Presented by CyberScoop, DC CyberWeek is a SXSW-style, city-wide festival taking place October 15-19 in our nation’s capital. The festival brings together thousands of leaders, experts and decision-makers from the cybersecurity community and features dozens of community conferences, events and parties, open to all participants.
The 9th Annual ROADTRIP! is an exciting and innovative full immersion Leadership Experiencethat is designed to empower undergraduate members of Culturally-Based Fraternal Organizations (CBFOs) (Asian, Black, Latino/a, and Multicultural) undergraduate students with an interest in learning more about these organizations (and how to work more effectively with them) and student service professionals and advisors who work closely with these groups.
Never before has there been an opportunity where African-American owned Spirit, Wine, and Beer brands have been unified in one place for a single common ground. The Black Owned Wine & Spirits Festival will lay a foundation of commerce and education that will inspire and propel a movement towards the widespread support of Black owned Spirits, Wine and Beer.
The Prio Bangla (a Non- Profit Organization) with supporting by Arlington County and recognized by the Virginia Governor is hosting the 7th annual Multicultural Street Festival for the large various ethnics’ community here in Arlington, Virginia.
Museum Day is an annual celebration of boundless curiosity hosted by Smithsonian magazine. Participating museums and cultural institutions across the country provide FREE entry to anyone presenting a Museum Day ticket. The Museum Day ticket provides FREE admission for two people on Saturday, September 22, 2018
The Howard University School of Business' inaugural Sports & Entertainment Summit aims to introduce young professionals to opportunities that exists within both the sports and entertainment industry
Join us for the Marvin Gaye Park Summer Concert Series to experience music, art, food, and shop with Made in DC makers
Join Mayor Muriel Bowser at the Maternal & Infant Health Summit to build on the growing public awareness and interest in this important issue and the District's new approach to ensure the health of women, babies and families
“The greatest thing is that, even after all these years, I am as excited to do a new project now as I was the first time out,” he adds. “I haven’t lost the passion for doing this. It’s still so exciting to me to compose music and go into the studio with these incredible musicians and see the songs come to life.