Over a Decade of Championing Equality
For the 11th straight year, Time Warner scored a perfect 100% on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Corporate Equality Index. The Corporate Equality Index is a national benchmarking survey tracking employer progress toward full LGBT workplace equality since 2002.
An Eventful Summer for Time Warner Corporate InternsThis summer, 23 bachelors and masters students participated in the Time Warner Inc. Corporate Internship Program (TWICIP), joining teams in 13 different corporate departments and at cultural investment beneficiaries The Atlantic Theater, Harlem Stage, The Women’s Project Theater and Lincoln Center.
Expanding Horizons with Turner Voices Youth Media Institute
(Above: A group shot of the students who participated in the Turner Voices Youth Media Institute 2015)
Recently, Turner and 21st Century Leaders hosted a week-long intensive program in which high school students learned about all things Turner Broadcasting System. Turner Voices Youth Media Institute, held on the Georgia Institute of Technology campus in Atlanta, focused on leadership and media career development.
Time Warner Celebrates Giving Back with the 2015 Richard D. Parsons Awards
(Above, Left to Right: Kevin Tsujihara, Michael Chang, John Martin, Joseph Chojnacki
Celebrating Corporate Equality
(Above L-R: Angelica Ross, Founder and Executive Director of TranTech Social Enterprises, and Deena Fidas, Director, Workplace Equality Program at the Human Rights Campaign)
For the eighth year in a row, Time Warner earned a score of 100% on the 2015 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), an annual survey by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC). And recently HRC held its CEI Awards and Reception event at Time Warner Center in New York City (see photos below).
My 24-Hours in Nicaragua with AmeriCares
(Above: Juliana Hernandez heads to Nicaragua with AmeriCares)
By Juliana Hernandez
Gathering, and Celebrating, Next Generation Storytellers
(Above: Winners Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan celebrate their FoST Prize with jury member Damian Kulash)
Time Warner once again sponsored the annual Future of Storytelling Summit, which took place this week in NYC. The interactive conference is designed for media, tech and communications visionaries around the world to come together and discover new ways to connect with audiences through storytelling.
A Letter from the Interns
By Crystal Harper and Rebecca Zidik
(Above: 2014 TWCAP interns with Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes, center.)