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Living and Working in D.C.

Do you want to make a difference in the world today? Are you interested in working in government or for an NGO? You may have to move to Washington D.C.!

Join LU Alumni, Dalia Khattab ’18 and Nick Ashley ’18, on Wednesday, May 13th at 4:30pm (CDT) as they share their experiences in moving to DC, finding housing and jobs, making connections, and fun tips about living in the nation’s capital.

Dalia, a Government and Biology Major, just earned her Master’s Degree in Public Health at the George Washington University and works for the Pan American Health Organization. Nick, an Economics and Russian Studies Major, currently works for the government contracting firm, Grant Thornton, supporting Homeland Security efforts. He previously served as a legislative intern with the U.S. House of Representatives.

Register in Handshake and join us at to hear how they got to D.C. and found jobs, what it is like living and working there, and for Q & A! Also, hear from your Government, Law and International Affairs Career Community Advisor, Ty Collins, as he discusses ways to continue your career exploration during Lawrence’s remote Spring Term.