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Career Center-Events and Job Postings

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 • Career Center has college visits scheduled:
2 - College of Idaho, 10:18-10:48 (Flex)
4 - Whitworth University, 11:45
24 - UW Bothell, 8:30-9:15

25 - Central Washington University, 10:15-11:45
26 – PLU, 8:30am - 9:30am

1 - Gonzaga 8:15-9am (1st and 2nd period)
7 - UPS,
2nd period
- Willamette, 5th period 







Career Center-Volunteer Opportunities

In order to graduate, every senior needs to have 10 hours of Community Service/Volunteering for every year they attend Wa-Hi. That means that most seniors need 40 hours of community service upon graduation.

Learn more about volunteering at Wa-Hi! Here's a helpful slideshow (view here)

Volunteer Documentation Forms are always available in the College & Career Center inside the library.

NEW Volunteer Opportunities:

  •  The Childrens Museum of Walla Walla is looking for volunteers for their Fall Festival October 20, 10-3. Email director@cmww.orgif you're interested!
     The Career Center is looking for volunteers October 18 and 19 for the Career and College Fair. Sign up at bit.ly/2E7hCaq
     Prospect Point is looking for some Wa-HI students to help with their afterschool homework club Tuesdays and Thursdays 3-4pm. If you want to do this and get volunteer hours, please email or find Ms Curles in the Career Center (kcurles@wwps.org) for more information..

Click here - United Way of Walla Walla Link to Volunteer Opportunities



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