826DC is Hiring a Programs Assistant!
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Skeleteon 1826DC, an award-winning nonprofit youth writing center located in Columbia Heights, seeks an energetic individual to serve as its full-time Programs Assistant!

826DC seeks a highly motivated self-starter to join our team as a full-time Programs Assistant. The ideal candidate will have a strong entrepreneurial spirit, be organized and dedicated, have experience with and a passion for working with students of all ages, and work well with all types of people.

Click on the link below for the full job description and for application instructions.

Programs Assistant (Final)

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The Word is Out! 826DC is Expanding and Moving!

sign_1Did you see the amazing news in the Washington Post? After searching for nearly two years, we are so excited to announce that 826DC recently signed a 10-year lease on a new location.

In celebration of this news, and in order to make our next chapter even more transformative, we need your help. Please consider making a gift today. 

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Volunteers of the Month – July 2015

Reading All-Stars volunteers – Walter Diaz & Nina Ward This year’s Reading All-Stars program at Tubman Elementary School exceeded all expectations. While we had more than 70 uber-dedicated folks who showed up every Saturday morning to work one-on-one with kids on their reading and writing skills, we had to take a moment to acknowledge the hard work […]

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Join us for the August edition of the lowercase!

Winik3HROn August 5th at 7:00pm, 826DC will present the lowercase, our monthly reading series.

This month we are thrilled to have author and NPR commentator Marion Winik as our featured reader.

Check her out at marionwinik.com.

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