A selective liberal arts & sciences college for women located minutes from Philadelphia, PA.

With LILAC at Bryn Mawr still blooming, a highlight of this year already has been Google recruiters visit to Bryn Mawr. Katie Krimmel, Associate Dean of the new center gives us some more details about the event that took place this past month!

A few weeks ago, representatives from Google came to visit Bryn Mawr College to recruit computer science students for their internships and full-time roles. A recruiter from the Mountain View office and a female engineer from the New York office presented to Bryn Mawr students about opportunities at Google and how to leverage their liberal arts training to be a competitive candidate. The recruiter also conducted technical resume reviews with current students to help them prepare their applications in advance of applying. This is just one of the many recruiting opportunities available to current students through CPD/LILAC at Bryn Mawr College. 

This wont be the last update from LILAC so keep an eye out on all the cool things they plan out for students to get the ball rolling on their future career paths!
With LILAC at Bryn Mawr still blooming, a highlight of this year already has been Google recruiters visit to Bryn Mawr. Katie Krimmel, Associate Dean of the new center gives us some more details about the event that took place this past month!

A few weeks ago, representatives from Google came to visit Bryn Mawr College to recruit computer science students for their internships and full-time roles. A recruiter from the Mountain View office and a female engineer from the New York office presented to Bryn Mawr students about opportunities at Google and how to leverage their liberal arts training to be a competitive candidate. The recruiter also conducted technical resume reviews with current students to help them prepare their applications in advance of applying. This is just one of the many recruiting opportunities available to current students through CPD/LILAC at Bryn Mawr College. 

This wont be the last update from LILAC so keep an eye out on all the cool things they plan out for students to get the ball rolling on their future career paths!

With LILAC at Bryn Mawr still blooming, a highlight of this year already has been Google recruiters visit to Bryn Mawr. Katie Krimmel, Associate Dean of the new center gives us some more details about the event that took place this past month!

A few weeks ago, representatives from Google came to visit Bryn Mawr College to recruit computer science students for their internships and full-time roles. A recruiter from the Mountain View office and a female engineer from the New York office presented to Bryn Mawr students about opportunities at Google and how to leverage their liberal arts training to be a competitive candidate. The recruiter also conducted technical resume reviews with current students to help them prepare their applications in advance of applying. This is just one of the many recruiting opportunities available to current students through CPD/LILAC at Bryn Mawr College.

This wont be the last update from LILAC so keep an eye out on all the cool things they plan out for students to get the ball rolling on their future career paths!

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numodo asked:
will you be coming to Brooklyn, NY anytime soon?

Check out our In Your Area page and see where admissions reps will be!

In Your Area Page

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theredlipsproject:

"What makes me feel powerful is my inner self. As women we’re victims of the media, our peers, and negative voices, both internal and external, telling us how we can improve ourselves in the most materialistic of ways. I look in the mirror and I find flaws…I’ve also listened to the worst of those around me criticizing my appearance because I believed others understood me better than I understood myself. They don’t. What makes me feel powerful, feel like a woman, and like a human being is remembering that I am not only composed of skin and lashes and cheeks and a curvy figure. I am so much more because of who I portray myself to be from the inside on to the outside world. A loyal friend, a respectful daughter, a hard working academic. I am powerful because I know that I am a woman who is defined by what’s in her heart, not by this carcass masking the true me."

A Mawrter’s contribution to a fantastic women empowerment project #theredlipsproject Great job, Maira!
theredlipsproject:

"What makes me feel powerful is my inner self. As women we’re victims of the media, our peers, and negative voices, both internal and external, telling us how we can improve ourselves in the most materialistic of ways. I look in the mirror and I find flaws…I’ve also listened to the worst of those around me criticizing my appearance because I believed others understood me better than I understood myself. They don’t. What makes me feel powerful, feel like a woman, and like a human being is remembering that I am not only composed of skin and lashes and cheeks and a curvy figure. I am so much more because of who I portray myself to be from the inside on to the outside world. A loyal friend, a respectful daughter, a hard working academic. I am powerful because I know that I am a woman who is defined by what’s in her heart, not by this carcass masking the true me."

A Mawrter’s contribution to a fantastic women empowerment project #theredlipsproject Great job, Maira!

theredlipsproject:

"What makes me feel powerful is my inner self. As women we’re victims of the media, our peers, and negative voices, both internal and external, telling us how we can improve ourselves in the most materialistic of ways. I look in the mirror and I find flaws…I’ve also listened to the worst of those around me criticizing my appearance because I believed others understood me better than I understood myself. They don’t. What makes me feel powerful, feel like a woman, and like a human being is remembering that I am not only composed of skin and lashes and cheeks and a curvy figure. I am so much more because of who I portray myself to be from the inside on to the outside world. A loyal friend, a respectful daughter, a hard working academic. I am powerful because I know that I am a woman who is defined by what’s in her heart, not by this carcass masking the true me."

