AFLSE NYC - Special talk and reception on Thursday March 2, First Mondays March 6 at the Churchill


Dear [first_name],

We hope you will join us for a special talk The New Minority: White Working Class Voters and the Reorientation of American Politics with LSE alumnus Justin Gest at 6:30pm on Thursday March 2 at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP (4 Times Square). Details and registration are available through the link below. Ten spaces are still available.

We also hope to see you on Monday March 6 for First Mondays at the Churchill Tavern (45 East 28th St, between Park and Madison). We will be on the second floor from 7:00pm and enjoy a spacious, semi-private bar. First Mondays is our monthly informal meetup to chat, network and connect with fellow Beavers and friends of the LSE. Alumni, students and prospective students are all welcome!

We are pleased to share an opening at the International Rescue Committee: Senior Analyst, Operations & Strategy. Please contact alumnus Jennifer Grzegorczyk if you are interested: Jennifer.Grzegorczyk@rescue.org

Lastly, save the evening of Friday, May 19 for our annual tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art followed by drinks on the rooftop! Details and registration to follow!

Best,
John, Connor, Chris and Michael-John
AFLSE NYC Chapter Leaders

New York: Talk on The New Minority - White Working Class Voters....

 

6:30PM Thu 2 Mar 2017
Please join us for discussion with Justin Gest (PhD 2010 Government) Author of The New Minority: White Working Class Voters and the Reorientation of American Politics

 

 

AFLSE New York City: LSE Seven O'clock Club

7:00PM Mon 6 Mar 2017

Come join us for our monthly networking mixer! New Venue - The Churchill!

 

 

AFLSE New York City: Metropolitan Museum of Art Tour

6:15PM Fri 19 May 2017

Join us for a tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 
Please save the date and check back for details.





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