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POLITICO Summer School

Aug 3, 2011

This event focused on outreach to one of the most vibrant – and usually overlooked – audiences in Washington, DC: the thousands of Summer Interns who flood into the most important organizations in the Nation’s Capital (in Congress, the Executive Branch, the private sector, including major media organizations, and NGOs) and who are the national and even international decision makers of tomorrow. In addition to looking at the important issues of our day, this event explored topics of special interest to younger people, including the changing dynamics of Washington, how to make the political process more open and effective, and how to encourage greater participation in public service.

The event, hosted by POLITICO’s Mike Allen and Emily Schultheis, featured introductory remarks by Qualcomm’s very own Bill Bold, senior vice president, Global Government Affairs and a former Congressional intern, followed by a panel of famous former interns: NBC’s Chuck Todd, White House Deputy Communications Director Jen Psaki, and Sergio Rodriguera, chief speechwriter to House Majority Leader Eric Cantor.

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Event Location

LIve Webcast from the Newseum in Washington, DC; Qualcomm Headquarters in San Diego; the University of Texas at Austin; and the University of Indiana
United States