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We connect Whitman students and alumni to the communities and experiences that help them cultivate their futures. Since 2010, we've helped members of the Whitman family volunteer, find internships, secure jobs, change careers, and chase the myriad dreams available to liberal arts students and graduates. Read our full story here.
Do you want to make Whitman a more just community? Get $2500 to fund an original project that promotes compassion this Spring!
Whitman students are invited to apply for the Ben Rabinowitz Student Driven Project, worth $2500, so you can bring your vision of a more compassionate community to fruition. The award's Endowment is given in honor of former Whitman College President, Tom Crtonin. The purpose is to help students with demonstrated leadership skills to implement new projects or learning opportunities that promote compassion in medicine or politics and also enrich the Whitman community. For more information or to learn more about past winning projects, please visit the webpage here.
Applications are now available for Summer 2019 Whitman Internship Grant applications
Interested in getting an unpaid internship, either in the United States or around the world, funded this summer? Applications for the Summer 2019 Whitman Internship Grant are now available and can be found under the Internships tab on the left hand sidebar. Questions? Schedule an appointment on Handshake with the Assistant Director for Internship Programs, Victoria Wolff.
Find thousands of jobs. Not sure where to begin? Handshake can help!
Search and apply for part-time jobs, internships, and full-time career opportunities using Handshake, a resource for students and alumni. Find positions on- and off-campus, as well as explore opportunities around the country or even world! Schedule a one-on-one appointment with a member of our professional staff on Handshake for assistance or guidance as you prepare for your life after Whitman.
Interested in a career in social justice? Get paid to intern with the Office of Civil Rights in Seattle this summer - Application now available!
Every year, two Whitman sophomore and/or junior year students are accepted to work at the Office of Civil Rights in Seattle. To qualify, students need to have significant interest and experience in the civil rights movement and/or have participated in Whitman Teaches The Movement. This 10-week summer internship requires the intern to work 30 hours in the OCR office per week. The intern(s) selected by OCR staff will need to complete a separate Whitman Internship Grant application and can receive a $3000 Educational Award, with the possibility of additional support for travel/accommodations if needed. Applicants need to be eligible to work in the U.S.
Wondering how your liberal arts degree will transition into a future career? Our Four Phase Plan can help as you start planning your next steps
Designed to help guide your career and professional development over your four years at Whitman, this plan will help you naviagate the resources provided by the Student Engagement Center no matter where you are in the process. Whether you're a first year already looking for an internship or a senior who hasn't had a resume review since high school, there is no time like the present to discover the resources available to you.
SEC Interview Suite
The Student Engagement Center includes a space dedicated to phone & video interviews. Students can reserve this quiet, distraction-free room for free. To schedule a time in our Interview Suite in Reid 219, fill out this form.