A year and a half ago Samantha Pollack, the programming director of Washington Performing Arts, found out WPA’s space at the Kennedy Center would be under renovation during its 2016-2017 season. She started looking for a new space. The right-sized venue would have between 500 and 1,200 seats. It would have to allow for afternoon performances. Continue Reading Kennedy Center renovation sends performers to UDC’s Theater of the Arts
University of the District of Columbia Athletics to Honor Journey Butler with Potbelly Sandwich Shop Fundraiser to Support Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic
The University of the District of Columbia Athletic Department will honor Journey Butler,
recently deceased younger sister of men’s basketball student-athlete Traevon Butler, with a Potbelly Sandwich
Shop fundraiser throughout the month of September. Continue Reading University of the District of Columbia Athletics to Honor Journey Butler with Potbelly Sandwich Shop Fundraiser to Support Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic
Celebrity chef Spike Mendelsohn likes to use locally-raised food at his DC-area restaurants. You don’t get much more local than this. Continue Reading A ‘Top Chef’ visits UDC. Can we get him to stay?
Many of the conventional rules of presidential politics have been fundamentally upended in the wake of Donald Trump’s historic candidacy. Have teachers of politics had to adjust their course content?
Scholars attending UDC Community College had the opportunity to meet and socialize with employer’s at the Fall Part-Time Job Fair. Scholars had the opportunity to complete applications, interview on the spot and build their professional network! Continue Reading Fall Part-time Career Day
Please check out these photos from the Fall Internship and Volunteer Fair. UDC-CC scholars had the opportunity to discuss internship and volunteer openings with various non-profits and government agencies. Continue Reading Fall Internship and Volunteer Fair 2015
UDC-CC scholars had the opportunity to meet & greet with Marriott professionals during a recent career day tour. Scholars were first greeted by the Marriott Grand Marquis General Dan Nadeau. Marriott also held an industry panel session, shared hiring information and gave us a career exploration tour of the Grand Marquis here in Washington, DC. Scholars also walked away with new Human Resources networking contacts, industry knowledge and priceless memories of visiting the Grand Marquis. Continue Reading UDC – CC scholars career day tour at the Marriot
Criminology major scholars had the opportunity to learn more about the Federal Bureau of Investigation hiring requirements, gain industry knowledge, discuss internship openings and even network with a FBI Recruiter after the session. Please check out these photos! Continue Reading FBI Career Day
UDC-CC scholars had the opportunity to participate in one-day Federal Government Seminar which covered USAJOBS profile building, government resume’ writing , interviewing strategies and an Office of Personnel industry panel session. OPM will be onsite for another one-day seminar in March 2016. Continue Reading OPM Session at CC Career Services