Meet face to face with top employers hiring for Sales, Customer Service, Dispatcher, Retail, Financial Services, Management, I.T., Healthcare, Government, Education, Accounting and more.
If you have been looking for a new career or just ready to start a new job you don't want to miss this exciting hiring event.
Professional Dress is required and bringing additional copies of your resume is strongly recommended.
What to expect ?
Multiple employers hiring for open positions throughout the D.C. Metro Area.
Great Networking opportunities in a relaxed, professional environment
Face to face meetings with recruiters, managers and human resources professionals
100% free event to attend
The Washington DC Idealist Grad Fair October 2, 5:00 - 8:00 PM
Learn about admissions requirements and application deadlines for graduate programs in social work, public policy, nonprofit management, international affairs, public interest law, social entrepreneurship, and many more
Speak with graduate admissions advisors from local, national and international universities
The fair is free and open to anyone considering graduate school. Watch these two short videos to see why you should attend the fair and what it looks like.
Columbia University School of Professional Studies
American University School of Public Affairs
Heller School for Social Policy and Management
University of Maryland School of Public Policy
University of Baltimore
We strive to make our events accessible to people of all abilities, if you a request for accommodation please email us at [email protected]
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Marxe School of Public and International Affairs (CUNY) - Graduate AdmissionsBath Spa UniversityBaylor University Garland School of Social WorkBethel UniversityBirkbeck, University of LondonBoston College Graduate School of Social WorkBoston College, Lynch Graduate School of EducationBoston University College of CommunicationBoston University Questrom School of BusinessBoston University School of Public HealthBoston University School of Social WorkBowling Green State UniversityBrandeis International Business SchoolBrandeis University Master of Arts in TeachingBrandeis University-Heller School for Social Policy & ManagementBren School of Environmental Science & Management - University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB)Brown University MPA ProgramsBrown University Master's in Urban Education PolicyBrown University, Master's in Public Humanities ProgramCUNY Graduate School of JournalismCUNY Office of Graduate StudiesCalifornia Institute of Integral StudiesCarnegie Mellon University- H. 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SAFe® Release Train Engineer
In this advanced three-day workshop, you will gain an in-depth understanding of the role and responsibilities of a Release Train Engineer (RTE) in the SAFe enterprise. Through experiential learning, you will learn how to facilitate and enable end-to-end value delivery through Agile Release Trains (ARTs) and value streams. You will also learn how to build a high-performing ART by becoming a servant leader and coach, and how to plan and execute a Program Increment (PI) planning event, the primarily enabler of alignment throughout all levels of a SAFe organization.
Scaled Agile’s SAFe Release Train Engineer exam maintains rigorous quality standards ensuring that those who have earned the certification are well prepared to effectively fulfill their role in a SAFe enterprise.
The following individuals will benefit from this course:
RTEs and Value Stream Engineers (VSEs)
Program and project managers
Leaders and managers
SAFe Program Consultants (SPCs)
To perform the role of the RTE, you should be able to:
Apply Lean-Agile knowledge and tools to execute and release value
Assist with program and value stream execution
Foster relentless improvement
Build a high-performing ART by becoming a servant leader and coach
Develop an action plan to continue your learning journey
Exploring the RTE role and responsibilities
Applying SAFe Principles
Understanding the ART
Planning a Program Increment
Executing a Program Increment
Fostering Relentless Improvement
Serving the ART
Continuing your Learning Journey
To fully benefit from this class, you should have at least one current SAFe Certification, and, launched or participated in at least one ART and one PI.
What You Get
The class registration includes:
Attendee workbook (physical version only)
Eligibility to take the SAFe 4.0 Release Train Engineer exam
Course certificate of completion upon request
Attendees must attend all three days in order to qualify for the exam.
Membership renewals are one year from the date certification is earned
Renewal fee: $295. Renewal fee for the RTE certification is included in SPC renewal (if current SPC).
Professional Development Units (PDUs) and Scrum Education Units (SEUs)
Attendees may be eligible to apply for 21 PDUs toward their continuing education requirements with the Project Management Institute (PMI) for PMP and PMI-ACP certifications.
Attendees may be eligible to apply for SEUs under category C, toward earning or renewing their CSP through Scrum Alliance.
SAFe 4.0 Release Train Engineer Certification Information
A SAFe 4.0 Certified Release Train Engineer (RTE) is a SAFe program servant leader and coaching professional responsible for driving end-to-end delivery of value in a single program or value stream in a Lean-Agile enterprise.
