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Monthly Archive for December, 2012

A  Cardinal Internship may be just the thing!   Cardinal Internships are a growing list of opportunities provided by Wesleyan alumni or parents that leverage your Wes connection. Cardinal Internships are listed on the MyCC landing page as a One-Click. Make note of the application deadlines; January is coming fast! You can search by App Deadline […]

Members of the Class of 2014: You’ve packed up and finished up another semester.  As you head home or wherever your travels take you this winter break, please take some time to reflect on the time you will have left at Wesleyan.  What can you do differently to ensure a more productive spring semester? Have […]

Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship is now accepting applications for their seed grant. Both students and alumni are welcome to apply. This is a wonderful opportunity for socially-minded groups on campus and off to gain the financial support necessary for operation. Proposal Application Materials Can Be Found at www.wesleyan.edu/patricelli/grants.html Proposal due date: Monday, January 28, […]

Join Wesconnect Now!

Here are the major points to share:   Wesconnect is the alumni website, which provides news, events and tools for connecting with Wesleyan alumni.   As future alumni, Wesconnect provides the opportunity to begin participating in the alumni community through networking via the directory, event attendance, and checking out news and videos about Wes alumni. […]

The Peter Morgenstern-Clarren ’03 Social Justice Award was created in memory of Peter Morgenstern-Clarren who pursued social justice while a student at Wesleyan.  His activism included securing benefits for Wesleyan custodial staff, participating in the United Student and Labor Action Committee, and contributing his leadership to the campus chapter of Amnesty International.  We are grateful […]

The Wesleyan American Medical Student Association organizing a Bone Marrow Registry Drive this Friday, Dec 7th at Usdan from 11-4 to find a match for Jon, a 21-yr old who has been diagnosed with aplastic anemia. Participating will only takes a few minutes so please stop by to potentially save a life.” Thanks, Members of […]