Career Center Construction to Begin This Spring

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Northern side of proposed Career Center at night. Photo source: The Source of Lewis & Clark College

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Roof patio for proposed Career Center on northern end of Templeton Campus Center. Photo source: The Source of Lewis & Clark College

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View of proposed Career Center’s eastern side. Photo source: The Source of Lewis & Clark College

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A new space for Lewis & Clark’s Career Development Center was one of the capital projects in the budget approved by the Board of Trustees on February 20. The to-be-constructed space will be built as an extension on the north end of Templeton Campus Center.

Construction of the center will begin before the end of the spring semester and finish in August, ready for occupancy in the 2015-16 academic year. The area in Albany Quadrangle currently occupied by the Career Development Center will become offices for Academic Advising.

The approximately 1,500-square-foot space will be built upon what is currently a patio outside the Trail Room and Bookstore. A roof deck, including a bioswale, will be constructed on top of the new center. The construction will also include other green features such as an earth tube for geothermal energy.

In addition to its highly visible new location, the office will gain a new, simplified name: the Career Center. But its mission will remain the same: to help students discover their goals and interests, connect to opportunities in the community that enrich their academic experience, and prepare for successful lives beyond Lewis & Clark.

The Career Center offers programs and services to students beginning with New Student Orientation and continuing through graduation and beyond. These services include workshops, visits to employers, networking events, and individual counseling.


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The Weekly Bark – Feb. 11, 2015

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50th International Fair

The International Student of Lewis and Clark (ISLC) would like to invite you to participate to this year International Fair 50th Anniversary. We are in need of volunteers who could help for a specific region (dance, performance, cooking) or for the fair in general. If you have any questions or want to sign up, please contact Mariane at mdiaw@lclark.edu

Valentine Sweets & Treats

Valentine treats are available at both Maggie’s and the Dovecote this week! Housemade white chocolate bark wtih dried fruit for $2.75; housemade spicy caramel corn for $2.00; and small heart-shaped boxes of chocolates for $2.00.

Career Development Center Interest Survey

Part of the College’s education mission is to provide students with the opportunity to enrich academic immersion with work experience in the summers and post graduation. Help the CDC know what YOU want by filling out this 1-3 minute survey. You will also be entered for a chance to win a Fred Meyer gift card.

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CELS Program Looking for Scholars

The CELS (Community Engagement and Leadership in Science) Program is looking for Summer CELS Scholars! As a Summer CELS Scholar, you will provide mentorship to a high school student and work in a research lab full-time under the guidance of a faculty mentor at OHSU or Lewis & Clark.  Students from underrepresented backgrounds in STEM (African-American, Native American, and Latino/Latino students) are strongly encouraged to apply!


Peace Corps: A Love Story

February 11th, 5pm, JR Howard 115. Come meet returned volunteers from the Peace Corps to hear stories about how they fell in love with the country they volunteered in.


2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture

February 16th, 12:10pm, Wood Hall, Classroom 7. Lewis A. Steverson presents the law school’s 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture, “Realizing Dr. King’s Dream is the Key to Success in the 21st Century Corporate Environment.”

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Academic Advising Workshop: Finding an Academic Path

February 17th, 7pm-8:30pm, Miller Hall 319. Would you like to move from “Undecided” to “Active Pursuit”? This workshop will offer ideas about how to approach the course selection, advising, and registration process in a liberal arts environment. Students will learn how to effectively gather information and insight about areas of academic interest while also staying on top of general education requirements. Additionally, students will consider how to effectively create – and revise – a four-year academic plan. Students may attend this workshop in conjunction with/preparation for the Sophomore “Halfway There Ceremony” on February 19.

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Aubrey R. Watzek Library to Redesign Website

The Watzek Library will begin a website redesign process to improve site functionality for users. Please help the library by taking a short survey about your use of the website. The survey will be available until next Tuesday, February 17 and will take approximately five minutes to complete. You will have the opportunity to enter your name into a drawing for a $25 Amazon gift card at the end of the survey.

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Sellwood Bridge Traffic Alert for Feb. 4

The Source - Lewis & Clark at 10.54.35 AMTraffic on Highway 43 near the Sellwood Bridge will be impacted by construction activity most of the day on Wednesday, February 4.

Work will begin before the morning commute and may continue into the evening. A contractor will need to shift traffic lanes and perform a number of tasks as highway lanes north of the bridge shift west against new retaining walls. A concrete pour for the new bridge is also scheduled.

Drivers should expect delays on the bridge and Highway 43 throughout the day as crews remove old striping, add new striping, install barriers and fencing. The shift will allow crews to construct the east side of the interchange.

Drivers may want to use alternate routes such as the Ross Island Bridge or SW Terwilliger Blvd. on Wednesday.

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