Psychology Alumnae/i Panel

The Wheaton Psychology Department and Filene Center's Career Services will co-host a panel discussion with seven alumnae/i psychology majors on Tuesday, October 17, from 6–8 p.m., in Mary Lyon's Woolley Room. Alumnae/i will speak about their post-graduate education and career development. All members of the Wheaton community are welcome to attend. Pizza will be served. […]

Junior Summer Stipend Information Session

Filene Center Norton

Learn more about the Junior Summer Stipend Program and the resources available to help you meet the career milestones, find a summer experience and access your $3,000 stipend. Attendance at one of these sessions is a requirement for accessing the stipend.

Junior Summer Stipend Program Information Session

Filene Center Norton

Learn more about the Junior Summer Stipend Program and the resources available to help you meet the career milestones, find a summer experience and access your $3000 stipend.   Attendance at one of these sessions is a requirement for accessing the stipend.

Junior Summer Stipend Information Session

Filene Center Norton

Learn more about the Junior Summer Stipend Program and the resources available to help you meet the career milestones, find a summer experience and access your $3000 stipend. Attendance at one of these sessions is a requirement for accessing the stipend.

Junior Summer Stipend Information Session

Filene Center Norton

Learn more about the Junior Summer Stipend Program and the resources available to help you meet the career milestones, find a summer experience and access your $3000 stipend. Attendance at one of these sessions is a requirement for accessing the stipend.

Richard Neal ’14 — the software life @microsoft.com

Computer Science major Richard Neal (2014), software engineer at Microsoft, talks of life post-Wheaton and life in the high-tech fast lane. Richard will discuss topics such as What do you do during the day?, What are challenges for a large company like Microsoft?, What software tools do you use?, and If he was an undergraduate […]

Projects for Peace Information Session

Discovery Center - B246

Projects for Peace: In its twelfth year, the Projects for Peace program is an invitation to undergraduates to design grassroots projects that they will implement during the summer of 2019. The projects judged to be the most promising and feasible will be funded at $10,000 each. The objective is to encourage and support today's motivated […]

Negotiating for Future Career Success

Watson Fine Arts - Ellison Lecture Hall Norton, MA

We negotiate everyday - with faculty, roommates, and family. But negotiating with a stranger, an internship supervisor or a future boss is not so easy and could have long-term consequences. […]