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Politics and Picnics in Washington, D.C. with CIEE Alumni

Last weekend, the CIEE Alumni Washington, D.C. Chapter organized a second annual picnic to bring together alumni in the area for good food and conversation. Chapter leaders report:

"Although the week was quite cold, this year's picnic fell on a warm, sunny Sunday afternoon. CIEE alumni and guests gathered by the Lincoln Memorial to enjoy great company, music, and conversations about the upcoming election. Most importantly, we got to catch up with each other since the last networking event in July. It was a wonderful day to be out enjoying the fall season while sharing delicious picnic treats. Most CIEE alumni in attendance were participants of study abroad programs, while one participant was from the CIEE Teach Abroad program in Spain. Alumni also talked about planning the upcoming holiday party in early December. Keep your eye on the Alumni Events page and our Facebook group for an announcement soon!"



Stay up-to-date on all CIEE alumni news and events in D.C., and around the world, by: 

  1. Updating your email address in the alumni directory
  2. Joining the CIEE Alumni Washington, D.C. Chapter Facebook group

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