Things to do in November!
Check out things to do around D.C. in the upcoming weeks!
Thursday, November 9, 2017
239 Massachusetts Ave NE
Do you enjoy having breakfast for dinner? If so, come join us at our Pancake Social where you will have the opportunity to decorate your hotcakes with fruit, chocolate and more. Take advantage of being able to unwind and network with other interns in DC for a relaxing evening with a hot meal!
Thursday, November 16, 2017
239 Massachusetts Ave NE
Mike Tucker is a two-time winner of regional Emmy Awards for writing and producing. He creates distinctive print, broadcast, and online products through his company, Tucker Multimedia LLC, and teaches the Politics and Communications seminar in the Capitol Hill Internship Program. He formerly taught journalism at Bowie State University and Howard University. He earned a Master of Arts from George Mason University and a Bachelor of Arts from Brooklyn College.
What’s Happening Around D.C.
Sunday, November 5, 2017
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Come with Bossier to the second annual DC Art Book Fair! There’ll be over 40 artists and a whole bunch of zines, books, comics, prints, and more to peruse. It’s completely free–you just need to RSVP and show up.
Saturday, November 11- Sunday November 12, 2017
Advanced Tickets for one day admission – $6.00
Two day admission – $10.00
Tickets at the door – $8.00 for one day admission and $12.00 for two day admission.
You will find talented artists handpicked by a select jury for their DIY chops and singular vision. There’ll be surprises at every booth including unique homegoods, clothing, punk-rock baby clothes, handcrafted jewelry, plush toys, DIY kits, screen-printing, original art, locally produced food, and much more.
Saturday, November 11- Sunday November 19, 2017
1050 17th Street NW Suite #560
Washington, DC 20036
Whether through fine art photography, photojournalism, or the work of emerging artists, FotoDC provides a dynamic, evocative, engaging experience for photographers, cultural institutions, galleries, curators, schools, area residents, and tens of thousands of viewers. Founded as FotoWeekDC in 2008, the weeklong photography festival initially attracted 20,000 participants; including professional and amateur photographers, photography lovers.
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Holiday Inn Capitol Hotel
550 C Street, SW
Washington, DC 20028
Has your internship in DC and time with WISH compelled you to stay in DC longer, attend this free professional career/hiring event in DC. Polish up your resume; get out your business cards and come out give your career a jump start. Professional dress is required and bringing additional copies of your resume is strongly recommended.