Opportunities

LC babysitters list

LC students/recent alumni who are available for childcare opportunities.

Drop-in Groups Provided by the Lewis & Clark Counseling Service

The Let Out: for BIPOC students every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month at 5:30pm in the IME Office
Led by Christabel Léonce, PsyD

This is not group therapy but a place where students can drop in with questions about mental health, how to cope with stressful events around them, and to gain some skills for coping. Drop-in group, no registration needed.


Microaggressions Group (Coming Soon!)
Group therapy Tuesdays at 5:00pm
Led by Christabel Léonce, PsyD
If interested, please contact the Counseling Service at 503-768-7160 or Christabel Léonce at cleonce@lclark.edu.

Monthly Open Office Hours with Dr. Evette Castillo Clark

Dr. Evette Castillo Clark, Vice President for Student Life Office and Dean of Students, invites you to her monthly office hours. This is a great opportunity to share your thoughts and experience as a student, and ask any questions!

Now Hiring: Center for Community and Global Health Student Staff

The Center for Community and Global Health Student Staff position will promote and support the work, programs, events, and opportunities at the Center to the Lewis & Clark community.

The Center offers coursework, internship experiences, community collaborations, prehealth and premed advising to Lewis & Clark students with an interest in health and healing.

We have a preference for hiring a Health Studies Minor and/or a student with an interest in a career in the health professions.

If you are interested, we would love to hear from you! Please reach out to Alexis Rehrmann, Community Engagement Coordinator with questions, concerns, or clarifications. Ready to apply?

Apply Here

*If you have previously been hired by Lewis & Clark College log into your Workday account using your LC credentials and apply through the Talent and Performance icon on the home page.

Books for Juneteenth

Check out a selection of titles in recognition of Juneteenth available from Watzek Library.

Join us for the June Energy Challenge!

Do you wash your laundry in cold water? Want to walk or bike to work? If yes, consider joining our LC team in the Energy Trust of Oregon’s Energy Challenge, June 1-30.

Summer Job Opening- Alumni Weekend

Alumni and Parent Programs is looking for students who want to work at Alumni Weekend, June 23-26, 2022! Meet Alumni and help with events.

Seniors, Watzek is interested in your reading recommendations!

If you are graduating, Watzek Library invites you to tell us about the books that have mattered the most to you.

Become a Teacher by 2023: Lewis & Clark’s Graduate School is Accepting Applications

You could apply today, begin classes in mid-June 2022, graduate in July 2023, and be teaching in your own classroom that September.

Consent Conversations Workshops

We are inviting you to join in on discussions about various topics on consent education! We have three exciting workshops to get excited about.

Art Therapy Hosts Second Open Studio for Ukrainian Community on May 1

Art therapists will be present at the event on Sunday, May 1, 2022 to facilitate the process as we set our hearts and wishes in motion by creating art inspired by Ukrainian traditions. All art supplies will be provided and interpreters will be available.

Seniors: Submit poetry to 2022 Vern Rutsala AAP Contest by April 6

The Vern Rutsala Academy of American Poets Prize Contest at Lewis & Clark College is open to all graduating seniors currently enrolled full-time at Lewis & Clark College. The winning poet is awarded a cash prize of $100 and acknowledgement in the Academy’s newsletter. Poems can be previously published. For more information about the Academy of American Poets visit www.poets.org

Senior Baccalaureate ’22 call for contributors and memories!

The planning committee is excited to announce the Senior Baccalaureate 2022! This event is an opportunity for the Class of ’22 to come together to reflect, honor, and celebrate our experiences together over the last several years as we graduate and transition forward.