Alumni Perks & Stories

Sign up for the Penguin Nation Passport today.It pays to be a member.

Sign up for your Penguin Nation Passport and get discounts from local businesses and on-campus perks.

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Then Clark faculty member, Dee Ann Finken, fourth from the right, with student staff of The Indy student newspaper at a Associated College Press workshop in San Francisco in 2017.Former faculty sticks to newsprint

Dee Anne Finken is a retired journalism instructor and adviser to Clark’s student newspaper, The Indy, who has kept her fingers in newsprint and ink.

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A student at Sarah J. Anderson Elementary School.The bilingual brain

Listen to a podcast about how Lucy Estrada Guzman ’90 is leading the effort to provide easy access to developing bilingual brains and celebrating a variety of cultures.

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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.