Welcome Graduates of the Last Decade!
Stay connected with Washington & Jefferson College! Whether you attend an alumni event to meet and network with alumni in your region, volunteer as an alumni mentor, or simply are an active member of W&J alumni community, there are many ways to stay involved after graduation. Here are some ways to keep in touch with the College, classmates, and fellow alumni.
|Shane Jones '11, Megan DuBois '09, and Mandy McManamon '09 at an alumni event in Washington, DC.
GOLD Profiles - Learn about fellow GOLD alumni and what they're up to today with our GOLD profiles.
- Alumni events are a great way to meet and network with alumni in your region. As a Graduate of the Last Decade, you receive discounted prices to alumni events. Visit the events page for information on upcoming cocktail receptions, wine tastings, networking or other events in your area.
- Jay Connected is W&J's free alumni online community. It's the place to go for information on W&J events, alumni news, to connect with classmates and more. Join in the conversations on one of W&J's other social networks, too! Connect with the Alumni Office on Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter to learn what is happening on campus today as well as share your own stories.
- Keep your classmates up-to-date on what is happening in your life by sending news on your life and career. Class notes posted to Jay Connected will also be included in the W&J magazine.
Update your Contact Information
- If you've recently moved, created a new email address, completed a degree or are changing jobs, keep W&J up-to-date on your current biographic information by updating your Jay Connected profile.
Alumni Mentor Program - Did you have a professor or alumnus that gave you advice and guidance in college? Now it's time to pay it forward with the Alumni Mentor Program!
Regional Chapter Volunteers - Wish W&J traveled to your area more often? Have a great idea for an alumni event? Team up with W&J to create a regional chapter in your area! Regional chapters enable W&J alumni to gather informally and are run and organized by volunteers.
Career Guidance - As an alumnus/alumna, you can help W&J students network and guide them down a successful career path by partnering with the Office of Career Services. With the career service office's online resources, you can promote job opportunities/internships and mentor students in your particular career field.
Search for Jobs - W&J Office of Career Services offers College Central Network (CCN). CCN allows Alumni to access full-time, internship, part-time, and summer opportunities. CCN also provides extensive information on various career related topics. Alumni are able to connect with employers, post resumes and cover letters, and create portfolios. There are typically over 500,000 national postings and numerous postings specific to W&J. We are also a member of the Liberal Arts Recruiting Consortium, comprised of 6 Greater Pittsburgh area Colleges and Universities, who share local postings.
Job Help - Schedule an appointment to meet with a career counselor to discuss job search tips, interviewing, or graduate school. To schedule an appointment, call 724-229-5126 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate your year of graduation and the purpose of your appointment.
Transcripts - Visit the Registrar Office's webpage for information and the request form. Transcripts are free of charge and processed within 3-5 business days. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact Registrar Office at 724-223-6017 or 1-888-W-AND-JAY (926-3529).
Bookstore - Get all your favorite W&J merchandise online through the electronic bookstore.