Insider’s Guide to Congressional Black Caucus Week

It’s here! This year’s “Insider’s Guide to Congressional Black Caucus Week” will definitely get you ready for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Annual Legislative Conference.

The historic tenth edition of the guide to get you through CBC Week clocks in at more than 30 pages of forums, panels, informational receptions, networking receptions and parties. #CBCWeek #CBCFALC18

Access the guide here:

It’s Here! The Insider’s Guide to Congressional Black Caucus Week 2018

Washington DC 2017 Career Fair – Renaissance Hotel (July 20, 2017)

The Washington DC 2017 Career Fair is being held at the Renaissance Hotel on July 20. Job seekers who register on EventBrite are given early priority access and can arrive at 9:30 AM with an EventBrite Ticket.

This Professional Hiring Event is free for job seekers to attend.

To register visit here:

Open Positions include:
Regional Sales Manager

Customer Service Associate

Account Manager
Call Center Representative
Financial Services Representative
Bank Teller
Administrative Assistant
Customer Service Representative
I.T Help Desk
Regional Sales Manager
Retail Manager
Admissions Counselor
Licensed Customer Service Representative
Sales Agent and Commissioned Sales Agent
Account Clerk Specialist
Accounting Technician
Admin Analyst II
Admin Analyst III
Admin Secretary II
Associate Accountant
Community Services Officer
Digital Marketing Associate
Digital Marketing Associate
Website Designer
Sr. QA Automation Engineer
Sr. Software Engineer
Web Administrator
Accounting Intern
Channel Sales Development Representative
Inside Sales Representative
Lead Development Representative
Mid-Market Sales Development Representative
Sales Development Representative
Human Resource Generalist
Human Resource Manager

Professional Dress is required and bringing additional copies of your resume is strongly recommended. 
We will see you there. 

#MissingDCGirls #FindOurGirls

#MissingDCGirls #FindOurGirls There has been a total of 501 missing juveniles in D.C., as of March 2017, of those cases 18 critical cases are still open and 4 non critical. Let’s be clear any child that goes missing is a great concern but let’s recognize that the Metropolitan Police Department (MPDC) tirelessly works to find every missing child.

I challenge everyone to first verify facts before reacting. Many of these youth are runaways. Let’s address this issue for a second. How do we create and build wrap around services to help our youth feel safe at home or find our youth alternative places to live? Let’s work together to come up with real solutions to address the underlying problems.

The increased awareness that has been noted is directly due to the MPDC strategically putting these cases on all of their social media platforms. The current discussions about these missing children in D.C. is a positive step to raise awareness and hopefully save these children from possible human trafficking, organ harvesting, or death.

The great work of the MPDC should be recognized. These officers work day in and day out to find these children. Please give them proper credit for actually getting the public talking and for raising awareness about these missing children. It is a positive sign that the media, Congressional Black Caucus, the Department of Justice, and the Mayor’s office are now actively involved. Hopefully the increased spotlight on these missing children will bring them all back home safely.

For more information on the missing children in D.C. please check the MPDC website: