The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) is a 2,650-mile-long hike from the border of Mexico to the border of Canada, crossing through the states of California, Oregon, and Washington. During this 10-week challenge, you and your team can walk, hike, bike, swim, ski, climb, kayak, attend fitness classes, etc. to collectively travel half the distance of the PCT.
President Jim Gash and Human Resources cordially invite you to join colleagues in community and celebration this holiday season. We are excited to enjoy the traditional carving stations, seafood table, gourmet dessert bar, live music, and festive fun!
Whether booking the In-and-Out food truck for your next event or hiring a consultant to audit your departmental processes, you are responsible for protecting the University by reviewing the contracts for the appropriate wording and securing the appropriate insurance coverage. This professional development opportunity covers the basic information needed to execute documents, obtain a satisfactory Certificate of Insurance, and assist in identifying potential risks when signing a contract on behalf of the University.
The Chancellor’s Office and Human Resources cordially invite you to a Christmas high tea reception, featuring Dee Anna Smith, Chair of Pepperdine’s Board of Regents and CEO of Sarah Cannon, for an opportunity to interact with women leaders, mentors, and rising professionals and learn from one of the healthcare industry’s most successful leaders.
We hope you will enjoy the opportunity to connect and celebrate with your Pepperdine Family across the world! Attend a holiday event, find a gift in the 2022 holiday gift guide, and participate in festive activities for the whole family.
You need to plan for all aspects of your retirement in order to be fully prepared, so why not start today? Meet with our Transamerica Retirement Planning Consultant, Ronee Dakin, who will be able to answer of your questions from Roth IRAs, to Medicare.
Hosted by the Office of the Chaplain and the Center for Faith and Learning, join Dr. Thema Bryant for a discussion on her book Homecoming: Overcome Fear and Trauma to Reclaim Your Whole, Authentic Self and why faculty and staff should understand fear and trauma as we serve students. A time of Q&A and book signing will take place.
Hosted by the Office of the Chaplain and Human Resources, join your colleagues in a time of hopeful anticipation in the season of Advent. In this busy season, our most important preparations will happen as we welcome God into our lives, and “prepare the way of the Lord.”
Now through November 11, the Pepperdine Community can purchase Julian Pies for delivery via the Pepperdine Legacy Partners. All proceeds benefit the Helen Young Scholarship.
Join us on November 16th for a one hour webinar on thriving at work and home through the holiday season led by Robert Scholz, MA, LMFT, LPCC.