December 2014 Newsletter

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December Newsletter
Distributed via iEngage

This newsletter is archived on the SEC Blog.


Whitties Helping Whitties! – Networking events in a city near you!


(Students and alumni and at a Whitties Helping Whitties event in Seattle)

The Student Engagement Center and Alumni Office are hosting a series of Whitties Helping Whitties events coming up in January! These events will be a great opportunity to meet fellow Whitman students, alumni, parents, and even job recruiters. If you will be in or near Seattle, Portland, San Francisco or Bellevue between January 5th and 8th you should read more about the events here!

Wondering What to Do over Winter Break?

Check out our new series – Career Tips and Festive Sips!

Career Tips and Festive Sips

Bookmark this page to for lots more great recipes and career tips over Winter Break.


A Great Mentor Program Event!

Mentor Program

The Mentor Program hosted another outreach program for mentees, their families and Whitman Mentors. For more photos of this event, or of the many other programs and events through the Student Engagement Center, check out our new flickr account!

Read About Amazing Holiday Community Service in Walla Walla

By Audrey Kelly ’15 Excerpt republished with permission

Adopting a family sounds like a difficult task, but it doesn’t take much to provide a family with a more cheerful holiday season.

Abby Juhasz, the community service coordinator in the Student Engagement Center, facilitates the Adopt-a-Family program every winter. Whitman students, faculty and staff can group together (like the Biology department, the Admissions Office, and Marcus House) to “adopt” a family. Groups donate funds necessary to ensure that their family has enough food, necessities and small gifts to make their holidays special.

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