When

Friday, March 29, 2019

9:00 AM to 4:00 PM EST

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Where

The GW Elliott School of International Affairs
1957 E St NW,
Washington, DC 20052



Driving Directions
Arrival Instructions:
Attendees should arrive at The George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs entrance at 1957 E. Street no later than 8:30am for check-in. 

Transportation:
If arriving by Car/Bus: Cars/Bus drop off should arrive at 1957 E. Street, N.W. Parking is not available on-site.

If using Metro: Attendees should arrive at the Foggy Bottom Metro Station via the Blue or Orange Line. Upon exiting the metro station, attendees should cross the street and turn right on to 23srd street.  Proceed to 1957 E. Street, N. W. for check in.

The Bureau of Public Affairs is excited to welcome students and faculty of Historically and Predominately Black Colleges and Universities to the U.S Department of State's 10th Annual HBCU Foreign Policy Conference.

 The 2019 HBCU Foreign Policy Conference agenda will feature senior State Department officials discussing key foreign policy issues, as well as presentations on career opportunities and student exchanges with Department of State employees. This year will feature a roundtable discussion specifically for professors, college career counselors, and global affairs staff on job readiness, study abroad and language scholarships, and grants information.
Social Media
Ahead of the conference we encourage you to join our "HBCU Foreign Policy Conference" Facebook group.  There you can start up conversations with other conference attendees, network, and share information of interest related to foreign affairs.

If you plan on tweeting about the HBCU Conference before, during the break, or after the event, we encourage you to follow us @engagestate and include:

#HBCUsAtState

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A valid government-issued photo ID and business attire is required for entry into the building.  
No exceptions!

To request a reasonable accommodations need
please contact:
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Contact

Office of Public Engagement
U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Public Affairs
202-647-5342
publicoutreach@state.gov