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Events

May 2004 event

Topic: "The New Employment: Success as a Self-Entrepreneur" Cancelled

Event Summary
Date: Wednesday, 5 May 2004
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Dinner
7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Panel discussion
Location: Capitol City Brewing Company
2 Massachusetts Ave., NE
Washington, DC  20002
Phone: 202-842-2337 Directions are provided below.
Cost: Fees are listed below.
RSVP: Registration is encouraged for this event by Monday, 3 May. To reserve, complete the online reservation form.

Don't forget your business cards for networking!


About the Event

Come nurture your entrepreneurial spirit by joining us at a networking dinner followed by a stimulating panel discussion. Let our panel help you answer such vital questions as:

  • Is being a self-entrepreneur right for you?
  • How do you get started?
  • What does it take to be successful?

Panel Speakers

photo of Gene Zaino Gene Zaino, CEO of MBO Partners, will offer the corporate viewpoint. You will learn:

  • Why contingent workers are so appealing to corporations
  • Why professional independent contracting is becoming a very attractive style of work
  • IRS and other corporate compliance issues that face businesses today
    Read Gene's biography

Kristin Dobbins, Member Services Specialist for MBO Partners will discuss how individuals can successfully and easily become part of the contract workforce. You will learn:

  • How to enjoy the benefits of being an independent consultant without the headaches of operating your own business
  • How to market yourself to companies, project managers and job boards
    Read Kristen's biography

photo of Patricia Srinath Pattie Srinath, self-entrepreneur, will discuss her personal story of transitioning from W-2 to independence. You will learn what to expect as you make the switch from traditional workstyle to a self-directed independent career. You will learn:

  • How to decide if independence is right for you
  • The pros and cons of being independent
  • How she started her independent career
  • The hard lessons she has learned so far and how she is using them to start over
    Read Pattie's biography

photo of Carolyn Kelley Klinger Carolyn Kelley Klinger will moderate the discussion. Come early to qualify for the door prize!
Read Carolyn's biography


Food

You choice of one of the following entrees:

  • The Admiral's Fish & Chips
    Farm raised tilapia coated in our spiced buttermilk and corn flake crumb coating and deep fried. Served with creamy slaw, fries, Old Bay tartar sauce and lemon.
  • Pacific Rim Pasta
    Crispy Garlicky Tofu, snow peas, red peppers, green onion, carrots, and portobello mushrooms tossed with Angel Hair in a soy ginger sauce sprinkled with toasted sesame seeds.
  • Meatloaf & Brown Gravy
    Ground beef seasoned and massaged into a batch of edible stick to your ribs love. Served with thin sliced onions and savory brown gravy, roasted red potatoes, and chef's vegetables.
  • My Big Fat Greek Chicken
    A large breast of chicken stuffed with Feta, spinach and red onion. Served with roasted red bliss potatoes and a savory sun-dried tomato sauce garnished with chopped Kalamata olives and diced red peppers.

All meals come with hot pretzels, soda, coffee, and tea.

The Capitol City Brewing Company offers a full menu in addition to homemade micro-brews.


Fees and Registration

Admission Fees

$15 STC members
$10 Current STC WDC chapter volunteers
$25 Nonmembers
$25 Late registration and walk-ins

Admission fees help to offset the costs of our programs. Fees may vary from program to program because of the costs of food and beverages, room rental, and other services. Our attendees pay slightly different fees depending on whether they are members, nonmembers, students, chapter volunteers, or walk-ins. We also sometimes offer a program-only option for programs that are not held in restaurants.

If you are involved in the planning or production of an event, you are entitled to free admission at that event. If you would like to help and thereby qualify for this discount, contact the Events Committee Manager at . Note that we do not accept last-minute volunteers unless we have an unanticipated need for extra help.

Registration

To ensure that space is reserved for you, you are strongly encouraged to register and pay by Monday, 3 May.

To make a reservation, complete the online reservation form.

Payment

You may pay by sending a check through the U.S. Mail or by making a secure online payment through our PayPal page using your credit card, debit card, bank account, or by paying money from a funded PayPal account. (Using PayPal allows you to make purchases without revealing your credit card number or financial information to us.) We also accept cash or checks at the door.

If you have already registered and would like to submit a payment by check or through our PayPal page, see the reservation page for more detailed information about making a payment.

Cancellations

To cancel a registration, contact the Events Committee Manager as soon as possible. No shows who do not notify us that they need to cancel will be billed.

Advance Reservation Policy

We encourage all attendees to register in advance. If you are unable to register by the deadline, you can still attend the event as a walk-in, at the cost listed under Admission fees.


photo of the front of the Capitol City Brewing Company near Union Station

Directions

Capitol City Brewing Company, Capitol Hill
2 Massachusetts Ave. NE
Washington, DC  20002
Phone: 202-842-2337
Fax: 202-842-9025

The Capitol City Brewing Company, Capitol Hill, CLOSED in July 2011. There is still a downtown location.

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