Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Wheaton College
Staff Council

Learning opportunities

  • Learn how to invest

    On Monday, April 14, a representative from TIAA-CREF will present a workshop on “Money at Work 1: Foundations of Investing” for Wheaton staff and faculty.  What's the formula for a better investing strategy? You plus knowledge. Elizabeth O’Boyle, our TIAA-CREF representative, will help us understand how to achieve our retirement goals. It doesn’t matter how old you are, […] More »
  • November Webinar from AllOne Health Resources

    These webinars might help enrich your family life. More »
  • Fall Tree Walk

    Have you ever noticed the beautiful trees on our campus? We will schedule a guided tour this fall, on a Wednesday to be determined. We want to know who's interested. More »
  • Judy Barrrett Litoff

    One Woman's War in China Lecture

    Don't miss this presentation examining the challenges and opportunities encountered by an American Red Cross Club Director during World War II. Sponsored by the Norton Institute for Continuing Education (NICE). More »
  • MMAS

    Scholarship Opportunity

    The Mansfield Music and Art Society has announced an exciting scholarship opportunity! More »
  • Wheaton FiberSpace

    Wheaton's new FiberSpace

    Learn about the college's new FiberSpace and upcoming events. More »
  • United Regional Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Opportunity

    Applications are now being accepted for The United Regional Chamber of Commerce's college scholarships. More »
  • Mystery photo Spring 2013

    Staff Council photo challenge

    Recognize the picture? You could win the Staff Council photo challenge. More »
  • Negotiation Skills Workshops

    Learn important strategies, tactics and tips that will improve your negotiating skills in both your personal and professional life. Contact the HR Office by February 8, 2013 to sign up for this highly interactive workshop. More »
  • About Your Watershed

    Interested in out door recreational activities? Learn more about your local watershed association here. More »