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500 Fifth St., NW, Washington, DC
(202) 334-2000

Opened in 2002, the Keck Center houses more than 1,000 employees and is a popular site for public meetings. The National Academies Press Bookstore is on the first floor. The building also features cultural events and art exhibits that are open to the public by appointment.

640 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
(202) 687-8700

Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies (SCS) fulfills the university’s educational mission by offering a wide range of degree programs and applied learning experiences to a broad and inclusive community of students and professionals. The educational programs found within Georgetown SCS combine theory with practice through rigorous curricula led by experts in their fields, providing opportunities for students to excel academically and professionally.

1200 L St. NW
(202) 898-4660

Strong John Thomson Elementary School is a rigorous and multi-cultural environment where students grow into global citizens possessing a sense of inquiry, values, and a desire for high academic achievement. Strong John Thomson Elementary School is renowned for our academics and diversity. Thomson was the first DCPS elementary school to become and International Baccalaureate (IB) PYP World School. As an IB school, we prepare students to be active participants in a lifelong journey of learning.

901 15th Street, NW, Washington DC 20005
(202) 706-5052

The DC Campus of the Chicago School of Professional Psychology was established as part of a larger initiative to embrace diversity  by working in multicultural communities. Under the guidance and tutelage of the most distinguished and passionate professors, students at  the DC Campus have easy access to the historical and cultural landmarks in the nations capital,  which also provides a space for unparalleled real-world experiences for the psychology-professional-in-training.

410 8th Street NW, Washington, DC 20004
(202) 393-5437

Through capable and well trained teachers, BASIS prepares middle and high school students in the United States to compete with their peers in other foreign countries, by using an accelerated liberal arts curriculum, designed to push students to achieve their highest academic potential. 

918 F Street NW, Washington DC 20004
(202) 695-8938

Discover flavors from famous chefs, classes with the city’s best yogis, or local brews in our basement bar. Living Social (918 F) Street is your chance to try something you’ve never done before.

1213 K Street NW, Washington, DC 20005
(202) 216-9467

Launched in some 41 low income schools in Washington Dc in  1995, Everybody Wins DC is a literacy program promoting children’s literacy, a love of learning, and greater self esteem through pairing students with Reading Mentors.  Everybody Wins has benefited  some 4,500 children from low income families and are living in underserved communities in Washington DC.

425 2nd Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
(202) 234-0707

Through job training, healthy food distribution, and local farm partnerships, DC Central Kitchen offers path-breaking solutions to poverty, hunger, and poor health.  Since opening in 1989, the Central Kitchen has prepared 25 million meals for low-income and at-risk residents of Washington, DC. Services Provided:Culinary Training, Meal Distribution, Food Recycling, Truck Farms, and the  Healthy School Food Program, Healthy Returns Program, and the Healthy Futures Program

600 New Jersey Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20001
(202) 662 9000

Renown as the first law school created by a Jesuit Institution of higher learning, the Georgetown University Law Center  which was  founded in 1870, is home to a diverse  law curriculum, including the nation’s top-ranked clinical program, joint degree and advanced degree programs, world-renowned centers and institutes, and an Office of Public Interest and Community Service. 

1307 L Street NW, Washington, DC 20005
(202) 654-8301

The Constance Milstein and Family Global Academic Center, or the Washington DC campus of New York University, allows students to incorporate the spirit of the nation's capital in their study and research in diverse subject areas such as politics, economics, environmental studies, public policy, journalism to art history.