In December 2016, ICIC and Catholic University’s Busch School of Business announced that they will bring the ICCC program to Washington, D.C. for the first time, and also pioneer a new model that incorporates student participation. The partnership, which includes a 4-year commitment from Catholic University, is part of a project the university has been incubating to develop enterprise solutions to poverty. Connecting small business owners with business students will bring a new dimension to ICCC while expanding its impact in the Washington D.C. community.
Read more about ICCC’s regional and national impact in the 2016 Impact Report.
Application deadline: Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until the opening seminar is full. Interested businesses are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
Opening executive education seminar: September 20, 2017 at the Catholic University of America
Though this is our first official Washington, D.C. program, we’ve had some amazing alumni from the area participate over the years!
Dynamic Concepts Inc.: DCI is a telecommunication support service provider for voice, data, wireless and security networks. President and CEO Pedro Alfonso continues to apply what he learned from ICCC and has created hundreds of local jobs.
Menkiti Group: Providing a range of real estate services to urban communities, Menkiti continues to see rapid growth after completing ICCC and recently partnered with fellow Inner City 100 winner, Enlightened Inc., to lead the MLK Gateway redevelopment project.
March 1, 2017: Catholic Standard, New program at Catholic University promotes economic stability in the inner city through small business growth
December 16, 2016: Washington Business Journal, District picks The Menkiti Group, Enlightened for MLK Gateway project
December 13, 2016: Washington Business Journal, Catholic University is out to help businesses in D.C.’s economically distressed areas
July 23, 2009: Washington Business Journal, Warren Brown celebrated by AmEx
Thanks to our dedicated partner for making ICCC in Washington, D.C. possible: