Welcome to the Howard University Alumni Club of Greater Washington, DC

HUAC-GWDC continues its more than 50-year tradition of supporting the University’s mission and goals, supporting Howard University students, and serving the greater Washington, DC community.  We are committed to attracting and engaging Howard University Alumni to provide multi-level University support by serving our students and our community and by ensuring a visible, viable, and vital organization that embraces the spirit of excellence.

We sponsor a number of activities and events to raise scholarship funds and to promote networking and camaraderie among Howard alumni:

  • Awarding scholarships to HU students
  • Supporting the HU Science and Mathematics Charter School located on campus
  • Supporting the HUAA/National Education Association Read Across America Program
  • Hosting the Backpacks-to-Briefcases Seminar for HU students
  • Collaborating with the Admissions Office to recruit incoming students
  • Conducting Financial Aid and Application Writing Workshops
  • Hosting Family, Friends and Students Cookouts
  • Post Charter Day Jazz Brunch and Fashion Shows
  • Holiday Parties
  • Alumni-to-Alumni Mentoring Programs
  • Fall Opening Reception and Networking Events (Kennedy Center, Congressional Black Caucus)

HU Alternative Spring Break Washington, D.C., March 14 - 21, 2015

Please download the ASB Sponsorship Packet along with the grocery list for the Washington DC iteration of this year's ASB initiative.

A sponsor of ASB 2015 will help fund specific areas such as food, transportation, and/or social activities, or you can fund other needs as a General Sponsor.

BACKGROUND
Howard University’s Alternative Spring Break (ASB), coordinated through the Office of the Dean of the Chapel, has been taking students on public service missions since 1996 – immersing participants in unique cultures to provide immediate assistance and to reflect on the challenges prevalent in communities throughout society. After Hurricane Katrina in 2005, ASB has consistently taken students to New Orleans in an effort to rebuild the city. Since then, the mission has expanded to include the cities of Detroit, Chicago, the District of Columbia, Atlanta, Baltimore, Memphis and it’s first international destination, Haiti. ABC, CNN, MSNBC, Chicago Tribune and more have recognized the program in the past.  For more information, visit the following links:  www.howard.edu/asb/2014/ or Tumblr or  Facebook


News

  • 2014 Howard Homecoming Alumni Events Thursday, October 16HUAA 50th year Anniversary Blue Carpet ReceptionThursday, October 16, 20146:30pm - 9:30pmWashington Mayflower Hotel Grand BallroomTickets are $50.  For tickets click here ...
    Posted Oct 16, 2014, 1:06 PM by five93alpha
  • HUAA Region2 Homecoming Activities
    Posted Oct 6, 2014, 9:44 AM by five93alpha
  • HUAA-Supported Fashion Show Fundraiser for Scholarships Come out and participate in this HUAA-GWDC supported event hosted by Powerful Women of Purpose International!
    Posted Oct 6, 2014, 9:36 AM by five93alpha
  • HUAA-GWDC / Catalyst Foundation Network SAT Workshop The Howard University Alumni Club of Greater Washington, DC will assist the Catalyst Network Foundation with their SAT workshop that will be held at Ernest Just Hall - Room 302 (Howard ...
    Posted Oct 5, 2014, 7:36 AM by five93alpha
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Events

DateEventDetails
September 26, 2014 CBC Reception and Book Signing You're invited to join the Howard University Alumni of Greater Washington, DC as we celebrate the 44th Annual Legislative Conference. Please RSVP here: http://huaacbc1.eventbrite.com/ Book signing by Dr. Valerie Maholmes, author of "Fostering Resilience and Well-Being in Children and Families in Poverty: Why Hope Still Matters". Guests will be able to: Make a donation to HUAC GWDC Scholarship Fund Make a donation to We Are Howard Campaign Join HUAA and HUAC GWDC Hope to see you there! 
May 15, 2014 HOWARD UNIVERSITY ALUMNI FORUM Conveners: The Honorable Rushern Baker, Prince George's County Executive and Trustee Norman Jenkins 
May 13, 2014 HOWARD UNIVERSITY ALUMNI FORUM Conveners: A. Barry Rand, Chairman of the Board and The Honorable Charlene Drew Jarvis 
May 4, 2014 The Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel Service "Our own" Dr. Bernard L. Richardson, Dean of the Chapel 
May 3, 2014 Bison on the Row - Save the Date!!! Please see our NEWS page for more info! 
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