A Mawrter’s contribution to a fantastic women empowerment project #theredlipsproject Great job, Maira!

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size12timesnewroman:

The past day and a half or so I’ve been at Bryn Mawr college!!! So I’ll just leave some notes on my experience here. This is my second visit, so if anyone is curious about maybe some things I didn’t cover or has any other questions, feel free to contact me via ask box.

  • They offered a program for prospective seniors to stay overnight, which is awesome because you get a very genuine feel for the college experience
  • The admissions in general are run extraordinarily well. Everything is so easy and they really do a wonderful job
  • Everyone is SUPER helpful. Students and faculty love prospies. Really.
  • they also REALLY love their freshmen. It’s interesting to see because in so many other schools the freshmen are literally bashed. Nope. Mawrters are super excited to have new people on campus.
  • Again, have I mentioned how friendly EVERYONE is? Even other prospies. We all bonded together and now I have an awesome new group of friends. I stayed with a bunch of freshmen, so they’d really only been at school for about a month, and we hung out as an entire floor. 
  • Bryn Mawr is pretty hardcore into traditions. They also have a bunch of superstitions that if you break you have to leave an offering to a statue of Athena, goddess of wisdom and therefore also Bryn Mawr.
  • Also they’re really weirdly obsessed with Katherine Hepburn, who graduated from BMC in 1928. 
  • The admissions people had some activities scheduled for us but generally we could explore as we wished. There was a scheduled event (they call their club meetings “teas”. There’s almost never any tea) with the art club, but I also took a Scottish dance class and had lunch with some professors and students in the theatre department. 
  • I took two classes, an intro to psych class and a sociology class called The Family in Social Context. Both were really, really interesting and had somewhere between twenty to thirty people in them, which I’m told is big for a class at Bryn Mawr
  • Also Haverford is basically also a part of Bryn Mawr you can major at either campus and it’s five minutes down the road. Swarthmore is also in a consortium with the two but apparently they’re like super hardcore and competitive. 
  • Three phrases I heard a lot: heteronormativity, misogyny, death to the patriarchy
  • I went in thinking everyone was super feminist and also a lesbian. Neither of which would turn me away from the school. To some extent that is true, but the campus is pretty diverse and there’s plenty of straight women. Everyone is most certainly a feminist, though, which is definitely a good thing.
  • I really enjoyed my visit. I had no desire to leave.
  • Also now considering applying early decision, which would make my college search process much, much easier. 

Oh wow! Very glad to hear you loved your visits! Do you know what’s better than visiting? Actually being a Mawrter! Haha. ;)

((ps: feel free to shoot me a message if you’ve got questions about the application or otherwise!))

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The Enrollment Division (AKA everyone who has any role in enrolling a new batch of Mawrters every year) had their first Bowling Night this week! If you’ve ever see the Animal Planet show, Too Cute, I think we should be featured ;P
The Enrollment Division (AKA everyone who has any role in enrolling a new batch of Mawrters every year) had their first Bowling Night this week! If you’ve ever see the Animal Planet show, Too Cute, I think we should be featured ;P

The Enrollment Division (AKA everyone who has any role in enrolling a new batch of Mawrters every year) had their first Bowling Night this week! If you’ve ever see the Animal Planet show, Too Cute, I think we should be featured ;P

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Our Director of Admissions, Peaches Valdes ‘99 ‘03, sent me this awesome pic of her with admissions representative from the other Seven Sisters schools at the Sisters Deans and Directors trip on the West Coast (Westridge School in Pasadena)!
Such a sweet picture :’)
Our Director of Admissions, Peaches Valdes ‘99 ‘03, sent me this awesome pic of her with admissions representative from the other Seven Sisters schools at the Sisters Deans and Directors trip on the West Coast (Westridge School in Pasadena)!
Such a sweet picture :’)

Our Director of Admissions, Peaches Valdes ‘99 ‘03, sent me this awesome pic of her with admissions representative from the other Seven Sisters schools at the Sisters Deans and Directors trip on the West Coast (Westridge School in Pasadena)!

Such a sweet picture :’)

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rebelsandtypewriters:

my favorite tree on campus

Autumn looks gorgeous on you, Bryn Mawr!
rebelsandtypewriters:

my favorite tree on campus

Autumn looks gorgeous on you, Bryn Mawr!

rebelsandtypewriters:

my favorite tree on campus

Autumn looks gorgeous on you, Bryn Mawr!

