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Chartiers Creek Watershed Association has partnered with W&J to organize a Service Saturday cleaning up Catfish Creek. Come enjoy the outdoors and do some good for our community!
WASHINGTON, PA (July 22, 2020)—Staying connected during COVID-19 depends on more than a strong wi-fi signal. Just as important is the strength of your community network, and Shayla Watkins ’22 […]
WASHINGTON, PA (July 10, 2020)—Leading change is second nature to Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) students. Take Marilyn Burkhardt. The rising W&J senior, a Spanish and international studies major, wanted […]
Are you interested in volunteering for the 2020 Special Olympics at W&J? The Athletic Department is putting together a committee to help organize and advertise for this year’s Special Olympics […]
Students in Psychology 345: Criminal Psychopathology orchestrated a magazine and book drive for the Allegheny County Jail and delivered the donated items to the jail in early April, getting the chance to meet with the inmates their donations were benefitting.
Washington & Jefferson College students volunteered at charities and non-profit organizations throughout the Washington community as part of the College’s annual Week of Service from Sept. 11 to Sept 17.
At Washington & Jefferson College (W&J), students are always looking for ways to contribute to the world around them.
Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) is proud to be the official Washington County drop-off point for the 96.1 KISS Stuff-A-Bus toy collection, benefitting the Marine Corps Toys for Tots program.
Students showed their support for the local community during Washington & Jefferson College’s (W&J) first Week of Service from Sept. 11 to Sept. 17.
Just days into their first semester of college, the Class of 2021 is already showcasing the qualities of Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) Presidents.