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Emerging Leaders Workshop Series Begins

Learn your leadership styles and how to implement it into your role as students and upcoming leaders.

The Emerging Leaders Workshop Series is designed to introduce students to leadership styles and skill while learning how to incorporate them into their roles as students and upcoming leaders in their clubs and organizations.

At then end of the series, participants that have attended all workshops receive a certificate and have the series added to their co-curricular transcripts.

Enroll by October 1

20th Annual Helping Hands Day

Helping Hands Day is Whittier College's community service day.  Hundreds of students, staff and faculty will be assigned community service opportunities around Whittier and surrounding areas.

Sign up for a site and join your fellow Poets in providing service to those in need.

This form will allow you to request which site you would like to attend for the 20th Helping Hands Day occurring on Saturday, September 27th between 7:15am - 12:15pm.

"Addressing Sexual Violence on Campus: Beginning the Dialogue" by Laura Dunn, J.D.

This interactive presentation facilitated by Laura Dunn, J.D, a nationally recognized campus sexual violence survivor and activist, will provide an overview of research on sexual assault victimization and perpetration on college campuses. The presentation includes a discussion of how to move towards the development of best practices on campus to both prevent and respond to instances of campus sexual violence. Dunn has been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, the National Law Journal, MSNBC, Al Jazeera America, and TIME Magazine, among others.

Refreshments will be provided.

Resume Quick Review

Join us for a fast and easy way to enhance your resume for a competitive edge.

Resume Quick Review

Join us for a fast and easy way to enhance your resume for a competitive edge.

Screening: The Internet's Own Boy

Join us for a special Open Access Week viewing of The Internet's Own Boy, which follows the inspiring and tragic story of information activist and Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz. Swartz was indicted by federal prosecutors for alleged felony computer crimes for downloading JSTOR articles in an attempt to make them public. Panel and Q&A to follow.