Interactive Open Sound Check & Artist Lecture, Register by January 15

Cameron Carpenter is “smashing the stereotypes of organists and organ music” by expanding the frontiers of his instrument and bringing it into the 21st century. And with a classical background and Juilliard education, the 33-year-old virtuoso engages just as vividly with the organ’s history as he does with his vision for its future. Alongside his… Read More

TConnect Grants for Your Club or Project!

Jewish Learning Works offers up to $500 to fund club projects and programs (last year students brought US aid worker and humanitarian Carl Wilkens, witness and upstander to the Rwandan genocide to LWHS through this grant). They also offer a $1250 college scholarship  to seniors who have made significant contributions to their club. Both these opportunities are  open to… Read More

Sanford Women in Business Conference 2015, January 31!

Saturday, January 31 | 10am–5pm | Stanford Campus | Learn more The Winter Conference is an annual event that brings together young women from Californian high schools for a day of workshops and speeches from inspiring speakers. The event aims to prepare and educate young women about the world of business while having the chance… Read More

Remarks from the Chairman of the US Council of Economic Advisers, February 4

Students and educators are invited to attend an exclusive conversation with Jason Furman, who has served as chairman of President Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers since August of 2013. In this role, he is charged with offering the president objective economic advice on the formulation of both domestic and international economic policy. Furman will discuss… Read More