The TJPF works closely with corporate partners in the Northern Virginia, DC, and Maryland STEM communities. This close collaboration allows for many corporate opportunities for our students.
The TJPF organizes a yearly Internship Fair for current TJ Students. Local companies from Northern Virginia, DC, and Maryland come to TJ to meet our highly motivated students. The event is free to participate in.
The Mentorship Program at TJ was created to offer an alternative way to meet the senior technology research graduation requirement, and is supervised through each of the school’s science and technology laboratories and coordinated by the school’s Mentorship Program Director. Mentorship students work alongside mentors from outside agencies and report back to their school Laboratory Director. The program holds the same project requirements and academic goals as in-school laboratory research work.
If your company would like to learn more about the Internship Fair or our Mentorship Program, please email Sally Zabel, Manager of Outreach and Partnerships, at firstname.lastname@example.org.