Volunteering To Do Community Service In DC

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Are you interested in getting involved in your local community? Do you have a desire to help those less fortunate than yourself? If your answer is Yes, then you’ll want to join us for a special online interview and discussion about how you can make a difference in the lives of others.


In this session we will have an in depth discussion with Hakimu Davidson, President of the Urban League Thursday Network which is the Young Professionals auxiliary of the Greater Washington Urban League.


We will discuss where, why, and how you can become involved in community service in the DC area. In addition, we will highlight many of the activities of the Thursday Network and how they support the Greater Washington Urban League and its community programs through fundraising and volunteerism, and how they provide a forum for young professionals in DC and Maryland to focus their energies on community service, professional development, social consciousness, and political involvement.


This is a live Google+ Hangout and registrants will be encouraged to participate in the discussions by asking questions and/or sharing their experiences live in real time.



HakimuHakimu Shuttlesworth Davidson is a Washingtonian with a strong background and commitment of service to his community.  


He has been a member of the Urban League Young Professionals movement since 2005, and Thursday Network since 2008, currently serving as President of Thursday Network.


He previously served as Professional Development Chair for the Houston Young Professionals chapter and is also a member of the National Black MBA Association, having served as Economic Development Co-Chair for the Houston chapter. In 2008, he volunteered with the Obama-Biden Presidential Campaign, serving as a Precinct Captain.


He prides himself on bringing hard work, innovation, growth and improvement to all of his positions.




This session is part of the iBlack Community Service Series.


One of our key goals at iBlack is to be a matchmaker, bringing people together to improve each other’s lives – whether those people are organizations who need volunteers, individuals who want to become volunteers or people who need support in the community.

We support several local and national community service groups to help them secure volunteers and develop connections and networks to effect positive change in our community.



This is an online training workshop

How to Register

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Fees : $0

Event Categories: 20 Something, 30 Something, 40 Something, 50 Plus, Age Groups, All Ages, Event Type, Location, Montgomery County, Northern Virginia, Prince Georges County, Service and Washington DC.Event Tags: Community Service and Google+ Hangout.

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