In memoriam for January 2018

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In memoriam for January 2018

Albert Benge ’74 Donna Bequette ’80 Ardis Bradstreet ’75 Donald Cardon ’73 Guy “Mike” Close Curtis Hughey ’50 Clifford Koppe ’63 Leighton Lewis ’58   Gianna Loville – Current Clark women’s basketball player died unexpectedly on January 12, 2018. Conard Maul ’49 Robert “Bob” Reudink ’71 John “Jack” Ryan ’58 Redmond Lindsey Sharp ’54 Betty Lou Aina […]

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Class Notes

February 2018 Julie Bocanegra ’01, vice president and branch manager for Columbia Credit Union, is one of the 2018 recipients of the Iris Award. Bocanegra serves on the Evergreen School District Board of Directors. She was appointed in 2012, elected the following year and then re-elected again in 2017. Bocanegra served as vice chair and […]

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Desert Trip Invitation

You’re Invited

Clark College Foundation CEO Lisa Gibert Invites you to a cocktail reception. Learn about exciting new programs and projects, Now and coming in the next five years.   Receive tax savings tips That apply to the new tax code.  From tax expert Hal Abrams, J.D., LL.M   Thursday, March 15, 2018 The Adobe Restaurant  │  Arizona Biltmore […]

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Top5 Alumni Professions

Survey says!

Results from our most recent alumni survey are in – and no surprise – 99 percent told us they live and work in the greater Vancouver, Wash., area, including Ridgefield and Camas, and Portland, Ore. Those same alumni say they are serious about strengthening their communities and getting invited to Clark College events particularly those that are […]

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Clear path to graduation

Clark’s new guided pathways simplifies complexities so students reach their goals faster By Lily Raff McCaulou When Michelle Pritchard was a little girl, she once tagged along while her grandmother had a routine dental cleaning. Pritchard loved to play dentist at home, so as her grandma leaned back in the exam chair, the young girl […]

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Partners Winter Cover

Partners Winter 2017

Clear path to the finish Clark’s new guided pathways program simplifies complexities for students seeking their degrees, certificates and personal goals. Partners along path Alliances with local job centers move people quickly into jobs. Challenging oppressive systems An interview with Dr. Debi Jenkins on Clark’s strategy to pull down barriers. Available on our Podcast too. […]

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Partners along the path

    Partnerships with community organizations or job-placement agencies ensure the success of Clark’s new guided pathways program, which helps students navigate college and leads them to their desired outcome. Margit Brumbaugh, Clark College’s educational planner and former guided pathways liaison, said the purpose is to give students more structure before and at the beginning […]

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Challenging oppressive systems

Dr. Debi Jenkins speaks about systematic oppression, power and privilege By Rhonda Morin   Dr. Debi Jenkins is a highly-credentialed woman who never intended to be an academic. Originally, she took courses at Clark College for a certificate to run a daycare, but after earning her associate degree, she went on to get several degrees, […]

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Retired track coach donates athletic scholarships to Clark College in perpetuity

George Fullerton makes largest-ever donation to Clark’s athletics program By Rhonda Morin   A surprise announcement during Clark College Foundation’s annual gala resulted in an eruption of cheers, congratulations and big opportunities for future student-athletes at Clark College. Retired Clark College coach George Fullerton announced a long-term commitment of athletic scholarships during the Savoring Excellence […]

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Athletics Hall of Fame 2018

The Athletics Department announces the annual Clark College Athletics Hall of Fame banquet and induction. Gaiser Hall Student Center Doors open at 6:00 p.m. $25 per person Event starts following the men’s basketball game. Join us at the games when the Penguins play Southwestern Oregon Community College. Women’s Basketball at 2 p.m. Men’s Basketball at […]

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