Cash bar and light food. $10 in advance, $15 at the door.
Joint with Harvard, Yale, and Princeton..
in April‘s goal is to improve the lives of low-income, elderly and disabled
District homeowners by strengthening community partnerships, and bringing
neighbors together across economic and ethnic boundaries to make our city
a healthier and more hopeful place to live. Each year in April, thousands
of professional skilled trade workers and other volunteers donate their time
and expertise to rebuild homes and to create a brighter, safer and more livable
environment in the Washington, DC area.
In conjunction with
Stanford in Washington, the
Washington DC Stanford Association is pleased to sponsor Washington Careers.
This event is intended for Stanford graduates and current Stanford students
seeking a variety of perspectives on career paths in the Washington DC area.
The Stanford graduates listed below will each speak about their careers and
will then answer questions. This is a unique opportunity to hear from a broad
range of professionals. Seating is limited, so please RSVP as soon as possible
to Stephen Heifetz (202-686-6095)
Faculty Speaker Event: Richard Vinograd, Associate
Professor and Chair, Department of Art