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Announcing the YGL G.O.L.D. Academy Logo Design Contest!

Started Mar 11, 2013 0 Replies

YGL is updating the logo for the G.O.L.D. Academy, our professional development program, and we are counting on your creativity to help! During the month of…Continue

Tags: graphic design, happy hour, contest, career, Millennial Monday

Millennial Monday: Which President Inspires You?

Started Feb 18, 2013 0 Replies

Today most of us had the day off of work in honor of President's Day. While the holiday originated as a celebration of George Washington's birthday, it has become tradition to celebrate the office of the Presidency, honoring all of our…Continue

Tags: President's Day, washington, career, millennials, Millennial Monday

How do you maintain a positive work-life balance?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Terrence (Terry) Hill Feb 5, 2013. 1 Reply

Work can be difficult, challenging, and exciting all in the same day. To achieve the mission of an agency requires hard work and dedication. However, that doesn’t mean we don’t have lives outside of work. At Young Government Leaders (YGL), we want…Continue

Tags: survey, miscellaneous, fun, quiz, millennials

Millennial Monday: What do you want to see in the next 4 years?

Started Jan 28, 2013 0 Replies

 On Inauguration Day last week I was stopped on the street and interviewed by NPR for their "Dear Mr. President" campaign, asking people what change they wanted to see in the next 4 years. They took pictures of their interviewees with their "wish",…Continue

Tags: inauguration, millennials, millennial monday, YGL

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Jul 11, 2013
Allison Primack commented on GovLoop's group 'Young Government Leaders'
"Are you a graphic designer? We are looking for a new logo for YGL's professional development program! Click here for more details: http://www.govloop.com/forum/topics/announcing-the-ygl-g-o-l-d-academy-logo-design-contest"
Mar 11, 2013
Allison Primack posted a discussion

Announcing the YGL G.O.L.D. Academy Logo Design Contest!

YGL is updating the logo for the G.O.L.D. Academy, our professional development program, and we are counting on your creativity to help! During the month of March, submit your new logo design for the program. The top submissions will be posted on the YGL Facebook Page April 1st and the logo with the most likes on April 15th at…See More
Mar 11, 2013
Allison Primack posted a discussion

Millennial Monday: Which President Inspires You?

Today most of us had the day off of work in honor of President's Day. While the holiday originated as a celebration of George Washington's birthday, it has become tradition to celebrate the office of the Presidency, honoring all of our presidents. In light of this, I was thinking about how different each of our presidents were in terms of their leadership styles. Despite their differences, in the end they achieved the same outcome of  moving our country forward. I particularly enjoy this quote…See More
Feb 18, 2013
Joe Williams commented on Allison Primack's blog post 'A Tale of Two Parties: Promoting Bipartisanship'
"It is my hope that more millennials can see our political leaders in action in similar settings, rather than the view typified by the media consisting of culled soundbite picked particularly to incite or further an agenda.  During my year in DC…"
Feb 11, 2013
A blog post by Allison Primack was featured

A Tale of Two Parties: Promoting Bipartisanship

Last week my friend at YGL Cara Ann Bumgardner wrote a blog about an awesome POLITICO event she attended that inspired her. She doesn't have a GovLoop account, but wanted to share her experience: "One of my favorite DC pastimes is going to events--especially of the political persuasion. Washington is teeming with opportunities to not only network with fellow young government leaders, but also observe…See More
Feb 8, 2013
Allison Primack posted a blog post

A Tale of Two Parties: Promoting Bipartisanship

Last week my friend at YGL Cara Ann Bumgardner wrote a blog about an awesome POLITICO event she attended that inspired her. She doesn't have a GovLoop account, but wanted to share her experience: "One of my favorite DC pastimes is going to events--especially of the political persuasion. Washington is teeming with opportunities to not only network with fellow young government leaders, but also observe…See More
Feb 7, 2013
Terrence (Terry) Hill replied to Allison Primack's discussion 'How do you maintain a positive work-life balance?'
"Worklife is more than just telework and hobbies/clubs, but good survey.  Please share the results. "
Feb 5, 2013

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The George Washington University
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Aug 2011 - Dec 2012

University of California, San Diego
Eleanor Roosevelt College
BA Communication Cum Laude with Distinction; Political Science, History
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At 3:43pm on January 27, 2012, Emily Landsman said…

Glad to see more TSPPPA folk here!

~emily

At 10:05am on January 12, 2012, Corey McCarren said…

Haha thanks a lot! I was shown that the other day and was really happy about it. The title Social Media Specialist is good too. I hate the titles like "Social Media Ninja" and "Social Media Guru", drives me crazy. Are you full time or part time?

At 4:47pm on January 11, 2012, Corey McCarren said…

Thanks a lot! I'm looking forward to meeting you as well. I didn't realize there was another graduate fellow here!

At 10:01am on January 9, 2012, Ioanis Korovesis said…

thank you Allison much appreciate your contact

At 3:06pm on November 9, 2011, Amber Rackliffe said…

Haha wow that took me too long to even find out how to leave you a comment.  This site looks awesome though- I'll be poking around :) Trying to figure out how to use twitter too haha. We seriously need to catch up!

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A Tale of Two Parties: Promoting Bipartisanship

Posted on February 7, 2013 at 9:00pm 1 Comment

Last week my friend at YGL Cara Ann Bumgardner wrote a blog about an awesome POLITICO event she attended that inspired her. She doesn't have a GovLoop account, but wanted to share her experience: 

"One of my favorite DC pastimes is going to events--especially of the political persuasion. Washington is teeming with opportunities to not only network with fellow young…

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European Civil Servants Trying to Stay Relevant With Social Media

Posted on June 21, 2012 at 1:00pm 3 Comments

This morning, an article in The Guardian outlined some main points from the Digital Agenda Assembly in Brussels on how EU countries can achieve culture change in government, through the use of digital tools such as social media. 

British-born Robert Madelin, director general of the European Commission's directorate-general for information…

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How does your agency use customer service data?

Posted on June 21, 2012 at 11:00am 0 Comments

GovLoop Research Report: Re-Imagining Customer Service In Government



GovLoop is proud to announce our latest resource, The GovLoop Research Report: Re-Imagining Customer Service in Government. In this report, experts in the field provide best…
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Can a Government-wide Mentorship Program Really Work?

Posted on June 20, 2012 at 3:30pm 1 Comment

Last fall, GovLoop kicked off a first-of-its-kind type of government mentors program, where participants from different locations, agencies, and levels of government could come together and share experiences and expertise.







An article about this program was…
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