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Frank Karel Fellowship in Public Interest Communications

The Frank Karel Fellowship pairs undergraduate students with leading nonprofit organizations that vigorously promote the public interest for a hands-on, experiential fellowship. Support for the Fellowships comes from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Kellogg Foundation, Burness Communications, Spitfire Strategies, Fenton, Brodeur Partners, the Viola Fund, and Betsy Karel.

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Future Executive Director Fellows

The Roundtable welcomes the 2014 class of Future Executive Directors Fellowship. This Fellowship is sponsored by AMEX and Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman.

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5 Nonprofit Myths

See how many you believe!

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A Washington Informer article featured Maria Gomez, President and CEO of Mary's Center. President Obama presented her with a medal and recognized her work which provides health care services to the nation's capital.  

Junior Achievement Greater Washington, in partnership with Capital One, and Prince George's Public Schools, is opening a second Finance Park for middle and high school students. Dr. Alvin L. Crawley, Interim Superintendent of Prince George’s County Public Schools, says of the collaboration, “During these uncertain economic times, it is reassuring to have the support of a public-private partnership."

Goodwill of Greater Washington has been selected to lead the job training and recruitment for a new Marriott slated to open in 2014, reports The Washington Post.


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