Octorber 15: Washington Appleseed’s Breakfast with the Best
Please join Washington Appleseed for breakfast on Tuesday, October 15th at 7:30am in celebration of a year of great social progress and the pro bono teams who helped to make it all happen! RSVP to Katie@WaAppleseed.org.
November 13: Global Washington’s 5th Annual Conference
Join Global WA on November 13th at the Bell Harbor Conference Center in Seattle for our 5th Annual Conference! This year’s conference will continue to use Collective Impact to highlight the best examples of partnerships, innovations, and collaborations in the global development community. We invite you to join us this November to connect, learn, and share with others in Washington State’s vibrant global development community!
Reserve your spot. Early bird pricing ends Friday, August 30th.
Early bird: Member: $100 Non-Member: $150
Registration after August 30: Member: $150 Non-Member: $225
RSVP today- click here!
Deogratias “Deo” Niyizonkiza is the founder and chief executive officer of Village Health Works, a grassroots non-profit organization providing compassionate, quality health care to the most vulnerable community members in rural Burundi, East Africa. Deo is the protagonist of The New York Times bestseller Strength In What Remains, which depicts Deo’s journey from medical student in Burundi, to struggling immigrant in New York City, to Ivy League-educated global health practitioner and doctor-in-training.
Sam Daley-Harris is founder of RESULTS, an international citizens’ lobby dedicated to creating the political will to end hunger and poverty. There are 100 RESULTS groups in the U.S. and 40 more in six other countries. In 2007, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Muhammad Yunus said: “…no other organization has been as critical a partner in seeing to it that microcredit is used as a tool to eradicate poverty and empower women than RESULTS and RESULTS Educational Fund’s Microcredit Summit Campaign.”
January 31- February 1, 2014: NW Public Service Career Fair
Get Ready Law Students and Recent Grads! Don’t miss on this great opportunity to connect and interview with non-profit and government legal employers in Seattle on Friday, January 31 and/or in Portland on Saturday, February 1.
For complete info check out the career fair website here. Employers will be registering on a rolling basis throughout the fall check the website frequently for the latest updates!
IMPORTANT DATES FOR LAW STUDENTS & RECENT GRADS
November 4, 2013: Student registration opens
January 13, 2014: Student deadline for requesting interviews
January 24, 2014: Students are notified of interview schedules
January 26, 2014: Student pre-registration closes (you may still register at the door)
January 29, 2014: Student deadline for rejecting interviews
January 31, 2014: Seattle Career Fair at Seattle University
February 1, 2014: Portland Career Fair at Lewis & Clark College
October 23: Columbia Legal Services 2013 Annual Pro Bono Reception