The Story of Willamette University Switchboard

Founded on March 17, 2014

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I am James Lippincott. I started Willamette University Switchboard so that Bearcats could help each other out.

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Since the Dawn of Willamette University Switchboard We've had the pleasure of seeing

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1,425 asks and offers
2,439 connections

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by Rebecca on Sep 27, 2017

Dog walker needed

Spartacus aka "Sparky" would like a high energy pal to be dragged behind him on his leash as he takes spirited midday walks throughout his South Salem neighborhood. Sparky is 23 pounds of pure love who shows his affection with cuddles and licks. He is smart and understands some basic commands when he feels like it. He joined our family a few weeks ago as a rescue and the vet thinks he is a  Beagle mix. You will need to get yourself to our house (we are about 15 minutes south of campus) and we will pay $10/walk. We would like to start with someone who can help us two or three times per week, and ideally between the hours of noon and 2 p.m. Sparky thanks you for your consideration and hopes you will be interested in exploring the world with him. 

by Anthony on Sep 26, 2017

Room for rent

Room for rent in SE Salem. Huge house with 3 other roommates, 2 are Willamette students and 1 is a Chemeketa student. Great neighborhood, big yard, and 4200 square feet home. Rent comes out to about $650 after utilities.

by Lexi on Sep 25, 2017

Lexi '17 seeking job / internship in the Seattle area

I graduated this last May and have been having trouble locating a job at a non-profit in the Seattle area. I would greatly appreciate any contacts or openings in a non-profit company in Seattle, especially ones that have an international sector. Thanks all! -Lexi 

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