Washington, DC

Chapter Spotlight

Washington, D.C. Chapter in 2019:

  • 3 new Carson Scholars in 2019
  • 2 Recognized Scholars in 2019
  • 121 total Carson Scholars from the Washington, D.C. area

Learn more about the Washington D.C. Chapter

Scholar Spotlight

Christopher Cao

Christopher is an 11th grade student at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Alexandria, VA. Impressively, Christopher was named a “Young Wonder” by CNN and the Northern Virginian of the Year by Northern Virginia Magazine. Christopher’s biggest talent is computer building a programming, which comes as no surprise that he would like to be a project manager for a large technology firm when he gets older. Christopher is the founder and CEO of Reboot for Youth, an organization dedicated to refurbishing computers. In the Washington, D.C. area alone, Reboot for Youth has assisted over 300 children in over 30 schools. Christopher also volunteers for Growth and Inspiration through Volunteering and Education (GIVE) and is one of three representatives on the Fairfax County Student Human Rights Commission (FCSHRC).

D.C. Chapter News

2019 23rd Annual Maryland Awards Banquet:
View photos from banquet.

2018 Maryland Awards Ceremony:
View photos from the 22nd Annual Maryland Awards Ceremony.

2017 Maryland Awards Ceremony:
View photos from the 21st Annual Maryland Awards Ceremony.

2016 D.C. Metro Scholars Honored at Maryland Awards Ceremony:

View photos from the Awards Ceremony here.

2015 D.C. Metro Scholars Honored at Maryland Awards Banquet:

Photos from the Maryland Banquet.

2014 DC Carson Scholars Honored at Banquet

Six new DC-area Carson Scholars were honored at the 18th Annual Maryland Awards Banquet on Sunday, April 6, 2014 at Martin’s West in Baltimore, MD. Two additional scholars were recognized for their continued academic achievement. We continue to be impressed with and very proud of our scholars for all of the remarkable work they have achieved.


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