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- NEWSPlease join us on June 17 as we kick off our Exploring for the Global Good fundraising campaign. We will reveal our plans to lift up our community’s people, places, and programs—and step forward as a leading institution and a spark for good in the world.Please join us on June 17 at 5 p.m. as we kick off our Exploring for the Global Good fundraising campaign. We will reveal our plans to lift up our community’s people, places, and programs—and step forward as a leading institution and a spark for good in the world.In 2010, President Barack Obama donated a portion of his $1.4 million Nobel Prize award to the Posse Foundation, one of 10 organizations he chose to recognize. Lewis & Clark is partnering with the Posse Foundation to provide mentoring and full-tuition scholarships to exceptional students from diverse backgrounds. The inaugural cohort—10 students from the Washington, D.C., area—will arrive on campus this fall.From January 11 through January 15, 21 Lewis & Clark students immersed themselves in the study of entrepreneurship and leadership through Winterim, a fast-paced and supportive experience where students collaborate in small groups to research, create, develop, and pitch a venture. After four days of virtually learning, brainstorming, prototyping, debating, networking, and rehearsing, students presented their start-up ideas at Winterim’s annual pitch competition.Lewis & Clark is pleased to announce a five-year partnership with the Posse Foundation. Together, Lewis & Clark and the Posse Foundation will work to expand the recruiting pool of outstanding young leaders from diverse backgrounds, help build more interactive campus environments for people from all backgrounds, and ensure Posse Scholars take on leadership positions in the workforce upon graduation.
You can join the Lewis & Clark Posse by clicking here and giving to the Posse Program!Leadership giving provides all students support by funding scholarships, supporting superb faculty, and giving access to flexible academic programming during these turbulent pandemic times. Now more than ever before, students are relying on you as they pursue their journey to become tomorrow’s critical thinkers, entrepreneurs, and global leaders.
Give today at go.lclark.edu/leadership or click here.Students need your help now more than ever before. Your gift today provides new technology, tools to support campus health and safety, and increased scholarship support for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, or person of color) students. You can have an immediate impact on the people in our community who need your help.
Give today at go.lclark.edu/support or click here.During this time of uncertainty, students need assistance with a variety of moving, travel and technology expenses and they need you. Donate to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Emergency Response Fund to provide support for current students and help with the College’s unexpected costs in this unprecedented circumstance. Gifts of all sizes are welcome and create a positive impact that is crucial in this challenging time.
“In every single way that counted, the college was as much a home to her as it was a caring and dynamic institution of learning where she found her calling in life.”The Oregon Community Foundation has awarded the Resonance Ensemble $100,000 to enable them to pursue an ambitious collaboration with the Oregon Symphony and several independent artists to put on the world premiere of Damien Geter’s An African American Requiem. Lewis & Clark’s Associate Professor of Music and Director of Choral Activities Katherine FitzGibbon serves as Resonance Ensemble’s Artistic Director.
Past EventsDecember 2, 2022
Need something to lift your spirits before finals season? Come by JR Howard between 9 - 11 am to get some coffee and tea, provided by Student Philanthropy Council.November 29, 2022November 16, 2022Come by the Trailroom or JR Howard to write a thank you note and get a donut! Thank A Donor Day is a chance to celebrate the many people whose gifts make a LC education and experience possible.