Tuesday, November 3 from 6:00am-7:00pm
AAA Fund Canvass shifts at 9:00am & 3:00pm
Field Office – 2946 Chain Bridge Rd, Suite O
(Short Taxi Ride from Vienna Metro – Orange line)
This is the one and only day that all of our hard work will be put to the ultimate test. Help ensure that everyone who has promised to support Mark actually goes to the poll and casts their ballot for Mark. We need people to knock on doors and make phone calls all day that day to make sure we haven’t missed a single voter. Sign up to volunteer at www.MarkKeam.com or call Dave to let him know what times you are available on November 3. We need people from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. so please give us an hour or more.
Contact- firstname.lastname@example.org with AAA Fund-YP or email@example.com
Wednesday, November 4 at 1:00pm
Resume & Cover Letter Review Meeting
Host- Generation Obama-Washington, DC
Media and Public Affairs Building, Room 307 – 805 21st St NW
Unemployed or just looking for a better job? The Generation Obama-Washington, DC Career Networking Development group is here to help! PoliticsUnder30.org will be hosting us for a free Resume and Cover Letter review meeting at The George Washington University on Wednesday, November 4th at 1 pm. Mag Gottlieb, Director of Career Services at GWU, will talk about editing your resume to get a job in politics, and what campaigns, The Hill, and other people in DC look for in a cover letter.
Thursday, November 5 from 12:00pm-2:30pm
Resume Tips & Job Search Advice Workshop
Host- Democractic Gain
Camelot Room, 1101 Vermont Ave, 9th Floor
(McPherson Square Metro – Orange/Blue lines)
Democratic GAIN is holding one of our small-group seminars on how to construct your resume and give you tips to landing that perfect “political” job. Featured speakers include: Alexandra Acker Lyons, Executive Director of Democratic GAIN; Nikki Enfield, former Executive Director of Democratic GAIN; and Johanna Berkson, with the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. This workshop is perfect for folks that want to make sure their resume is making the most impact and who want to make sure they are doing all they can do to get and stay employed in a political career.
Cost- $10 for non-dues-paying GAIN members
Thursday, November 5 at 6:30pm
Book Launch: “The Day the Dancers Stayed” by Theodore S. Gonzalves
Embassy of the Philippines – 1600 Massachusetts Avenue NW
(Dupont Circle Metro – Red line)
Pilipino Cultural Nights at American campuses have been a rite of passage for youth culture and a source of local community pride since the 1980s. Through performances—and parodies of them—these celebrations of national identity through music, dance, and theatrical narratives reemphasize what it means to be Filipino American. In The Day the Dancers Stayed, scholar and performer Theodore Gonzalves uses interviews and participant observer techniques to consider the relationship between the invention of performance repertoire and the development of diasporic identification. Gonzalves traces a genealogy of performance repertoire from the 1930s to the present. Culture nights serve several functions: as exercises in nostalgia, celebrations of rigid community entertainment, and occasionally forums for political intervention. Taking up more recent parodies of Pilipino Cultural Nights, Gonzalves discusses how the rebellious spirit that enlivened the original seditious performances has been stifled.
Thursday, November 5
Mixer from 7:00pm-9:00pm & Party from 9:00pm-11:00pm
Class of Change
Hosts- Chris Vaeth and Co-Hosted by Alex Flores – Amy Castellano – Angela Rye – April Harley – Bonnie Kwon – Brian Wang – Caren Street – Chris Cassidy – Christian Oh – Dy Brown – Emanuel Pleitez – Felix Sorgho – Hallie Montoya Tansey – Jill Raney – John Brougher – Juan Gonzalez – Keo Chea – Kety Esquivel – Maria Urbina – Mark Rutledge – Melody Gonzales – Nina Kahori Fallenbaum – Ryan Seashore – Seiji Carpenter – Stacey Vaeth Gonzalez – Teddy Miller – Tiffani St.Cloud – Tsehay Abebe – Waiching Wong
Local 16 – 1602 U Street NW
(U Street/Cardoza Metro – Green/Yellow lines)
Join us at the official launch event for “CLASS OF CHANGE” as we celebrate the one-year anniversary of President Obama’s election with a diverse group of political officials, congressional staffers, nonprofit leaders, artists, educators and community organizers! Hip-hop / Reggae / Mashups / R&B / Soul.
Cover- Free All Night
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From: Mitch Stewart, BarackObama.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 6:59 PM
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