Events

Event Recap – Get to Know Your Government: Panel at the 61st Ramallah Convention

POST-EVENT PRESS RELEASE On July 5th, the Arab-American Business and Professional Association (ABPA) successfully hosted a panel at the 61st Ramallah Convention in partnership with the American Federation of Ramallah Palestine (AFRP). The panel featured speakers from the U.S. Census Bureau, the Small Business Administration, and the Department of State for a discussion on how…

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GET TO KNOW YOUR GOVERNMENT: PANEL AT THE 61ST RAMALLAH CONVENTION

PRESS RELEASE A panel hosted by Arab-American Business & Professional Association will take place on Friday, July 5, 2019 — 12:30-2:00pm — Washington Marriott Wardman Park — 2660 Woodley Road NW — Washington, D.C. WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Arab-American community in the DMV area is invited to join an engaging discussion hosted by Arab-American Business and Professional Association…

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ABPA Hosts Social Networking Dinner

“Now, Arab-Americans in the United States have an education-centered organization of which they can be very proud.” On the night of January 18th, ABPA celebrated the progress of the Arab-American Business & Professional Association with a vibrant social networking event. Guests enjoyed an Arabic-style dinner as they discussed engagement with the Arab-American community at large…

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ABPA Hosts the Tunisian Ambassador

By Yasmine Raouf Tunisian Ambassador to the United States, His Excellency Faycal Gouia In early October of this year, ABPA was honored to join the University of Maryland’s Organization of Arab Students in organizing a talk with His Excellency Faycal Gouia, Tunisia’s Ambassador to the United States. Hosted on the beautiful University of Maryland, College…

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10 Takeaways from Resume Building Workshop with Kevin Cowl

By Samah Mohamed  Kevin Cowl’s lecture offered “unspoken tips” to helpe bridge the perception gap between employers and students. Together with George Mason University’s Egyptian Student Association, ABPA hosted Kevin Cowl, the Vice President for Development at the Middle East Institute, a top think-tank in Washington, DC. Mason students received one-on-one resume feedback from Mr. Cowl…

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