Fifteen Waco High students participated in a pilot internship program for the first two weeks of June to gain work experience. This internship pilot program was a collaborative effort between Waco ISD, city of Waco, Waco High Career Academies, National Resource Network, Waco ISD Education Foundation and Prosper Waco. All students who participated in this internship program were immersed in projects at their internship site. Bryan Lopez, who interned at the city of Waco’s Municipal Information Department, helped write script pieces and create a storyboard for a video for the city. “It was probably the most interesting thing I’ve ever been a part of,” Lopez said. To view the video he created for the City, click here.
Matthew Polk, Executive Director of Prosper Waco, said this is what Prosper Waco is all about–partners coming together to collaborate and create opportunities together. “This is a really cool thing that doesn’t happen in a lot of places,” Polk said.
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