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Co-working space Cove and 826DC (museum of unnatural history) are Moving to the Tivoli

by Prince Of Petworth July 31, 2015 at 12:22 pm 4 Comments

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14th and Park Road, NW

From an email:

“cove Columbia Heights is moving, and it’s an upgrade!

To make productive more convenient and better take advantage of the neighborhood, cove is moving its current Columbia Heights location at 1402 Meridian Pl NW to 3343 14th St NW in mid-August. cove is committed to being a neighborhood productive space, providing locations in the heart of the neighborhood that are accessible and near the main attractions and delicious places to fuel up.

The new cove Columbia Heights will have two floors and sit right off 14th Street, one block north of the metro station, in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Columbia Heights. It will feature a self-serve coffee bar area with high-top stools, 32 desks, a comfortable lounge section, two call booths, two four-seat conference rooms, and the usual cove amenities (unlimited beverages, color printing/scanning, reliable wifi).”

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826DC

From an email:

“826DC is growing our writing workshops and moving to a new space in the historic Tivoli Theatre across the street this fall, new store theme (TBD). I’m writing with a job opening for a full-time entry level position to support our expanding work with DC kids.

826DC, an award-winning nonprofit youth writing center located in Columbia Heights, seeks an energetic individual to serve as its full-time Programs Assistant!

826DC seeks a highly motivated self-starter to join our team as a full-time Programs Assistant. The ideal candidate will have a strong entrepreneurial spirit, be organized and dedicated, have experience with and a passion for working with students of all ages, and work well with all types of people. This position will report directly to the On-site Programs Manager while working closely with the Programs Director and the Volunteer Coordinator.

The Programs Assistant will implement, lead, and assist with on-site and off-site programming. The Programs Assistant will mobilize and train volunteers to support DC youth ages 6-18 in academic conditions that often lack quality resources and/or programs. The Programs Assistant will receive hands-on, real-world experience and leadership skills within arts education in an urban school district.

Job posting and full position description here.

Priority application date is August 3.

Start date is September 1.”

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