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.
2017 US Summer Whitman Internship Grant
First years, sophomores, and juniors (and seniors who will complete courses in December) can apply for the Summer Internship Grant, which provides funding for students to participate in unpaid summer internship experiences that last at least 10 weeks. Students are expected to work 20 hours/week and must have secured the internship prior to applying for funding. Application here. The first deadline is Friday, March 3rd, 2017.
Summer 2017 Internship in The Office for Civil Rights in the US Department of Education (Seattle, WA)
The SEC is honored to present this 10-week, $2500 stipend internship opportunity for students who have participated in Whitman Teaches the Movement OR have completed significant academic work related to civil rights. Learn more and download the application here.
Reserve a time to use our Interview Suite--a quiet, professional space for phone and Skype interviews--by filling out this form.
On-Campus Recruiting Sessions
280 Boyer Ave
Walla Walla, WA 99362