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  - Colleen

When is it Time to Move Up? Wednesday, April 1, 2015 12 -1 p.m. Willamette Portland Center in the Pearl District Presented by Peter Wallmark '68 Moving up in your career isn’t always about direction. It can be about adding depth and dimension to your current position. Is it time for you to move up? In this session you’ll learn about how to be more vigilant about the things that are significant and related to where you want to develop, and how to create a plan to prioritize your time, energy and actions to get you where you want to go. Respond to this post by Tuesday if you would like to join online.
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  - Colleen

Then join us for the next WUAA Online Networking Hour on Tuesday, March 31 from 4-5 PST. Register here: https://app.brazenconnect.com/events/willamette-networking-7 Event Details - If you’re a Bearcat working in business or for a nonprofit, join us for an online speed networking event designed just for you. We’ll have two networking “booths” to fit your career focus, and in just an hour’s time, you’ll make 8-10 new connections. The best part is that it’s fun and easy. No one can see you – the conversations are done by instant message, so you can participate from your office, the coffee shop or home. Benefit from the collective wisdom of fellow Bearcats and grow your professional network. How it Works: Alumni from all over the world will login in at the same time and be matched with each other for eight-minute instant-message chats. Why Participate? You’ll be helping fellow Bearcats while growing your own professional network.
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  - Bryan '15

Hi all, I am traveling down to Southern California and I need a ride from the Burbank Airport to Claremont McKenna College, where my younger brother goes to school. I was wondering if any alumni or current students would be able to provide transportation this upcoming Thursday at 9 am. I will provide gas money, a wonderful meal, and a great conversation.
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  - Megan '17

Hi friends,I'll be taking classes in Portland this summer and am looking for a part-time job to help with housing costs! My work experience has been volunteer only, so an entry-level or "no-experience necessary" position would be best.  I'm punctual, organized, level-headed, and would be happy to learn any skills necessary if an employer is open to job training. Additional: I am currently working on a double major in Spanish and Civic Communication and Media at Willamette, and my volunteer experience is three years' work at a summer day camp with children ages 5-12. 
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  - Benny '14

My company is liquidating several square 17" LCD monitors for $10 each. These are sold as-is and have been carefully examined by me. These include some monitors with light scratches and/or a dead pixel here and there. Each monitor comes with a power cable and VGA cable.If you are interested in obtaining a 2nd monitor or a monitor for the kids room, this is a cheap, economical, and Willamette way to utilize some older technology. In addition, you will be helping a non-profit that supports people with disabilities.
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  - Brooke '15

I am seeking any career advice or connections, as I will be graduating in May. I'm on Spring Break in the Bay Area and would love to connect with anyone in the Communications field (Marketing, PR, etc) in both the corporate and non-profit sector. I would like to learn about your career path and how Willamette has helped you. I am happy to meet in the Bay Area but I am also available by phone and email. Feel free to connect with me through Linkedin too! My email is: bcoutre@willamette.edu
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  - Sam '18

Hello, I was wondering if anyone in the coming days will be driving down from Willamette to Seal Rock or Newport, preferably on Monday. If so, please let me know. I'd be anxious to help out with gas money and provide stimulating conversation. Thanks, Sam
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  - Meghan '18

Hello, About two weeks ago I lost my coat and I was just wondering if anyone has seen it. It is a grey wool coat that somewhat fans out with a zipper going up the front and it has a large hood. It should be either a small or medium size.
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  - Bev

Must have Federal Work Study- if you don't know if you have work study please contact the Financial Aid Office.General office/clerical duties. The vast majority of the work is entering data into various online databases. Work is done in a professional office setting. Stocking office supplies including a coffee station. Light cleaning of coffee area and office spaces. Ideal candidate will be able to work part time during the school year and full time during summer and winter breaks. Occasional creative projects such as designing displays and bulletin boards. Attendance (staffing check in table, taking photos, making name tags) at occasional professional social events here in the law school. Job is open until filled and may close before the posted deadline.For more info email Bev Ecklund becklund@willamette.edu
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  - Erika '16

Hello all! I am in need of a bike to get me to and from school. It doesn't have to be fancy at all. If anyone is looking to give away or sell a working bike, I would be very interested!
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  - Matt '02

My firm is seeking highly motivated, entrepreneurial individuals with good communication skills to take part in our summer internship and/or looking for a full time career.  If you have an interest in sales, finance, marketing or just want to be your own boss and are seeking an opportunity for unlimited growth and income potential, this is the right opportunity for you.  We are seeking candidates for both the Salem and Portland areas and have offices around the country if you are looking to live elsewhere - we are happy to connect you to the local office.   For more information about the opportunity, please call Matt at 503-798-9262 or email matt.benjamin@nm.com 
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  - Salina '17

Hello people of Willamette!! I am in need of a ride down to California for Spring Break, and was wondering if anybody would be willing to let me tag along with them? I need to get within a 4 hour drive of San Luis Obispo, my dad can pick me up from there. I luckily have a way back here at the end of break, I just need to find a way down. Please let me know!! <3
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  - Aria

Hey Bearcats,The Willamette Switchboard turns one this month! We can hardly believe it. We'll be celebrating your Switchboard birthday (and a couple of others) at our new office space in the renovated Washington High Building at the end of the month. Come celebrate with us! We'll be gathering on Thursday, March 26th from 5-8pm. Come by, meet your fellow-Switchboarders, hangout in a renovated high school, and enjoy some drink and good cheer.See our event page for more info - RSVPs appreciated! We're looking forward to seeing you! Love, Mara, Sean & Team Switchboard 
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  - Joseph '15

Hello, My name is Joseph Jackson and will be graduating this coming May '15. I was wondering if any alumni would have any connections or information as to jobs working with youth in the Dallas/Ft Worth area. I have worked with youth in areas such as coaching basketball, volunteering at a science museum, interning in a elementary classroom, and organizing programs as well as service learning trips. I appreciate your time.
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  - Rob

Made you look right? Join Jerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben & Jerry's on March 18th at 7:30 p.m. for the Atkinson Lecture Series. Jerry will present, "An Evening of Entrepreneurial Spirit, Social Responsibility and Radical Business Philosophy." Yes, there will be a limited supply of ice cream bars available. Get there early! Learn more: www.willamette.edu/go/jerry
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  - Alexa '16

Hi everyone, I am looking for one or two roommates to live with next year.  I currently live in an apartment in West Salem and love the location but my roommate is moving at the end of this semester, so I will need someone new to live with.  Let me know if you are interested :)  Thanks!
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  - Aimee

Are you interested in pursuing a graduate degree? With over 11 years of experience in graduate admissions, I'm happy to be a resource. I can help you navigate your way through the application process, give you tips for preparing for the required admission test and preparing your other application documents to be competitive for admission and scholarship consideration.
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  - LettaJoe '16

I am in the MBA program and  accepted a summer internship in Portland near Lloyd Center. I am looking for a room/apartment to rent in Downtown or East Portland for the summer and potentially into the next school year depending if I can find a fall internship. Clean/Non-smoker/will respect propertyWould really appreciate any recommendations! Or if anyone is in the same situation, maybe we can all rent a multiple bedroom place and split rent. 
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  - Morgan '13

Hi all, I'm on the hunt for a studio/1bedroom for myself. I'm a clean, quiet, respectful gal who works full time and likes to adventure on the weekends. I would prefer to live on the east side, north of Powell, west of 82nd, and south of 84. But thats flexible. If anyone knows of an alum/professor who has an extra unit that would be wonderful!  We are non smokers, love to garden, and love animals. Thanks!!