Leidos DSI is now the exclusive provider of HillTop, a Content Management System specifically designed to service large government organizations. We create design fully customized websites tailored to your office's unique goals, priorities, and timeline. Please join us for a web design workshop where we'll be having an interactive discussion. Whether it's a site refresh or a total rebranding, find out how to take your Congressional website to a whole new level to better engage with your constituents. Please join us for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres in the Rayburn Foyer. RSVP now to save your spot!
Looking to climb the political career ladder? Did you know that nearly 50% of Capitol Hill chiefs of staff and 40% of legislative directors and senior legislative assistants have advanced degrees? Join Roll Call Live's Graduate School Fair on March 21, 2018, to learn more about the benefits of a graduate degree on or off Capitol Hill! Network with other prospective students and admissions representatives from the best graduate schools in public affairs, politics, business and government. Drinks and hors d'oeuvres will be served!
The Mujeres de HACE DC/McLean Alumnae Board is hosting its second annual Empowerment Brief, a forum geared to enhance the leadership skills of Latinx professionals. Join us on Thursday, March 21, 2019, for an evening of empowerment and networking with Latino leaders and key players in D.C.
Please join the Women's Congressional Staff Association for a panel discussion and presentation on impostor syndrome and how it affects women on the hill.
Please join the WCSA Professional Development team for an expert panel on guidance to improve your interviewing skills to succeed on Capitol Hill and beyond. Panelists will include senior staff responsible for making the hiring decisions. This is a bipartisan and bicameral event.
Join WCSA members as we discuss the challenges and benefits of continuing education as a Hill staffer – from full-time employees looking at potential graduate programs and the application process, to those currently in graduate school, to those who have earned an advanced degree while working full-time. Coffee and light snacks will be provided.
On Thursday, January 31, 2019, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) will host a Science, Technology, and Innovation Experts Open House. This event will feature CRS analysts who will be available to discuss science, technology, and innovation policy issues of interest in the 116th Congress in an informal, meet-and-greet setting. CRS experts provide comprehensive research and policy analysis to assist congressional offices in pursuing their legislative agendas. New staff and senior policy advisors alike can benefit from the authoritative, objective, and confidential services CRS provides.
Was your office unable to attend the Orientation for Senior Aides program hosted by the Committee on House Administration in November 2018? Did you attend, but still have questions? Or have senior staff joined your team who need a top-level briefing on EVERYTHING about getting your office up and running? If so, this session is for you! To RSVP for this event, please email RSVP@CongressFoundation.org. Please provide the full name, office and staff position of the person who will attend.
The Congressional Hispanic Staff Association (CHSA) welcomes new and returning Capitol Hill staff to our first cafecito of the 116th Congress. Join us for some pan dulce and coffee to learn more about who we are and how to become a member, or to renew your dues.
WCSA will be hosting a brown bag lunch meet & greet on Wednesday, January 23rd with#NatSecGirlsSquad, a membership organization for people committed to competent diversity across the national security apparatus, with an emphasis on defense and security. Bring your lunch and come meet with women in the national security and defense industries and learn more about #NatSecGirlsSquad. Snacks & coffee will be provided.
Please join us for a policy briefing on oversight techniques for personal offices, led by Brian Cohen, Oversight and Investigations Director for Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Brian Cohen has over 20 years of oversight and investigations experience in the House and Senate. He is presently the Oversight and Investigations Director for Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), where he has led the production of dozens of reports, letters, and other oversight products related to financial regulation and consumer protection, education and student loans, ethics and conflicts of interest in the Trump Administration, and other issues important to Sen. Warren’s agenda.
Many advocates wake the morning after elections to discover that their long-standing champions for their cause have been sent packing, causing a scramble to cultivate new congressional proponents on the Hill. Fortunately, CMF has developed a sure-fire elixir for an advocate's election-year hangover.
We've never done a program quite like this before! CMF will facilitate a discussion with Chief of Staff Lisa Sherman and District Director Jessica Reed, senior managers for Rep. Susan Davis, who will be presenting their best practices on hiring. Lisa and Jessica will share the "Team Davis" approach to hiring – a process so impressive that they were recognized for a 2018 Democracy Award for "Life in Congress" Workplace Environment (and had CMF staff and expert panelists saying things like: "Wow - incredible!" and "In a league all their own").
