Tuesday, March 25, 6 to 8pm.
RSVP REQUIRED TO ATTEND- RSVP TO INTERNS@INTERNSDC.COM
Pizza offered at 6:00pm
Event to start promptly at 6:30pm.*
Where: WISH Classroom
What: An informative panel of former interns and young professionals discuss ways to make the most of your DC experiences and to continue benefitting from your DC internship after the summer’s end. Insights and tips will include skill building, networking, gaining better work projects, and proven strategies for gaining full-time positions in DC or back home after you graduate. Panelists will represent many career fields including government, nonprofits, corporate, media, lobbying, and political advocacy.
Abram Henry (Program Financial Specialist at Banyan Global)
Kindall Hayes (Currently in Bangla language training at the Foreign Service Institute. Will work in the U.S Consulate’s Fraud Prevention Unit in Dhaka, Bangladesh in April)
Anthony Stevens (Advanced Leadership Coordinator for Young People For)
Candice Rankin (United States Patent and Trademark Office)
Jason Scheff (Trial Attorney in the Criminal Enforcement Section of the Tax Division at the U.S. Department of Justice.)
Jay Hunter (Senior Researcher at QC Roll Call)
Stephen Lucas (Project Finance assistant, Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC))
Event also includes audience Q and A and intern networking session.