Want to get involved on campus? Help out the Career Center!
The Career Development Center is planning the following events and your help can make them a success:
Networking – Friday, September 25 from 4 to 5 p.m.
How Athletics can help you with your career. Scheduled for February 2016.
Etiquette Dinner – help students understand the basics of dining Etiquette. Scheduled March 2016
Participate in or present an on-campus workshop. To learn more, contact email@example.com
Bending Sticks - Artist Patrick Dougherty will spearhead a collaborative community project to build a major work of art on the campus of Wilson College in October of 2015. This event will be a month-long installation and will involve numerous volunteers from the region. Look for more information about Mr. Dougherty in the coming months, but for now, check out his website to learn more about him and his work. http://www.stickwork.net/
From Linda Boeckman:
As the new Director of Career
Development I welcome you to be a part of the office. I am here to assist our students move into
their next step in life, following their career path. There are many ways you
can join the team.
- Allow a student to serve
as intern or job shadow you
- Give a campus
- Help with mock interviews
- Refer employers to the
- Send job openings to the
- Provide information to
our students about areas where they might be thinking about moving
- Sponsor or assist in
finding funds for the Internship Gift program
- Sponsor or assist in
finding funds for career events on
campus such as etiquette dinners
I am also available to provide career guidance for alumnae/i
as well. I look forward to the
opportunity to meet and work with many of you.
Director, Career Development
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The Migrant Children Tutoring Program hosted by Wilson College is looking for tutors for the spring semester. Volunteer hours are 3:45—5 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday, in Warfield 09 and 10. For more information and to volunteer, contact Lynn Newman, associate professor of education, at email@example.com.
Check out the Aunt Sarah tab on this page to learn more about the Aunt Sarah program!
Want to help out at the Fulton Farm? If you are curious about what goes on at the farm, consider volunteering! Every week, volunteers are welcome to help on the farm anytime between the hours of 8 and 10 a.m. Mondays or 4 to 6 p.m. on Thursdays. Volunteers help with a variety of work in the field. No experience necessary…come learn! If you are interested or have questions please contact: Sarah Bay- F ulton Farm Manager, Sarah.firstname.lastname@example.org, 717-709-1995. If the scheduled volunteer hours do not fit into your schedule,but you are still interested in volunteering, please contact Sarah to work something out.