Key areas of competency include
Facilitating program-level ceremonies
Leading program execution
Coaching ARTs and teams in relentless improvement of value delivery
Creating transparency using metrics to initiate and drive positive change
Facilitating resolution of dependencies, impediments, and risks
This individual will be expected to perform these tasks with limited assistance from peers, product documentation, and support resources.
Exam Prerequisite Skills or KnowledgeThese skills and knowledge are highly recommended in order to be successful in passing the RTE exam:
Cross-team communication skills
Full use of SAFe principles in action
Coaching Agile and SAFe facilitation and leading by example
Launch or participate in at least one ART and one PI
Working knowledge of team dynamics
Ability to manage stakeholders
Minimum 3 months real-world, hands-on experience as an RTE
What You Get
SAFe Certified Release Train Engineer certificate (PDF)
One year membership to the Scaled Agile RTE Community of Practice
"With his 25+ years of experience with transforming enterprises, culture and leadership, Siraj has provided excellent change management coaching and leadership to large organizations from all over the globe.
He is the author of the book “The Soulmate: The Poetry Book of Temenos” and upcoming book “The Temenos Effect: The Surprising Results of Wounded Healers Approaching the Transforming Enterprise, Culture and Leadership”.
Siraj Sirajuddin founded Temenos in 2012 after two decades of intense experimentation and deep dives into the hard work of Enterprise Transformation. He is an MBA and one of the few global SPCTs (Scaled Agile Framework SPC Trainers). He and his team of enterprise change agents work with large and complex enterprises all over the world. He is a global nomad and travels between USA and Asia Pacific every month. Siraj hosts the venerable annual STIA+Temenos conference that is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.
He has two daughters and loves poetry, music, movies, singing and painting."
Dare Theory is an insane urban adventure that dares you and your team to complete 50 dares in three hours. Would you crowd surf in an elevator? Swing dance with a complete stranger? Relay race through a department store? Now you’ve got a reason.
We give you a list of hilarious challenges and crazy ideas. You complete the dares and prove it with photos and videos. The event wraps up with an awards ceremony & drink specials. Do you dare?
EARLY BIRD PRICING
STANDARD ENTRY - $24
Includes a branded T-shirt, drink specials, surprise "dare props", a dare guide, team drawstring bag, and access to the Dare Theory after-party.
DELUXE ENTRY - $34
Includes everything in the Standard Registration PLUS branded sunglasses, an event headband, a bonus dare, and VIP check-in.
Join our Chapter Roundtable where like-minded professionals collaborate and share tips on:
HOW TO measure and increase the health of chapters;
BEST PRACTICES for chapter operations (volunteer tools, processes, etc.);
HOW TO get the right statistics to prevent national and chapter level members from leaving.
These are FREE invitation-only events; complimentary lunch will be available to all attendees. Don't forget to bring plenty of business cards!Unlike similar events you've attended in the past, Chapter Roundtables are a collaborative “jam session” with real-life solutions and resources you can utilize immediately.IMPORTANT: To help encourage participation, we ask that you only register if you currently work at an association with chapters, components, sections, branches or state affiliates. In order to ensure valuable interaction and networking between our guests, we limit attendance to 8 associations per location.
Billhighway is a CAE Approved Provider. Attendees will receive 1 CAE credit for attending a live roundtable.
"Participation in the Chapter Relations Roundtables (CRP) has been a wonderful asset to my role at AAUW. These “power hours” are incredible opportunities for knowledge sharing, which are awesomely facilitated (Shout Out to Kyle!) Each time I have attended these events, I leave with an idea of something new to try and I feel incredibly inspired."
—Claudia Richards, Senior Branch Relations Manager, AAUW
Microblading Group Training TOUR
$1250 (REG. $2000)
· Kit NOT included (***MUST purchased to attend class***)
Deposit $200 to hold your spot
(Balance must be paid in cash on the day of the event)
Greetings Future Glam Executive,
Are you ready to take your career to the next level? This new semi-permanent brow tattoo method is changing the brow business forever $$! You will be about to take your ticket from $10- $550 per client after completing this class.
Course will include
· Theory and Hands on Training
· Brow Shaping 101 review
· Pigments color theory for different skin tones
· 2 ways to input ink into skin
· Marketing your new business
· 6 figure breakdown
· Client forms
· Health safety
· Discount on products
· Brow Business nuggets
· Tips and tricks
· Q & A
· Live Model Demo
Private Classes $ 2000 AVAILABLE DAILY
· All of the above
· Practice on live model (you provide model)
(Day Block 6 hours)
· Kit NOT included (must purchased to attend class)
************ Private Group Classes are available for your small group. ***********
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ALL CLASSES TAUGHT BY LICENSED PROFESSIONAL WITH OVER 15 YEARS EXPERENCE IN BROWS BEAUTY AND BUSINESS !!
