The DC Metro Chapter of NAASC is sponsoring a book drive for the Women’s Correctional Treatment Facility in Southeast DC. Please bring your new or used books to our Holiday Party on Dec. 14th from 6-9pm at 9719 Byward Blvd., Bowie, MD or email email@example.com to arrange a pick up. Paperbacks only and no explicit content. Below you will find a list of needed books:Dictionaries (English, Spanish-English).
- Spanish Textbooks
- Atlases and almanacs
- Drawing or art
- Science and alternative energy (including science magazines like Discover or Scientific American)
- How-to (especially woodworking, plumbing, car mechanics, small motor repair)
- GED preparation
- Farming and agriculture
- Personal finance or starting a business
- American Indians, Mayans, or Aztecs
- African American, Latin American, or classical (Roman,Greek) history
- Fiction: Westerns
- Fiction: Urban
Next General Body Meeting – Saturday, January 11, 2014
Time: 10:30 a.m. -12:00 p.m. (please be on time)
Location: 1155 F. Street NW, Suite 1150
Our host is alumna Shaylah Nunn’s employer, Novo Nordisk. Free garage parking is available in the building as well as metered street parking. The office is across the street from METRO Center subway station. The entrance to the office is on F street, next to Andrews Ties (next to Pret a Manger on the corner of 11th & F). The entrance to the parking garage is on 12th Street. 12th Street is ‘one way’, so you must travel down F street and make a right onto 12th street. Parking garage is on the right-hand side. Parking will be validated during the meeting.
Loving Me Girls’ Conference
The LMGC is the major community service activity for the DC Metro Chapter. We invite 100 girls from the area for a day of engaging, mind-expanding workshops with dynamic speakers and alumnae. The conference is 100% volunteer staffed so we need you to help make it great. If you would like to help with the planning, please click here to sign up.
Atiya Hoye, Conference Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting reminders and updates will be sent through the chapter listserve. To sign up for the listserve, please enter your email address in the “join our mailing list” box in the right sidebar.
The chapter gives out two types of scholarships:
- The Jane Hope Lyons Scholarship is awarded by the College to a DC Area resident.
- The Golden Girl Book Scholarships are given to incoming freshmen at our New Student Alumni picnic.
If you would like to join our efforts to support DC area students attending Spelman, please go to our Scholarship & Fundraising page to donate.