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Your time, enthusiasm and support to the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences and GW help us to further our programming, provide services to students and establish lifelong connections among fellow alumni.

There are several ways Columbian College alumni can get involved—from hosting students for dinner, offering career advice to students and alumni, interviewing for admissions, helping create programming for a regional or multicultural alumni group, to serving on a university board or reunion committee. We truly appreciate the invaluable generosity of our alumni and hope that you will get involved.

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Volunteer: “It’s a way of giving back to the university that gave me so much.”

In the last five years, Elliot Bell-Krasner, CCAS BA ’08, has been all over the country.

Life after graduation has taken Bell-Krasner from Southern New Mexico, where he worked on the first Obama presidential campaign, to a second stint in Washington, DC to get a master’s degree in public policy from American University, to Palm Beach County, FL, where he was a field organizer for President Obama’s re-election effort.

Today, you can find Bell-Krasner back in DC, where he works as a program officer with the American Council of Young Political Leaders (ACYPL).

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