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Tips for Mawrters: R100 AKA Norristown High Speed Line (NSHL)

natalieisprocrastinating:

So you want to use the R100…

The Paoli Thorndale (R5, nearest to BMC) is too damn expensive to use. I get it. As someone who takes the R100 twice a day, here’s what you need to know.

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Emily Maroni ‘15, Liane Smith ‘17, Maho Okumura ‘16, Marcia Lee ‘16, and Giulietta Schoenfeld ‘16 showing of fencing pride! Their description of the club:

We get to meet new friends… and stab them! ;P
Emily Maroni ‘15, Liane Smith ‘17, Maho Okumura ‘16, Marcia Lee ‘16, and Giulietta Schoenfeld ‘16 showing of fencing pride! Their description of the club:

We get to meet new friends… and stab them! ;P

Emily Maroni ‘15, Liane Smith ‘17, Maho Okumura ‘16, Marcia Lee ‘16, and Giulietta Schoenfeld ‘16 showing of fencing pride! Their description of the club:

We get to meet new friends… and stab them! ;P

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greenfieldhwe:


I began this project because I felt there was a severe lack of official acknowledgement of Bryn Mawr College’s LGBT history. Even acknowledging this void, I expected to find LGBT-related material in our archives; however I was disappointed by the amount of silence I found…
[Now] there exists a complete exhibit, usable by alumnae/i, community members, and scholars alike. I have excavated histories which were previously buried both in our archives and in people’s memories.
I hope that you find in this exhibit what you need, whether it be a tangible connection to generations past or an acknowledgement of your lived experiences. This is not an end; this is simply the first in a series of many contributions to the ongoing project of telling complex histories of Bryn Mawr.

— Brenna Levitin, Class of 2016, uncovers Bryn Mawr’s LGBT histories in the Greenfield Digital Center’s newest exhibit, which goes live today: “We Are/We Have Always Been”: A Multi-Linear History of LGBT Experiences at Bryn Mawr College, 1970-2000.”
greenfieldhwe:


I began this project because I felt there was a severe lack of official acknowledgement of Bryn Mawr College’s LGBT history. Even acknowledging this void, I expected to find LGBT-related material in our archives; however I was disappointed by the amount of silence I found…
[Now] there exists a complete exhibit, usable by alumnae/i, community members, and scholars alike. I have excavated histories which were previously buried both in our archives and in people’s memories.
I hope that you find in this exhibit what you need, whether it be a tangible connection to generations past or an acknowledgement of your lived experiences. This is not an end; this is simply the first in a series of many contributions to the ongoing project of telling complex histories of Bryn Mawr.

— Brenna Levitin, Class of 2016, uncovers Bryn Mawr’s LGBT histories in the Greenfield Digital Center’s newest exhibit, which goes live today: “We Are/We Have Always Been”: A Multi-Linear History of LGBT Experiences at Bryn Mawr College, 1970-2000.”

greenfieldhwe:

I began this project because I felt there was a severe lack of official acknowledgement of Bryn Mawr College’s LGBT history. Even acknowledging this void, I expected to find LGBT-related material in our archives; however I was disappointed by the amount of silence I found…

[Now] there exists a complete exhibit, usable by alumnae/i, community members, and scholars alike. I have excavated histories which were previously buried both in our archives and in people’s memories.

I hope that you find in this exhibit what you need, whether it be a tangible connection to generations past or an acknowledgement of your lived experiences. This is not an end; this is simply the first in a series of many contributions to the ongoing project of telling complex histories of Bryn Mawr.

— Brenna Levitin, Class of 2016, uncovers Bryn Mawr’s LGBT histories in the Greenfield Digital Center’s newest exhibit, which goes live today: “We Are/We Have Always Been”: A Multi-Linear History of LGBT Experiences at Bryn Mawr College, 1970-2000.”

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Our BMC admissions office interns, Heidi Gay ‘15 and Medoza Ameen ‘16 table at this years Fall Frolic to recruit new Admissions Ambassadors to help with the many open house events we hold!
Find out more about visiting Bryn Mawr College here. [x]
Our BMC admissions office interns, Heidi Gay ‘15 and Medoza Ameen ‘16 table at this years Fall Frolic to recruit new Admissions Ambassadors to help with the many open house events we hold!
Find out more about visiting Bryn Mawr College here. [x]

Our BMC admissions office interns, Heidi Gay ‘15 and Medoza Ameen ‘16 table at this years Fall Frolic to recruit new Admissions Ambassadors to help with the many open house events we hold!

Find out more about visiting Bryn Mawr College here. [x]

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mac and cheese day at erdman

comingcleanbmc:

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