It’s hiring season on Capitol Hill! Whether you are applying for your first job or transitioning between offices, make sure your resume stands out above the rest. Join the Women’s Congressional Staff Association (WCSA) for a resume workshop on December 3rd where you will receive one-on-one time with senior staff to review your resume.
The Global Organization for Applied-Political Leadership (G.O.A.L) is the first and foremost training incubator for diverse political talent in applied politics, communication, and advocacy. G.O.A.L will cultivate a robust talent pipeline to generate a critical mass of diverse political leaders who will revolutionize how government serves people globally though professional development, executive education, and political networking. We hope you can join us!
Elections create a lot of change on the Hill and Downtown. How can you take advantage of the chaos and position yourself for success in your career? The experts at Time On The Hill will guide you through the midterm madness and help you capitalize on the chaos. Join Brent Sullivan, President of Time On The Hill, and Blake Major, Vice Chair of the Government Affairs Industry Network (GAIN), for an in-depth discussion on the DC job market in the aftermath of the midterms. Help us steer the conversation by adding your questions when you register!
Mr. Maibach will share 10 lively stories of ethics, strategy and decision-making drawn from his 18 years as Vice President of Global Government Affairs at the Intel Corporation. These stories sometimes involve the first four CEOs of Intel – Dr. Robert Noyce, Dr. Gordon Moore, Dr. Andrew Grove, and Dr. Craig Barrett. These are three of the four founders of the company. Dr. Noyce is the co-inventor of the integrated circuit (computer chip). Dr. Moore is famous for “Moore’s Law.” Dr. Grove was Time Man of the Year in 1997. Dr. Barrett is a former professor at Stanford University. All four are men of exceptional intelligence and high integrity. Inside each story is a “lesson” or a “moral to the story.” At the end of the talk, Mr. Maibach will explore with our audience what some of those lessons were and remain today.
Are you interested in your next job after being a scheduler or executive assistant? Come learn from those that have made the move to other careers and from those that help people like you find jobs in the private sector.
Looking to climb the political career ladder? Did you know that nearly 50% of Capitol Hill chiefs of staff and 40% of legislative directors and senior legislative assistants have advanced degrees? Join Roll Call Live's Graduate School Fair on October 18, 2018, to learn more about the benefits of a graduate degree on or off Capitol Hill! Network with other prospective students and admissions representatives from the best graduate schools in public affairs, politics, business and government. Drinks and hors d'oeuvres will be served!
Join us on Capitol Hill to celebrate DC CyberWeek, champion women's leadership and learn how to have a voice with Congressional Members and Staff. We will host a FireSide chat with cybersecurity industry and government women leaders, engage in open forum Q&A, participate in professional round table discussions on women's cybersecurity roles in Washington, D.C. and collaborate in dynamic networking to meet inspiring Washington, D.C. women.
Join GAIN, Brad Traverse, and experience government affairs professionals from all areas, including: lobbying (corporate, trades, contract), communications, Congress, Federal Government, grassroots, PAC, and more! Attendees will have a few minutes to sit down with experts in each of these fields to ask questions and plot out career paths. Come for just the panel, the workshop, or stay for the whole thing!
Join us for a conversation with House senior staffers to share their insight and tips on how you can advance your career in the 116th Congress. Lunch will be provided.
Join us for this webinar that will feature the "Workflex Toolkit for Congress," a practical guide with worksheets, assessments, and tips for how to make flexible working options a reality in your office. You will also hear from congressional managers who will provide their perspectives.
Roll Call will take our audience deep inside the House and Senate elections through a live event offering the best combination of broad campaign coverage, detailed analysis and election handicapping. Our expert team and special guests – Representative Ros-Lehtinen, and Fox News' Ed Henry – will provide a preview of the most important races this November.
Join America's Future Foundation, Leadership Institute, and Hillsdale College Kirby Center for an evening all about living and working in our Nation's capitol! Hear from an expert panel on what it takes to succeed professionally and personally in this town, followed by a networking reception with appetizers and cocktails.We hope to see you there!