Do you know a congressional staffer under 30, or in the case of Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.), 29, a member, who really stands out?
Then consider nominating him or her for a national "Power 30 Under 30" award.
Already a popular honor in cities across the country, the awards, produced by the Apex Society, are doing an inaugural run in Washington this fall.
Categories for awards are 1) Arts, Entertainment, and Media; 2) Business; 3) Community Service; 4) Politics; and 5) Sports.
Winners get a party, profiles online, and of course, an impressive resume line-item.
The nominations for D.C. are due September 30. Click here for more info.