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    Question NAWCC DC Chapter 12

    I would like to be involved with NAWCC as a recent college grad working in DC. What would be the optimal pathway you guys recommend in getting involved/is this an active organization. I hope it will get me in touch with other watch enthusiasts and help me deepen my understanding of watches.

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    Re: NAWCC DC Chapter 12

    There are many ways to become involved with the NAWCC, either directly simply by joining, or through a local chapter in your area. The President and Secretary of the DC chapter are, respectively, Guy Pense and Joe Orens. They can be contacted via email by clicking on their names, and can help you find out more about their chapter and its activities.

    We have a pretty active website with schedules of our regional events, our local workshops, as well as our online webinars. You can join online HERE to gain access to our archived member materials (past magazine articles, exclusive research materials, video presentations, etc.). Our main website is at Welcome to the NAWCC!.

    The NAWCC has been around since 1943 and there are some pretty knowledgeable people involved with it. And of course, we're always looking for new members! :)

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    Re: NAWCC DC Chapter 12

    Quote Originally Posted by Smilyeet View Post
    I would like to be involved with NAWCC as a recent college grad working in DC. What would be the optimal pathway you guys recommend in getting involved/is this an active organization. I hope it will get me in touch with other watch enthusiasts and help me deepen my understanding of watches.
    Hi and welcome
    Great advice from Markus.
    But you need to post on these forums, then we can help you.
    Ask questions, seek advice, post pictures of watches.
    Always we respond

    Sincerely
    adam
    NEVER ARGUE WITH AN IDIOT. FIRST THEY WILL DRAG YOU DOWN TO THEIR LEVEL. THEN, THEY WILL BEAT YOU WITH EXPERIENCE.

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