Thursday, April 4, 2019

Veterans Networking Social Event Wednesday, April 17th, 2019 | 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM The Lobby Bar at The Hotel at the University of Maryland

Veterans Networking Event! The last one for this semester. If you haven't been to one yet, now is the time. Grab some food. Have a drink. Talk to some people. Have a great time. If we never take time, we will never have time. Current Student Veterans, Alumni, Campus Partners, Employers, Veterans, and Veteran Supporters are all welcome. Please share.

First 25 people receive a ticket good for a free drink at the bar!

Veterans Networking Social Event
Wednesday, April 17th, 2019 | 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
The Lobby Bar at The Hotel at the University of Maryland - 7777 Baltimore Ave, College Park, MD 20740
Free parking is available in the parking garage at The Hotel (parking will be validated at the bar).
Attire: Business casual to business professional
Food is provided and drinks are available at the bar.


With Special Guest, Allison Hamilton-Rohe from Daily Outfit giving her talk, "The Power of Personal Style." This 20-min talk is designed to help you understand how the power of personal style will improve your results and help you claim your goals. Allison Hamilton-Rohe, our personal style expert, will walk us through why personal style works so you can master your first impression and be more confident in your career transition.

You'll learn:

- What growth mindset and personal style have in common
- Why what you wear can improve your outcomes
- How personal style can be your super-suit!

Join us for this talk to ensure your personal style works for you!

Allison Hamilton-Rohe
Personal Style Coach, DailyOutfit


If you are a current student veteran, this is your chance to meet other veterans working in your desired industry and employers from various companies, agencies, and departments. Find out information from recent alumni on the steps they took to get that first or second position following graduation. Practice your personal story and figure out your professional persona in a supportive environment.

If you are a veteran alum of UMD, come and support current student veterans and make connections that will support your next step.

If you represent a company, agency, or organization that is looking to recruit veterans, come out and meet our current and former student veterans here at UMD! Meet and speak with veterans in a relaxed, comfortable environment that promotes genuine discussions. 

If you are UMD Faculty or Staff, we want you here, too! Get to know our student veterans here at UMD. You just might meet your next student hire for your department or get your next research assistant! 

No matter what, you will be supporting our student veterans. Come network with us as we work to build the bonds that support successful transitions.

Making connections at our previous events...

David M. Reese
Coordinator, Veteran Student Life
Engagement Office - 0110H
Adele H. Stamp Student Union - Center for Campus Life
3972 Campus Drive | University of Maryland | College Park, MD 20742 | 301-314-0073 | | @thestampumd

Mozambique Diaspora. Food for Impact: Dine for Mozambique. April 2019

Connecting People and Brands to African Food Culture

Food for Impact: Dine for Mozambique
We are joining forces with Petworth Citizen and World Central Kitchen (WCK) for an evening of impact through food. Join us in raising funds for survivors of Cyclone Idai in Beira, Mozambique.

Eat, drink, or buy merchandise and 15% of proceeds will go directly to WCK's #ChefsforMozambique - a relief team supporting and empowering the local community on its long road to recovery. The evening will also include live jazz music and impact stories from the Mozambican Diaspora. 

Date & Time:
Thursday, April 11th 2019
6pm - 10pm


Petworth Citizen
829 Upshur St NW, Washington, DC 20011

What we are reading

The Black Emergency Managers Association International support(s) the Sustainable Development Goals

The Black Emergency Managers Association International support(s) the Sustainable Development Goals

Team Rubicon’s Clay Hunt Fellows Program (CHFP). February 2020

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Mission is to increase the diversity of corporate America by increasing the diversity of business school faculty. We attract African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans and Native Americans to business Ph.D. programs, and provide a network of peer support on their journey to becoming professors.