Category Archives: From the Dean

LSAT Prep Courses

Kaplan Test Prep is offering an LSAT preparation course on W&L’s campus. They are offering W&L students a 15% discount (discount price is $1,189). The course includes ten four-hour classes which will take place Sunday afternoons starting March 1. Kaplan’s program includes additional online resources and recorded class presentations in [...]

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Weather Preparedness

You may face some significant travel challenges from the weather in the next couple of days. Please be careful and don’t attempt to travel in unsafe conditions.

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RESUMANIA IS HERE!

This program will be an NCAA March Madness themed competition for the best resume. The competition is open to all students, with one bracket for first years and another for upperclassmen. Resumes will be judged based on format/organization, use of language, presentation, and content. Submit by 11:59 on March 1st [...]

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Drop In Hours for Winter Term

Need a quick resume review? Help with your cover letter? Questions about LexLink? Stop by and see a Career Educator during the times listed below – no appointment necessary!
In Career Development, Commons 301
Tuesdays
8:30am-10:30am
2:30-5:00pm
Thursdays
2:30-5:00pm
Fridays
12:30pm-4:30pm

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Juniors: Apply now for the Barber Scholarship Award (deadline February 20, 2015)

The G. Holbrook Barber Scholarship Award will honor a rising senior (Class of 2016) who manifests superior qualities of helpfulness and friendliness to fellow students, public spirit, scholarship, and personal character. The fund was established in 1977 by Mrs. Elizabeth Cross Barber and her son, G. Holbrook Barber Jr., in [...]

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Student Summer Independent Research Grant: Deadline February 27, 2015

Calling all of Class of 2016!  Apply NOW for a Student Summer Independent Research (SSIR) grant for the Summer of 2015.  The SSIR grant will support the research of a rising senior for up to 10 weeks of off-campus mentored work with a faculty member. No credit will be provided [...]

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“It’s a Major Decision: Declaring Your Major”

“It’s a Major Decision: Declaring Your Major”
February 5, 2015 from 6:00-7:00pm (Stackhouse Theater)                               Hosted by Dean Schneider, Associate Provost Marc Conner, Career Development, and the University Registrar.
Even if you have decided what to major in [...]

Posted in Sophomore Class, Uncategorized
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Coming Soon in February!

“It’s a Major Decision: Declaring Your Major”
February 5, 2015 from 6:00-7:00pm (Stackhouse Theater)                               Hosted by Dean Schneider, Associate Provost Marc Conner, Career Development, and the University Registrar.
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Events hosted by Career Development
Moondance Adventures Information Table
February 3, [...]

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Decade Award: Nominate a member from the Class of 2017

The Decade Award promotes awareness of the contributions coeducation has made to the Washington and Lee community at-large. The award will be given to a rising junior (Class of 2017) who has shown involvement and leadership within the W&L academic and extracurricular communities and who has furthered discussions of women’s [...]

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New Internship Datatbase: INTERNect

A message from senior student, Alee Johnson:
Dear Generals,
I think we all can agree that while we have one of the most fantastic networks for the job market with our alumni, Colonnade Connections, and Career Development, starting the internship and job search still remains pretty daunting. I know that I personally [...]

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