Cal Lutheran Alumni

25,000+ strong

Upcoming Alumni Events

Interview Like a Pro

Student Union 114, Kingsmen Room

This interactive workshop will cover how to effectively prepare for an interview.

Parent Seminar on Alternative Communication
with Elizabeth Vosseller, MA, CCC-SLP

Spies-Bornemann Center for Education & Technology, Room 140

Elizabeth Vosseller is the director of Growing Kids Therapy Center and specializes in supporting the complex communication needs of students with autism.

Know Your Worth: How to Negotiate the Best Salary

Student Union 114, Kingsmen Room

Learn how to navigate through salary negotiations with employers.

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)
All the Bard in one hilarious evening

Preus-Brandt Forum

Originally created and performed by the Reduced Shakespeare Company, all of the Bard's plays are condensed into one hilarious evening.

Career Chat & Coffee

Jack's Corner

Bring your career questions and get a free cup of joe!

Marketing U: How to Create an Epic Resume

Student Union 114, Kingsmen Room

This workshop will help you put together a resume.

Love in the Ancient World and Love in Ours
What the Song of Songs can tell us

Ullman Commons 100/101

University of Virginia Associate Professor Martien Halvorsen-Taylor will explore how the Song of Songs’ use of love language makes it distinct from much of the rest of the Hebrew Bible, what it can tell us about love in the ancient world, and why this matters.

U.S. Job Search for Internationals

Student Union 114, Kingsmen Room

Topics will review the job search process, resumes, interviews, and how to deal with OPT and CPT.

Transforming Campus & School Hazing Culture: A Framework for Prevention
Elizabeth Allan, Ph.D.

Samuelson Chapel

Professor Elizabeth Allan, a researcher and expert on issues of hazing in educational settings, will draw on findings from her research as well as her own career of hazing prevention efforts to help individuals make critical change in disrupting and changing hazing culture within their institutions.

We Don't Haze: Bystander Intervention for Hazing and Bullying Intervention
Elizabeth Allan, Ph.D.

Ullman Commons 100/101

In these sessions, participants will hear from Elizabeth Allan, a nationally renowned expert on hazing, who will discuss findings from her research, discuss the distinctions between bullying and hazing, and train on bystander intervention approaches to reduce bullying and hazing culture within K-12 schools, colleges, and university institutions.