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Next up, our New York City and Greenwich offices have teamed up for this year’s Giving Challenge. Check out their choice of organizations, and how you can get involved below.
Across the pond, our London office is supporting four great organizations for our annual Giving Challenge. Read more about what they do and other ways you can get involved in these organizations below.
Every year, DRW employees across the globe compete in our Holiday Giving Challenge, which benefits nonprofit organizations in all of our cities. Our first city, Chicago, will be raising money for eight organizations across the Chicagoland area – learn about what they do here, and how you can get involved.
Continual learning and constant curiosity are core tenants at DRW. Understanding how others approach their work, helps us all improve and innovate. This is why we bring in outside speakers every quarter to share their perspectives through our Speaker Series program. Educators and one student from DRW College Prep joined us in our Chicago office to share how their use of data ensures student success.
After months of preparation under the leadership of two DRW technologists, the Cosmotronic Unicorns found themselves at the bustling FIRST Lego League Illinois State Championship.
The holidays are a great time to focus on how we can support our community by giving back, but philanthropy works best as a year-round activity.
Founded in 1997, Bottom Line is a nonprofit organization with offices in Chicago, Boston, Worcester, and New York City, that helps first generation students from low-income communities get into college, graduate and find careers through one-on-one, individualized counseling provided by counselors. Bottom Line is one of the first organizations to serve students from application to college graduation with a highly structured and one-on-one approach. During the last 20 years, 80% of Bottom Line students have earned a college degree.
Summer of a Lifetime supports students by providing summer academic enrichment programs at colleges and universities throughout the country. Through this program, incoming juniors in Chicago’s Noble Network of Charter Schools explore subject areas they are passionate about, job shadow, and immerse themselves in a completely new college environment – experiencing new cities, college courses, and other students from diverse backgrounds and countries.