Program Suspended, Not Accepting Applications

Please note: We are not accepting applications at this time. The Teachers in Industry Program ended in 2016 due to administrative and funding changes.

News

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2012 Media Coverage

Back to School
DBI Architects - DBI Insight, July 2012

No Summer Break for These Teachers
GW Today, July 23, 2012

Neustar Hosts STEM Educators from GW Teachers in Industry Project
Neustart Insights - Events Recap, July 21, 2012

A Teaching Moment
Loudoun Times Mirror, July 16, 2012

 


2011 Media Coverage

Teachers Become Students
GW Today, July 29, 2011

Teachers in Industry
TELOS, July 28, 2011

Teachers Enter the Cockpit for Summer Training
Loudoun Times Mirror, July 27, 2011

Teachers Get Hands On Experience With Inova’s Interactive Mannequins
Leesburg Today, July 21, 2011

Inova Introduces Teachers To Heart & Vascular Institute
Leesburg Today, July 21, 2011

Industrious Teachers Learn Life Lessons in Business
Talk Loudoun, January 19, 2011

Spotlight

A Partner's Experience

“One unexpected benefit of participating in the GWTIP is how excited our employees are to share their knowledge and experience with the teachers. It has been a tremendous investment of time and resources, but the program has been a great morale booster. Our employees feel they're making a positive impact on our future workforce."
– Scott Hamberger, Co-President and CEO, Fortessa

A Partner's Experience

"If we are able to effectively change what goes on before employees come into the building, we can reduce the amount of time and training required to bring employees up to speed on the job.”
– Lisa Kimball, Vice President, DMDC Operations, Telos

A Partner's Experience

"We want to show the teachers all the disciplines -- chemistry, design engineering, purchasing and cost accounting to name a few -- that are involved in making our products. And we want the teachers to stress to their students that although they may not pursue careers in science or technology, they will likely encounter these disciplines in some way on the job."
– Dr. Kathleen Saylor, CEO, REHAU NA

A Partner's Experience

"Although the return on investment is difficult to measure, we see this as an investment we have to make. It's the right thing for the business community to do to help our children, companies, communities and our country compete in the global economy. If we don't step up to the plate now, it won't happen."
– Scott Hamberger, Co-President and CEO, Fortessa

Learn More

Watch a video about teachers' and partners' experiences with GW's Teachers in Industry Project.