WJLA’s Kidd O’Shea stopped by to share all the great things Dog Tag Bakery has to offer.
If they are not interning for Congress members, they are likely interning or volunteering for some federal or nonprofit organization. The wide availability for these kinds of opportunities is what attracts students to NYUDC in the first place. The site is known for providing insight into U.S. politics, media and society through co-curricular and extracurricular activities with well known companies and organizations.
–NYU Student Juaquin Robles
Read more via nyunews.com: Day in the Life: Washington D.C.
What I never expected from the Fellowship was enlightenment.
Read more: Enlightenment
While it might take some time to master the skills we have learned, we have obtained a network of amazing communication professors & consultants (and quite frankly, friends) we can call on as we go forward.
Read more: Unlocking the Keys to Communicating Successfully: Hmmm…Huh, Okay?
Dog Tag came at the perfect time. Kyle opened the doors to Dog Tag, and I was immediately accepted into the family. I never once faced judgement. They accepted me where I was and pushed me to continue to tell my story.
Read more: Finding My Way Home
Dog Tag’s doors never close and the community it provides will always be there for veterans. Dog Tag provides a foundation for success that every Fellow will take with them on their new transition.
Read more: Life After Dog Tag
Fresh FM’s Tommy McFly visited Dog Tag Bakery to learn more about the program.
Adding to the excitement of Hamilton’s run at The Kennedy Center this summer, The Jefferson is getting in on the fun with its own “Founding Fathers Feud” experience.
The hotel will be pitting Thomas Jefferson against Alexander Hamilton in a series of events. They are also providing guests with a guide to touring the city to visit places where Hamilton and Jefferson have been memorialized.