Strengthen Narrative Competency with Narrative Scribe Training

With support from the Mellon Foundation, Northwest Narrative Medicine Collaborative (NWNMC) is developing Narrative Scribe Training.

The curriculum builds on narrative medicine practices of listening and witnessing. The training develops skills of listening deeply to stories of health, illness, and healing and reflecting on how listening and witnessing can contribute to social change. Narrative Scribe Training will be held in-person on-campus at Lewis & Clark College on Saturday, February, 24 and registration is now open. 


Submit Your ASB Winter Wish (Nov. 19-29)

Peers wish for gifts for their peers—and ASB grants them! 


Winterim 2024

Applications are now open for limited spots in the Bates Center’s flagship program Winterim which features 60 speakers, mentors and judges for 30 students in a fast-paced week that culminates in a pitch competition with $8,000 of cash prizes.

No prior entrepreneurial experience is required or expected. Priority deadline is November 15.

Join us from January 7 - 12, 2024. 


alumni, English Major, Opportunities

The 2024 Dixon Award Application

The Lewis & Clark College English Department is pleased to announce this year’s application process for the Dixon Award. Through the efforts of two of our alumni, Hillary and Adam Dixon, this $2,500.00 award was established in 2002 by the Dixon Family Foundation. It is given to one junior English major each year.


The Script Internship Program 2024 application is now open!

Looking for a paid internship?

The Script Internship (formerly Emerging Leaders) program connects underrepresented students with top Oregon companies. 

Application for The Script Internship Summer 2024 Program is now live via www.thescript.org! Apply before January 16, 2024. 


Dining Experience Committee

We are looking for any students, particularly those living on-campus, who would like to join the Dining Experience Committee

alumni, Opportunities

L&C’s First Native Scholar-Artist in Residence to Focus on Shakespeare

Waylon Lenk BA ’08, a Shakespeare scholar and theatre artist, will join the college as its first Native Scholar-Artist in Residence this fall. Lenk will give a talk at New Student Orientation and direct the theatre department’s fall production of Henry IV, Part 1.

advocacy, alumni, faculty, Life after LC, Opportunities, top story

First-Generation Mentorship Program

The Inclusion & Multicultural Engagement (IME) office is excited to launch a First-Generation Mentorship program and we are calling upon all first-generation staff, faculty, and alum!

Opportunities, ReUse Room, sustainability

ReUse Room Brings Thrift Shopping to Campus

The ReUse Room, L&C’s sustainable thrift shop, enables students to donate goods and shop for free clothes, housing and school supplies, shelf-stable food, and more!


Data Science Teaching Opportunity

Gain hands-on experience with STEM + data science teaching in a 6 - 12th grade classroom.


Bates Center RA Opportunity!

Bates Center Summer RA Opportunity July 23 - 28, 2023.


Students: Apply for the Bates Center Summer Sustainability Internship!

The Bates Center Summer Sustainability Internship Course will provide students with direct access to employers working on issues broadly related to sustainability in Portland, nationally, and internationally.