From L.A. to D.C., students in the David Bohnett Fellowship program are making an impact wherever they go. This fellowship program, sponsored by the David Bohnett Foundation, gives UCLA Luskin students the unique opportunity to work in the L.A. Mayor’s office.
Twitter. Facebook. Tumblr. These social media giants have become integral parts in contributing to our daily lives. But how often do we stop and reflect on the history of our digital habits?
New mayoral fellowships give graduate students city governance experience and mayors much-needed extra help.
In the Oscar-nominated movie “The Imitation Game,” a group of young British mathematicians is tasked with cracking the German Engima machine, the cipher device that the Nazis used to encrypt and decrypt war communications.
Bohnett realized he could help the LA Philharmonic “reach underserved communities… to help broaden the access, broaden the programming, broaden the awareness, broaden the diversity.”
The Los Angeles LGBT Center celebrated the reopening of its CyberCenter today, made possible by a $24,000 David Bohnett Foundation grant.
Fusion.net video profiles Ben Panico and his experience as an openly transgender Capitol Hill staffer.
Ben Panico is spending a year as a staffer in the US House of Representatives as part of his David Bohnett Foundation fellowship.
Equipment upgrades include up to fifteen state-of-the-art, all-in-one PC or MAC workstations as well as high profile printers and scanners for each CyberCenter.
“I feel a tremendous sense of pride and accomplishment,” Bohnett said in a recent interview, about the impact of his LGBT giving, which has totaled $17 million since 1999.