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Washington DC

We serve the 2,300 alumni who live in the Greater Washington, DC area and host events with faculty and alumni speakers and authors, performing arts events, family-friendly programs, networking opportunities, athletic events, community service events and more.

The club always welcomes alumni volunteers willing to work with us to produce and support events. If you are interested in getting involved, please explore the links at right.

Past Event Wrap-Ups

Upcoming Events

  • Bold Happy Hour DC

    March 27, 2019

    More than 20 alumni got together for a fun happy hour at Mission Dupont.... The event was sponsored by BOLD and chaired by Shriraj Shah '18.

  • Your Favorite Hillel Will Be In Town For Dinner

    March 26, 2019

    Thirty-four alumni, parents and friends attended "Your Favorite Hillel Will Be In Town For Dinner" event hosted by Sue Stolov Weiss and Howard Weiss P’18, P’21 at their home in Bethesda, MD.... The new executive director of Brandeis Hillel and senior Jewish chaplain, Rabbi Seth Winberg, and board of trustees chair Meyer Koplow ’72, P’02, P’05 provided an update on how Brandeis Hillel continues to make Brandeis University a great place to get an education and shared updates from campus.

  • DC Annual Holiday Reception

    December 6, 2018

    Approximately 55 alumni and friends gathered at Blackfinn Ameripub for an evening of good cheer to toast to the holidays and the New Year. ... The event was chaired by Club President Chad Kurtz '05.

  • Where Did All the Good Jobs Go? Inequality and the Fissured Workplace

    October 23, 2018

    Close to 30 guests attended a presentation by Dean David Weil, dean and professor at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management.... Dean Weil's talk was focused on how wide-scale business restructuring has created a labor force filled with contract or temporary employees has on our economy and issues of equity. The event was hosted by Club President Chad Kurtz '05 at Cozen O'Connor, and chaired by Isaac Cudjoe, MA'19 and Heller Board Member Jules Bernstein '57.