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“I’m all about social justice, I’m all about impact, I’m all about creating spaces for communities of color, people who are unrepresented in tech, women, women of color, just really trying to be that person that keeps that door open behind me and creates new...

The Intern Project (TIP) was launched by LAPF Co-Chair Megan Chernin in 2014 to connect high school students in Los Angeles with internships that would give them a window into the professional world and pay them in the process....

Zenas Sinclair is a graduate of CSU Dominguez Hills (CSUDH). He attended our Hello Future Career Fair in October, and connected with our CEO Veronica Melvin. We’ve been in touch with him since, and here is his story – how Hello Future changed his career...

The Intern Project (TIP) is now in its sixth year, offering paid internships to exceptional juniors and seniors in public LA County high schools. We couldn’t provide these internships without the partnership of companies like Everydae, a digital “tutor” for high school students....