

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