Weekly Wrap-Up Alumni Professional Events and Job Postings

October 6, 2017 by | Events

NEXT WEEK’S CAREER/PROFESSIONAL EVENTS SAT OCT 14 Leo Freedman Foundation First Cut Screenings LEARN MORE REGISTER 3 p.m. at the SIFF Cinema Uptown, Seattle Dodge College’s annual Leo Freedman Foundation First Cut Screenings promote the top student films from the previous year as determined by a panel of distinguished alumni and industry representatives. By attending this event you will


Author Jasmine Johnson ’15 Empowers Youth and Educates on Homelessness The former homeless youth invites you to help this "ignored problem" in your community at Socktober Saturday

October 5, 2017 by | Alumni Spotlight

Walking up to strangers as a little girl to ask for money for food or bus fare to get to school—only to be shut down or ignored—left Jasmine Johnson feeling rejected and embarrassed. If she ended up making it to school (sometimes she missed days, weeks and entire semesters), she was bullied for the smell


An Alumni Story Exchange: Have You Met Rochelle Breedon (JD ’14)? This is that moment at an event when you introduce someone new to the conversation and everyone pivots, eager to connect and welcome your friend.

September 22, 2017 by Alyssa Lahham '13 | Alumni Spotlight

Have you met Rochelle Breedon (JD ’14)? We volunteer together on Ingram Micro’s Philanthropic Committee, planning activities for local nonprofits and working to give grants to our many well-deserving applicants. Rochelle earned a law degree from the Dale E. Fowler School of Law in 2014 and is now a human resource consultant at Ingram Micro. She is a


A 50th Anniversary Celebration for Chapman’s Black Student Union

September 12, 2017 by | Events

Over the past five decades, the Black Student Union has played an active role in the Chapman University community by enriching the campus and student experience through cultural, educational and social activities, empowering Black students through fundamental support and resources, and by fostering connections with other communities and groups on campus. In celebration of the