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Executive Board

DC Dialogues has a team of special events interns, the DC Dialogues Executive Board, who aid with planning, logistical, and technical support at public events and student workshops via Zoom webinars. These internships are intended to be educational and provide experience and skills to students considering a career in event management. Through this program, interns gain a better understanding of event facilitation and coordination in a non-profit setting. Below is a description of the essential functions of each position, however, other duties may be assigned. Interns will earn 20 Potomac Points for their leadership role.


DC Dialogues is seeking student volunteers to work with the events team in various capacities, such as live tweeting during Zoom webinars and providing event and speaker introductions, among other duties. Students who volunteer will work with the DC Dialogues student managers in each of their focus areas, and/or across focus areas, to plan and execute dialogues. Students who decide to volunteer can dedicate as much, or as little time, as long as they help to fulfill the needs of the program.  Volunteers will be able to earn Potomacs to put toward excursion activities.

To apply for the volunteer committee, please email

Submit a Proposal

DC Dialogues is first and foremost about students. All programs rely heavily on students’ interests. Whether you’re curious about local politics, education reform, green business, or the refugee crisis, DC Dialogues encourages you to submit Dialogue ideas to the DC Dialogues Executive Board. Submit a proposal on the DC Dialogues Proposal Submission Google Form.