Alumni Perks & Stories

Clark College helped prepare Sam Robinson ’83 for tribal leadership. As vice chairman of the Chinook Indian Nation, he advocates for his tribe and serves as a cultural ambassador.Leadership lessons from Clark

During his years at Clark College, Sam Robinson ’83 learned lessons that helped him with tribal leadership and as a cultural ambassador.

Headwaters of leadership>>

Ron Shuman ’06 lives in New Your City.Penguins sited in NYC

Clark College alumni and friends rock their Penguin pride wherever they go. Members of Penguin Nation pose with flat Oswald—a jet-setting version of Clark’s beloved mascot.

Where in the universe are you?>>

Tools of the welding trade

Clark women in welding

Welding is a trade long dominated by men, but Clark is trying to change that. Tatum Parsley ’13 is leading Clark’s efforts to diversify the trade.

Leveling the field>>

Sixty-five thousand alumni strong

There are more than 65,780 Clark College alumni. These Penguins represent all segments of society; business owners and operators, leaders in government, artists and cutting-edge scientists.

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They help take care of the sick and the under-represented and create mouthwatering dishes for the foodie culture of today. We are proud of their accomplishments and their commitment to helping our college and community thrive. Clark’s alumni office reunites alumni with the college and one another, provides a variety of services, and supports current students’ pathways to success.