I believe so much in internship. And I want that to continue. If I can get people, students inspired that they would do their best at the internship, that's half the battle won. So I wanted to create an Award that will carry on that legacy, that will get students to think, Hey! I want to do well in my internship. I want to do something different. I just don't want to be the run-of-the-mill. I want to contribute more. I want to put my heart and soul into this and contribute to my employer and to make a difference. So if they can imbibe that value, I think that's great. So I didn't want them to lose the message about internship.
I also gave a grant for community service as well. So we support a group in Cambodia that will take students off the street and give them enrichment programs and to care for them. So I said, Alright I would like to have a group of students (taking on the project). This is the money they have annually. I want them to go in and do something with the students there. So I guess you put your money where your mouth is, to internship and to community service.