Our Commitment to the Rainier Scholars Organization
At Logic20/20, we have the responsibility to use our resources to address systematic inequalities. We are compelled to be advocates for positive and lasting change in our communities. We don’t have all the answers, but we must continue to educate ourselves, push harder for equality, and support under-served communities.
Since 2006, Logic20/20 has been involved with the Seattle-based organization Rainier Scholars, which is a 12-year program for students of color that creates a pathway to college graduation and a professional career. It focuses on raising the equity bar and building the next generation of leaders through intensive academic preparation, leadership development, and personalized support.
Moving forward, we plan to double down on our involvement with Rainier Scholars.
As a corporate partner of the program, we are committed to investing in the scholars both financially and through internship and employment opportunities, allowing for low-income students of color to build their networks and gain career experience. Corporate sponsors have the benefit of investing in tomorrow’s leaders, as well as gaining a new and diverse perspective within their organization.
We were named a keystone partner for the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 school years and hope to continue that distinction for years to come. A keystone partner is recognized for their depth and breadth of involvement, offering financial support, employee engagement, internship opportunities, and full-time employment for scholars.
How You Can Help
Equality, opportunity, and equitable access to resources remain at the core of Rainier Scholar’s mission and are critical to focus on as a community. Now is the time to come together and uplift each other.
For Logic20/20, this means pivoting on our future goals and increasing our level of engagement with program leadership and through recommendations from our Rainier Scholars Alumni Liaison. However, there are many ways to make a difference working with this organization. If you’re interested in learning more, please visit the Get Involved page where you can find information on ways to help as a business, a volunteer, or an event attendee.
To learn more about Rainier Scholars, their program, and their impact, please visit https://www.rainierscholars.org/.
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