Absolutely No video or audio recording is allowed during class.
Only $200, non-refundable, deposit to hold your spot.
(Remaining balance paid in cash on the day of class)
OUR DC DRAG BRUNCH IS HANDS DOWN THE LIVELIEST DRAG BRUNCH OF DUPONT CIRCLE!
COME SEE WHAT THE FUSS IS ABOUT AND WHY BITCHES WHO BRUNCH VOTED US AS THE "BEST PARTY" BRUNCH OF DC FOR 2015! DC DRAG BRUNCH ONLY TAKES PLACE ON SATURDAYS AT DIRTY MARTINI. You Will Have Over The Top Entertainment By Our Celebrity Impersonators Such As Tina Turner, Miley Cyrus, Beyonce, Barbara Streisand, Rihanna And More Hosted By DC's Legendary Monet Dupree.
Want To Celebrate Your Bachelorette Party, Anniversary, Birthday Or Any Occasion With Us? Let Us Know [email protected]
Seat Reservations For Our Buffet Brunch Are Booked Up Quickly And Are Very Limited So Make Your Reservations Now! The Main Focus Of Our Brunch Is Our Amazing DRAG Show Entertainment. In Addition To Our Fabulous Show, We Provide You With An All You Can Eat Buffet Brunch & Complimentary Mimomas. The Total Cost Is $40 Which Includes Tax & Gratuity. You Can Make Reservations Now And Pay Upon Your Arrival At The Door. However, Please Keep In Mind That It Will Be 1st Come 1st Served Seating For This Option So Seating Is Not Guaranteed. If You Prefer To Guarantee Your Seats Please Visit Our Website @ www.dcdragbrunch.com To Make A $20 Deposit Which Of Course Will Be Applied Towards Your Total $40 Admission Fee. If You Have A Group Larger Than 10 People Or You Want To Reserve For A Future Date Not Provided In Our Link Please Contact Us [email protected] Please Bring Cash Only For All Payments At The Door. This Event Is Sponsored By Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey & Powered By DJ India Events.
SuperDope Nation Presents: Art Beats & Brunch (DC)
The traveling Brunch Party and Artist Showcase like you've never seen it before!
Some of the most talented artists in the DMV and surrounding areas will be performing and displaying their art. Guests will be able to enjoy brunch, bottomless mimosas, drink specials and the opportunity to experience some amazing talent from our featured artists.
Brunch will be served from 12- 3pm, followed by live performances. Drink specials will be going on throughout the evening. We will be at The Manor DC located in Dupont, the hottest and livest venue to be in all of DC!
Fried Chicken, Jerk Chicken, Smoked Gouda and Cheese Grits, Vegan Collard Greens, Mac n Cheese, Bacon, Vegetarian Frittata, and Chocolate Cake.
Purchase your tickets now!
Artists interested in showcasing at the event, please call (202) 780 -6687 or email [email protected]
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
This is a 21+ event. Please provide I.D before entry.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There will be street parking along with parking garages available for parking.
This event is metro accessibile (Dupont Circle Station)
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please call (202) 780 -6687 or email [email protected]
What's the refund policy?
Unfortunately, we do not issue refunds.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, Just be able to pull the ticket up on your phone along with I.D
The world's leading international event for senior and aspiring Administrative Professionals and Executive Assistants comes to the United States for the first time in November 2017. Featuring eleven of the most inspiring and internationally renowned trainers for the Administrative Profession.
Delegates will leave the event with a plethora of practical tips, as well as immediately actionable ideas to increase productivity and impress. But above all, we want to inspire you to go back to your businesses and use what you have learned to add new dimensions to your role. We hope you will agree that we have put together a programme that is a mixture of both the inspirational and practical.
What they have said about LIVE in London, Dubai & Johannesburg:
‘First class speakers, great networking and a real room full of positivity and inspiration'
‘A well balanced programme between the practical, the life experience and the inspirational.’
‘A truly impressive line-up of speakers, both in terms of content and delivery.’
'I came away mind-enriched and spirit-enlightened and totally passionate about my chosen profession. I really had the sense that Assistants could and do have positive impact and working together and sharing our knowledge and experience on days like this - we can really change the world!!'
'I was blown away with the quality of the event, the exceptional speakers and content and the general positivity in the room.'
'I have a renewed passion for my job.'
'I feel empowered and motivated from the feeling in the room from all the powerful Professional Administrators. They were vibrant, eager to learn, loving the networking and an extremely powerful group of people - it was a fabulous feeling that carried on after the event finished.'
