CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
FOR THE 2005 WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
Are you a woman with leadership experience? Then the Women’s
Leadership Conference needs your ideas. The conference is an annual,
one-day event bringing together an intergenerational audience of
alumnae, students, and local women to discuss their personal and
professional challenges. The Steering Committee invites you to respond
to the call for presentations for the 2005 Women’s Leadership
NEW COLONIALS TICKETS WEBSITE!
Calling all Colonials fans! Visit the new Colonials
Tickets website to be a part of the 2004-2005 Men's Basketball
Season. Prices are as low as $39.00 for the entire season! Don't
miss the opportunity to choose your seat and purchase season tickets
directly from this secure website!
SEEKING A JOB?
The Office of Corporation and Foundation Relations at The George
Washington University has a unique opportunity for you! We are looking
for someone to work with faculty and staff to secure support from
corporations and foundations for research projects, programs, and
activities of the University. All replies will be considered. Click
for the job description.
SEEKS ALUMNUS/A TO HEAD 2005 REUNION EFFORTS
of Alumni Programs is seeking an alumnus/a to work as a consultant
on undergraduate reunions. Duties include: researching and recruiting
class leadership; drafting letters, and serving as liaison with
class leadership and OAP to plan events.
duties relate to at least the 5th (2000), 10th (1995), and 25th
(1980) undergraduate classes. The consultant will also play a supporting
role in the 50th and emeriti reunion as needed. This position requires
15-18 hours of work per week, most of which may be done off-campus,
and offers a competitive hourly salary. The term of the consultancy
begins immediately and extends through next year's Colonials Weekend.
If interested, please contact Scott Mory, Executive Director of
Alumni Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NATIONAL COUNCIL MEMBER
A BUSINESS SUCCESS
The Washington Business Journal recently profiled GW alumna
Candace Kaplan, BA ’70, owner and president of Kaplan Financial
Group. Kaplan earned her degree in political science from the Columbian
College of Arts and Sciences in 1970.
When Kaplan founded her company
in Chevy Chase, Maryland, in 1979, she focused on disability insurance.
Over the years, to weather economic downturns, the company widened
its offerings. Today, Kaplan’s firm has about 100 group and
2,000 individual clients, including biotechnology companies, schools,
and nonprofit organizations.
Last year, Kaplan agreed to serve
on the National Council of the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.
As part of her involvement with the council, she advises University
leaders on management, financial, and leadership issues. CCAS is
thrilled to have such a successful businesswoman on board!
BECOME A WHITE HOUSE FELLOW
You can become a part of America’s most prestigious program
for leadership and public service. Founded in 1964, the White House
Fellows Program offers exceptional young men and women first-hand
experience working at the highest levels of the Federal government.
This program has fostered a legacy of leadership, with nearly 600
alumni. One of GW’s most venerated alumni, Secretary of State
Colin Powell, was a White House Fellow.
For more information, or to download
an application, visit www.whitehouse.gov/fellows.
Applications must be postmarked by February 1, 2005 for the 2005-2006
class, and all ages are welcome to apply.
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