A scholarship program for undergraduate students who identify as Black, Hispanic, Native American, LGBT, or disabled and have demonstrated leadership in creating and sustaining diverse, inclusive communities. Win a merit award of $12,500 and gain hands-on experience with a paid BlackRock internship.
Washington and Lee's Career Development office complements the educational experience of students by providing the guidance and resources needed to develop and implement their academic and career plans. We provide a supportive environment encouraging individual responsibility, creativity, open-mindedness, and integrity. Our comprehensive services emphasize collaborative relationships with employers, alumni, faculty, peer institutions and the Washington and Lee University community.
The Selective Liberal Arts Consortium (SLAC) will be hosting its annual Winter Recruiting Day in DC on Friday, January 8. Dozens of employers in a variety of fields will be present to interview students. SLAC programs are a great opportunity to gain access to employers who may not currently be in LexLink.
Members of the Williams School Young Alumni Council will be on campus meeting with students on the afternoon of Friday, October 23th. Apply on W&L LexLink (JOB ID: 3183) by October 19th.
Kemper Scholar Information Session
Hillel Multipurpose Room, 8:00 PM
Marketing Your International Experience
Leyburn Library Room M47, 12:20 PM
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