'I now know there’s a whole network of like-minded people out there who are willing to pass on their knowledge and experience.'
'I was so energized to be part of a global network of administrativeprofessionals who have the vision for where we can go and what we can accomplish individually and as a team when we choose to. We are not in this alone; a global network of support is truly at our fingertips in this digital age!'
'I have found a renewed passion for my role. I have read the books I bought at the conference from cover to cover and reviewed both my role and office environment from a new perspective. Now back in the office, I have reorganised my work environment, initiated several new organisational procedures and completely changed the way in which I work. It has not gone unnoticed by my colleagues.'
'Executive Secretary LIVE did change my vision of conferences for Assistants. It was soooo fantastic, I would highly recommend it to my fellow colleagues! This is a MUST!'
'Having attended last year's Conference, I knew this year's would be wonderful - and it was. I was expecting the best - and it delivered.'
For full programme and speaker details please visit http://executivesecretarylive.com/usa/2017/
ABOUT THIS CONFERENCE
The co-organizers wanted to create a space where those in the LGBTQ+ Community who identified as Masculine of Center (Stud, Butch, Boi, Non-Binary, Androgynous, trans-masculine, etc.) had a platform to discuss those concerns, topics, and, triumphs that were unique to the MOC intersection. This conference is intended to be a space where these conversations are unboxed, and topics that are circumvented in other spaces are laid bare and addressed. The MOC conference is a place where these individuals and their allies will put it all on the table.
The MOC Conference Objectives are:
Fostering a spirit of cooperation and resource sharing among the community
Providing a platform to mobilize and act on matters of mutual interest
Representing the collective views of the multi-faceted LBT community
Fostering a strong sense of empowerment and self-realization
Since the inception of the MOC Conference, the community has been rallying behind a cause with even more fervor, creating the drive to implement continuity, empowerment, and change. This has been brought to the forefront, the wiliness to unbox crucial conversations. The community has finally decided to collaborate and drive towards an empowered tomorrow. Now, the MOC conference comprises of many LGBTQ+ community leaders, organizations, and celebrities, it represents major producers, distributors, educational organizers, political/consumer groups.
Visit the Masculine of Center Conference at www.mocconference.com
What is Masculine of Center
Masculine of center (MOC) is a term, coined by B. Cole of the Brown Boi Project, that recognizes the breadth and depth of identity for lesbian/queer/trans who tilt toward the masculine side of the gender scale and includes a wide range of identities such as butch, stud, aggressive/AG, dom, macha, tomboi, trans-masculine etc.
This annual conference is convened to provide a platform to empower, educate and enrich the lives of the Masculine of Center community: The Conference goals are:
To share information about the latest developments and policy challenges that affect members of the LGBTQ+ community.
To enhance dialogue between MOC individuals and providers of accessible resources
To exchange ideas and enhance peer support networks
Empower and affirm our differences while embracing our shared goals
Discuss the concerns and issues, while prioritizing what matters in the community
Learning how to embrace all intersection in which we live and thrive and connect with the family that defines the community
Learn how to stand firm against prejudice while walking in truth in the full light of day in all capacities of life.
Pre-Register now for $50 and lock in early bird pricing!
We offer payment plans. Pre-register and make up to 5 easy installments
Early Bird Payment Plan: 5 installments starting at $50*
Regular Registration Payment Plan: 5 installments starting at $60*
*Installments prices depend on the date in which you register.
Payment plans until are available until 4/1/17
All payment plans are due by 6/1/2015
For more information visit www.mocconference.com
How do I register and pay for a group to receive discounts?
Email us at [email protected] for group invoice
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
Evening events are 18 and up.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact us at
Have you ever wanted to sit down and have coffee with other like-minded women business owners who are serious about their business?
Or have you ever wanted to talk with women who just *get it* – the ups and downs of owning a business?
At Her Corner we have built a community for women who are serious about their businesses. Women who are building their own brands (not representing and selling other brands.) And once a month we invite you (regardless of whether you’re a member,) to join us for a free cup of coffee.
Come see why Her Corner has become the go-to resource for women growing their businesses. Join us to experience what we now call “The Power of Collective Intelligence.”
What one member recently said about our monthly free coffee:
What sets Her Corner apart from other women’s organizations is that it attracts women who are serious about building their (real) businesses. Her Corner members are here for business advice and support around issues such as how to scale, production challenges, and marketing for growth.
This event is open to everyone and the coffee is on us!
We’ll be at Le Pain Quotidien Spring Valley from 10am – 12pm!
4874 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington, DC 20016
Want to learn more now? Click here to visit us online.