GBWC Programs

The Greater Boston Wheaton Club organizes a variety of programs geared toward alumnae/i in the Greater Boston area. Below is a list of programs sponsored by the GBWC in recent years.

  • A series of successful Wheaton in the Hub Events.
  • Walking Tours throughout Boston
  • A Chocolate Buffet at the Langham Hotel;
  • The El Greco to Valezquez Exhibit co-sponsored by the Greater Boston Wheaton Club and the Wheaton College Friends of Art, including a lecture by Wheaton Art History Prof. Evelyn Staudinger Lane.
  • The Americans in Paris Exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts, including a reception and a lecture by Wheaton Art History Prof. R. Tripp Evans;
  • A community service project at the Greater Boston Food Bank; and
  • A series of GBWC Networking Events

Online Networking Opportunities

Looking for ways to connect to Wheaton Alumnae/i online? Here are a few ways to connect.

Facebook

Greater Boston Wheaton Club

Wheaton College Young Alumni of Boston

Wheaton Young Alums in Boston

LinkedIn

Are you LinkedIn? Join the Wheaton College Alumni group today. Check out the following link to join: http://www.linkedin.com/e/gis/74169/137C0E18EDD8

 

Networking Opportunities

After successful networking events, more networking opportunities were developed. Please contact a steering committee member if you found these events helpful and let us know what other types of networking opportunities you might be want the GBWC to sponsor. Below is a listing of recent networking events:

  • Wheaton Connection Reception: Boston—April 2015
  • Wheaton Connections Continued for Networking—March 2010
  • Boston Networking Breakfast—November 2009
  • Wheaton Connections Continued sharing experiences of working in the Boston area—February 2009
  • Wheaton Connections Continued for Law and Government—June 2008
  • Wheaton Connections Continued for Health and Bio-tech—April 2008

Wheaton Volunteers in the Hub

Wheaton Volunteers in the Hub offered a series of volunteer opportunities to Greater Boston area alums at the Saturday/Sunday Bread Soup Kitchen at Saint John's Church on Beacon Hill. Volunteering is a way to give back to your community and help those in need. Also, being part of the Wheaton Volunteers in the Hub is a way to build relationshiops with fellow alums.

Give Us Your Opinion on Events

Let us know your thoughts on recent GBWC events. Remember there are a number of ways to give us your feedback.

  • While attending an event, speak directly to one of the attending GBWC Steering Committee Members
  • Complete the GBWC Survey
  • Send an email message directly to a Steering Committee Member