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.
~ Etiquette Dinner – help students understand the basics of dining Etiquette.
You may decide to give to the Internship Gift Program - a restricted fund of the AAWC or participate in an on-campus workshop. Perhaps you would like to be a contact for job shadowing or internship/employment connections. We welcome your expertise and assistance in making career connections for our current students. The Alumnae/i Relations Office is working closely to build these opportunities with the Career Development Center. We need your help.
Contact ARoffice@wilson.edu or Linda A. Boeckman, Director Career Development, at email@example.com
Making Wilson Career Connections
Helping students prepare for life after Wilson
Volunteer at the Hankey Center and Boyd Archives
Join the staff and other alumnae volunteers for a walk down memory lane. Volunteers are needed to help with scanning photographs and documents, transcription of hand-written letters, and other basic archival processing tasks. General hours are M – F 9:00 – 4:00 pm. Contact Kiri McGhee at Kieran.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Volunteer with Athletics
For up-to-date infomation on scheduled games please visit the athletics calendar by clicking here and come cheer on your favorite Wilson team! Athletics invites you to come volunteer with opportunities such as, but not limited to, handing out game programs, shooting video, taking pictures, and more. If interested please contact Jeremy Shepherd at email@example.com
Looking for Ten Tones
We are excited to announce the start of an A Cappella Club that will carry on the tradition begun by the illustrious Ten Tones! A Cappella at Wilson: The first meeting of the A Cappella Club at Wilson College took place September 2nd. Wilson a cappella enthusiasts heard from former Ten Tone Judy Kreutz Young '63, listened to some Ten Tones' recordings, and started working on an a cappella version of "Say Something" by A Great Big World, as inspired by The Pentatonix. We even tried out our harmonies in the stairwell of Thomson Hall! Please contact ARoffice@wilson.edu and make sure we have you listed as past participant. We would like to reconnect and keep you in the music loop. Stay tuned for more music news in future magazines and monthly e-news.
Lisa Turchi, choir director firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer Opportunity: Learning Campus K-5 Tutoring Program
Lend a hand to the younger generation – become a tutor! The After school tutoring program at Wilson College needs your help. Tutoring is set to begin in the spring semester, volunteers needed. Currently the program is busy preparing classrooms and activities. An activities day is planned for the kids and volunteers this fall on October 29th from 10-3pm.
To learn more about the program and/or volunteer please contact:
Jamie Burnett, AmeriCorps VISTA Learning Campus, Wilson College, 717-264-4141, ext. 3244, 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! Volunteers help with a variety of work in the field. No experience necessary…come learn! If you are interested or have questions please contact:
Chris Mayer, Director, 264-4141 x 3247 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
At Wilson College, alumnae/i have the unique opportunity to adopt a new relative by participating in the Aunt Sarah Program, named in honor of our namesake Sarah Wilson. Alumnae/i volunteer as “Aunts” and students sign up to be “nieces or nephews.” An Aunt Sarah will be in contact with their niece/nephew each month through a letter/email or an occasional package to brighten the student trips to the mailbox and to provide encouragement. The program builds bonds between former and current students. Some of the pairings last a semester, some through commencement and others, a lifetime. For decades students have enjoyed developing a relationship with their Aunt Sarah, hearing and sharing Wilson stories/traditions, as well as, career and other personal life adventures. For alumnae/i, it is an opportunity to remain connected to campus life and give back in a personal way. Traditionally, Aunt Sarah was a secret connection with hints and clues to discover identities. However, over the years with new technology, many decide to email, text, Facetime, Skype or even meet face to face for ongoing interaction. A secret connection is still possible with letters or packages going back and forth utilizing staff in the Alumnae House. We hope this is the beginning of a special connection to those with shared life journeys at Wilson College!
Marybeth “Mb” Famulare, Director of Alumnae/i Relations
Cynthia Fink Barber ’73, Volunteer Coordinator
Did you know....
I keep a small "stash" of small gifts or gift cards which allows me to be responsive if I learn of a student who is having a rough time or even deserves a congrats of some kind. Faculty or staff give me a heads up on occasion and with your help, I fill a need. If being paired is too much a commitment or you would like to just do something extra. I accept goodies on behalf of my private stash ... I sign from Aunt Sarah. Thank you. -Mb
Click this link, Aunt Sarah Guidlines, to review newly drafted guidelines regarding the Aunt Sarah Program - based on the questions from the last two years.
If you are a returning AUNT and have not yet indicated if you are remaining in the program and which student(s) you are keeping, please email Marybeth Famulare, Director of Alumnae/i Relations, at email@example.com If you prefer not to continue at this time, that is important for me to know as well.
Interested in giving a Wilson Bookstore gift certificate?
Go to http://bookstore.wilson.edu/; gift certificates can be found in the products section under miscellaneous. If you would like the gift certificate given to a current student and put in their mailbox on campus, please mark "in store pick-up" and indicate the student's name in the special instructions section.