D.C. in the 21st Century: A Career Landscape Transformed
Hosted by the The Fund for American Studies
The Fund for American Studies is pleased to present Washington, D.C. in the 21st Century: A Career Landscape Transformed, part of our ongoing Window into Washington Online Seminar series.
This free webinar for college students will highlight the diversity of job opportunities available in Washington, D.C., and bring some of our best speakers to audiences around the country. There will be an opportunity for students to ask questions of the speakers.
More information and a link to register may be found below.
Washington, D.C. in the 21st Century: A Career Landscape Transformed
This seminar will provide an overview of the types of careers available in Washington, D.C. as well as tips and resources on securing a job or internship in the city.
Our nation’s capital has long been a magnet for young people looking to launch their careers after graduation. No American city offers the diversity of job opportunities available in Washington, D.C. Whether you are interested in government, diplomacy, media, lobbying, law, advocacy, business, education, or the nonprofit sector, Washington has something for everyone.
The pressures from the global pandemic combined with the creative use of technology have led to new opportunities and the rethinking of the traditional workplace.
Join the staff from the Collegiate Programs department at TFAS along with a panel of D.C. professionals to discuss the employment landscape in Washington, D.C. Whether you are interested in a summer internship, full-time employment, or just curious about what Washington has to offer, this lunchtime seminar will be time well spent.
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Senior Vice President, Partner & Group Head
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Former Operations Associate, Democratic National Committee
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