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Backpack-to-Briefcase (B2B) Presents: Careers in...Ingenuity & Innovation

Backpack-to-Briefcase (B2B) workshops present students with the opportunity to connect with successful and seasoned alumni to receive mentorship, learn and develop practical career skills, and to investigate traditional and not-so-traditional career paths.

Join us on February 5 for Careers in...Ingenuity & Innovation, featuring alumni panelists: 

  • Tuesday, Feb 04
    Professor David Hunt Discusses God and Free Will

    Philosophy professor David Hunt was recently featured in the public television program Closer t... More

  • Friday, Jan 31
    Alumnus Carlos Bailey Jr. Celebrates 100th

    Retired physician Carlos A. Bailey Jr. celebrated his 100th birthday on January 27. Bailey... More

  • Tuesday, Mar 04
    Studio Exec Tim Clott '70 Named Distinguished Alumni Speaker for March 2008

    Seasoned studio executive Tim Clott '70 will share stories and lessons learned throughout his career... More

  • Saturday, Mar 01
    City Council Candidates Debate at Whittier College

    Local politics will heat up the Shannon Center as the City of Whittier turns out for its first debat... More

  • Tuesday, Feb 26
    Martin Ortiz '48 Featured in the San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    At 88, Martin Ortiz '48, director emeritus of the Center of Mexican American Affairs at Whittier Col... More

  • Tuesday, Feb 26
    STEVE HARVEY's "Only in L.A."

    In his weekly column for the Los Angeles Times, Steve Harvey pondered on the outcome of an imagined... More

  • Monday, Feb 25
    "The Listening Array" Exhibit Opens at Greenleaf Gallery

    Greenleaf Gallery at Whittier College is pleased to present the upcoming exhibition by Megan and Mur... More

  • Sunday, Feb 10
    President Responds to NY Times Article, "Endowments Widen Higher Education Gap" (02.04.08)

    In a letter to the editor, President Sharon Herzberger makes the case that size of endowment does no... More

  • Sunday, Feb 10
    Professor's Work Featured in New-York Historical Society (N-YHS) "Books that Matter" Campaign

    Tigers, Rice, Silk and Silt: Environment and Economy in Late Imperial South China by Robert Marks, t... More

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