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Project Manager

We are recruiting for a project manager for a progressive nonprofit dedicated to social equity and justice. In this role you will be working on relevant electoral issues that are important to the lives of under-served communities nationally. This role is right for you...

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Grants Coordinator

Our client, a large social justice philanthropic organization, is seeking a Grants Coordinator to assist with all facets of grants processing. This fully remote position is an amazing opportunity for someone with grants experience who wants to be in the driver seat...

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Marketing and Business Development Assistant

We have an amazing opportunity within an international, mission-focused association that is a champion for the food industry. Our client is looking to hire a tech savvy individual with excellent customer service skills. In this role you will handle invoicing, track...

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Membership Database Assistant

An environmentally focused organization dedicated to sustainable living is looking for a detailed, efficient associate to assist with their membership database. The ideal candidate will have research experience and familiarity with NetForum. To apply, please send your...

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Administrative Assistant

One of the foremost energy focused trade associations in Washington, is looking for a sophisticated assistant to support their busy legal team. This could be a dream role for someone with about a year of office experience and who likes to plan events, organize...

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Admin/HR Assistant

We have a terrific opportunity within an international, mission-focused consulting firm dedicated to providing solutions to problems faced in developing nations. Our client is looking to hire a bright, versatile administrative assistant who thrives wearing multiple...

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Event Producer

Come work for one of the leading voices on the cutting edge of technology and innovation issues! We are looking for a creative-minded and motivated candidate to put in the driver’s seat for planning and executing widely attended events and meetings. In this role you...

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Remote Data Specialist (DC Metro area)

We are looking for remote data specialists to join a GROWING financial institution that is passionate about empowering the small businesses of America. This position is for you if you live in the the DC Metro area and: • you are quick and accurate with data entry. If...

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Executive Assistant

We're looking for an Executive Assistant in the D.C. Metro area! Are you ready to support a team which works with some of DC's top lobbyists and senators? If you are an experienced scheduler who thrives in a fast-paced and detail-oriented role, submit your resume to...

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There’s a fishy D.C. landmark: The Maine Avenue Fish Market is the oldest continuously functioning fish market in the country — operating nonstop since 1805.

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The Washington Monument (555 feet) was once (1884) the tallest structure in the world – until it was topped by the Eiffel Tower in 1889.

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If you're looking for a bathroom, the White House has 35 bathrooms.

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A national record for Washington – wine consumption! We drink more wine per person than the people in any of the 50 states.

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D.C. baseball is green. Nationals Park was the first “green-certified” baseball stadium in the country.

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Washington’s gift to football. The football huddle was invented here by the team of Gallaudet University, a school for the deaf and hard of hearing, to avoid having the other team see their hand signals.

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D.C. is jam-packed with museums and many are free – 13 free museums on the National Mall alone!

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Washington residents were not allowed to vote for president until 1964.

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The Capital Beltway encircles the city, but don’t believe the old joke – If you miss your exit on the beltway, just keep going. You'll come to it again.

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There is a typo on the Lincoln Memorial. It's almost covered up, but see if you can spot it on his inaugural address.

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There are 2,233 restaurants located in Washington, DC.

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The National Capital is an international city! We have 175 embassies and international cultural centers, and 15% of DC residents speak a language other than English.

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“Taxation Without Representation” Washington residents still have no voting representatives in Congress.

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Washington’s Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum is the 2nd most popular museum in the world. The Louvre in Paris is #1.