Ashley Lynn Aceves '07
Southern California Edison
Major: Business Administration with a concentration in Finance
Activities: Alpha Pi Delta (Business Honor Society)
Andrew Keh `10
Research & Development
Major: International Business
Attending panel discussions with heady titles such as “New Realities of 21st Century Leadership,” “Lessons Learned from a Social Entrepreneur,” and “The Link Between Inclusiveness and Innovation,” a trio of Whittier business majors emerged from a Los Angeles symposium with a wealth of strategic knowledge about the workforce they plan to enter—and lead—post-graduation.
Monday, Nov 25Whittier College Hosts Southern California Conferences For Undergraduate Research
Whittier College welcomed more than 1,100 scholars from colleges and universities from throughout th... More
Whittier's annual Late Night Breakfast will be held on December 9 from 9:00p.m.-11:00 p.m. at the Campus Inn. Don't head into finals week with an empty stomach. Pull up a chair and let the College's faculty and staff serve you up something delicious.
Event is open to current Whittier College students.
No classes are held on Reading Day to help students rest and prepare for Finals Week.
The Department of Business Administration will host a screening of Money for Nothing, a feature-length documentary about the Federal Reserve and its impact on society and the economy.
Money for Nothing was directed by a team of AFI, Sundance, and Academy Award winners, and is narrated by Liev Schreiber.
A panel discussion will take place after the screening.
Saturday, Sep 14Whittier Professor Comments on Minimum Wage Increase
California legislators recently approved a bill that will raise the minimum wage from $8 to $10 by 2... More
Now in its ninth year, Whittier's College and Community Expo, organized by the Center for Engagement with Communities, recognizes the hundreds of hours of service provided by students to local community agencies. Visitors have the opportunity to learn more about projects via a student panel and poster presentations.
To learn more, contact the Center for Engagement with Communities at email@example.com.