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 explore stories of traditional and not-so-traditional career paths. Discussions at each workshop center around diverse career options and paths in a variety of professional fields, and broach topics such as:
All Whittier College students and faculty are encouraged to submit nominations for the 2015 Harry W. Nerhood Teaching Excellence Award.
Galust Mardirussian, LACC emeritus, Linguistics, will lead a discussion about Andrew Feeberg and Jim Freedman’s book, When Poetry Ruled the Streets: The French May Events of 1968.
Book is available on reserve at Wardman Library.
Whittier College is pleased to present the exhibit Storytelling by Ihrie Means.
“This exhibit is arranged to give an unedited, non-glorified look at the process of putting together a graphic novel. By bringing my studio into the gallery space visitors will get the chance to see what goes into the making of two very different genres of graphic narrative," said Means.
After the President's Dinner seniors are encouraged to make their way to Setá in Uptown Whittier for a night of fun and dancing! This event is open only to students whom have participated in the Senior Class Gift Campaign — if they haven't given yet, graduates are able to do so at the Senior Week events or anytime online. Make sure to visit: www.whittier.edu/seniors for more information on the campaign.
The Baccalaureate Ceremony is an opportunity for graduates, faculty, and families to gather together and express gratitude for the Whittier College experience. The Baccalaureate Ceremony is a bookend to the President's Convocation that students attended at the beginning of their collegiate experience, graduates will participate in the Light of Learning Ceremony.
The Latino Graduates Celebration is a bilingual ceremony sponsored by the Ortiz Programs, the Latino student associations on campus, and ASWC Senate to celebrate the academic success and achievement of Whittier students. A reception will immediately follow the ceremony. For more info contact Luz Maria Galbreath at the Cultural Center.
This event is for all seniors who wish to be acknowledged for their academic success and contributions to promoting diversity at Whittier College through involvement and leadership within Minority Caucus and Interfaith Programs. Please contact Joy Hoffman if you have questions or plan to participate. Please provide your name, major/minor, and which organization(s) you represent. Sponsored by the Cultural Center, Minority Caucus, and Interfaith Programs
Hairspray, the Musical will be coming to the Whittier College stage March 5-8 at 8 p.m. and March 9 at 2 p.m. in the Robinson Theatre of the Ruth B. Shannon Center of the Performing Arts, 6760 Painter Ave., Whittier, CA 90608.
General Admission $15; Students/Seniors $9.
For additional information, directions, or to purchase tickets, call (562) 907-4203 or visit www.shannoncenter.org.