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DLS Chooses Fisher House for our Annual Holiday Giving

What can be said about Fisher House that hasn’t been said before? This is easily one of the most respected charity organizations for veterans, with over 25 years of service helping veterans families or... Read More

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DLS Philanthropy Model: Our Plan for 2017

At DLS, we value the idea of giving back to our communities. Every year, we strive to put together events that benefit the DC Metro Area, whether it’s through volunteering our time, donating money to various charities, or participating in community events. In 2016, DLS employees were able to collect and dispose of litter along a 2-mile section of...


How do you write a curriculum if you don’t know the language?

When I tell someone I write language curriculum, their first question usually is, “How many languages do you speak?” When I tell them that, no, I don’t speak Pashto, Dari, Italian, Swahili, Russian, or any of the other languages I have worked on, they inevitably ask, “How do you write a curriculum if you don’t know the...


Thoughts on being a translator

 - French Translator, Dominique Ostrowski I have been a freelance translator for over 20 years and I was told when I started that it was standard to last 5 years due to the intensity of the job and the volatile nature of the global economy. For different reasons, not everybody is cut out for this job. Contrary to the common belief, just speaking a...


In The Community

Bright and early on Saturday, May 11, DLS employees, friends, and family gathered at the National Mall in support of the 23rd annual Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure in Washington, D.C. Upon their arrival, and the donning of bright pink t-shirts, the group became “Team DLS for the Cure” and proceeded to either walk or run a 5K, (1.3 mile) route that wrapped around D.C.’s Tidal Basin.


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