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    February 19
    “I would advise graduating seniors to accept any opportunity to do something they suspect might be good for them. Whether that means traveling for a bit, picking up some odd jobs, or accepting an unexpectedly cozy position doesn’t really matter so long as it’s done earnestly.”
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    December 5
    “I spent quite a fair amount of time working in jobs that didn’t fit on any linear path to where I am today, and it’s hard in those circumstances not to get discouraged about your future prospects. But it’s important to remember that these hiccups have happened to everyone who’s ever gone on to do something interesting.”
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    February 18
    2012
    Amber Case is a cyborg anthropologist and a cofounder of Geoloqi, a company that developed a platform for real-time location-based services. She has been featured in Forbes and Wired magazines, spoken at SXSW, TED and MIT on technology and humans, and was named by Fast Company as one of the Most Influential Women in Technology in 2010. She studies the interaction between humans and computers and how relationships with information are changing the way cultures think, act, and understand their worlds.
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    January 30
    Native Portlander, Giuseppe Baffaro, graduated from Lewis & Clark in 2011 with a degree in Economics. A member of the baseball and golf teams, Giuseppe is an avid supporter of all Pacific Northwest sports teams, especially the Blazers. His interest in economics led him to his current position as a mortgage broker with Premier Mortgage Resources.
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    April 30
    Kate Grieve Ed.S. ’09 has been named New Hampshire’s School Psychologist of the Year. The honor is bestowed by the New Hampshire Association of School Psychologists in recognition of outstanding service to the profession.
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    April 23
    Alumnus Jesse Lowes M.A.T. has been named a National Geographic Grosvenor Teacher Fellow. Along with 34 other fellows, Lowes will be going on a 10-day professional development expedition in the Galapagos Islands in September operated by Lindblad Expeditions.
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    February 26
    Andy Van Fleet, Initial Administrator License ’09, has been named principal of Tigard High School and begins work in July, 2015.
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    November 25
    Sara McGowan M.A.T. ’01 combines her love of language and learning in the Spanish/English community school she founded in Costa Rica.
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    April 30
    Hunter Franks ’08 just made the “Good 100” list by Good Magazine for his creation of the San Francisco Postcard Project.
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    February 18
    Hailing from Tacoma, Washington, Aukeem Ballard ’11 used to joke about how funny it would be if he one day became a teacher. A few years and a few college degrees later, Aukeem changed his tune. After receiving his bachelors and masters degrees from Lewis & Clark, this Woodrow Wilson Rockefeller Brother’s Fund Fellow can be found teaching communication and social studies at Lane Middle School in southeast Portland.
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    February 29
    The folks in 3CE caught up with Carolyn Worthge, over winter break to hear more about her experience working with the ONE Campaign as a Faiths Act Fellow with the Tony Blair Faith Foundation. Carolyn, originally from San Mateo, California, graduated from Lewis & Clark in May 2011 with a degree in Sociology/Anthropology and a minor in Music.
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    April 6
    Alumnus Tim Swinehart takes on climate change in a new book for teachers
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    November 10
    In their annual rankings for “best jobs”, U.S. News has included school psychology as the top social service career to consider in 2014. Also ranked are substance abuse counselor, marriage and family therapist, and mental health counselor, Rankings are based on hiring demand and other factors.
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    November 7
    Graduate students launch a non-profit to support a counselor training center in Uganda.
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    July 30
    After discussing counseling services that were missing in the Portland area, the founders of PorchLight Custom Counseling—Justin Cox M.A. ’12, Llew Richards M.A. ’13, Mica Richards, Holly Roland M.A. ’12, and Siddarth Venkatachalam M.A. ’12 —had an idea to offer their many counseling specialties at affordable rates, around the clock.
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    July 1
    Karen Pugsley M.Ed. ’03 has been named principal at Newberg’s Chehalem Valley Middle School.
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    June 24
    Get to know Ian Alistair Lake B.A. ’13, M.A.T. ’14, a recent graduate of Lewis & Clark’s master of arts in teaching program.
    Meet Ian.
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    June 12
    Even one year out of college, our alumni already find themselves making a difference in the world—through employment, service opportunities, and other endeavors. How does that break down? See for yourself what a sample of the Class of 2013 reported.
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    June 12
    It’s a burning question for many students as they choose their college. Maybe you already know what you want to study and have a career plan—or maybe you’re waiting to explore some new subjects before you make a decision. Whatever your major is, a Lewis & Clark education will prepare you for diverse career paths. Here’s what a sampling of our alumni from the Classes of 1999 to 2013 are doing.
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    Through our consistently top-ranked overseas programs, our students research in dynamic environments, build cultural and linguistic fluency, and prepare for lives as global leaders.

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    June 12
    A fast-growing hub, our Center for Entrepreneurship offers courses, workshops, and an incubator and launch fund for student-led ventures to help students build entrepreneurial skills for any career path.

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    Over half of our students participate in internships, which they credit with providing invaluable practical experience as well as insights into their future career possibilities. They find interesting and meaningful experiences locally, nationally, and across the globe.

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    June 12
    Our Career Development Center offers programs and services to students beginning with New Student Orientation and continuing through graduation and beyond. These services include workshops, visits to employers, networking events, and individual counseling.

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    June 11
    In a recent commentary for the Huffington Post, Moé Yonamine M.A.T. ’10 revealed an untold story behind Japanese internment during World War II.
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    May 29
    In Botswana, Jack Swenson B.A. ’79 and his photo-safari guests conceal themselves in an underground blind, observing doves and impala at a nearby watering hole.
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    May 27
    Growing up in southwest Oregon, Don Grotting Ed. Ad. ’00 and his four siblings lived in a house with no indoor plumbing until he was a sophomore at Coquille High School.
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    May 27
    Jocelyn Stokes B.A. ’07 launched the Survival of the Sun Bears awareness campaign and documentary film project through her media company, Wild & Stoked Productions.
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    April 23
    Four PMHC graduates create their private practice Living Groove Counseling.
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    April 7
    Students in our doctor of education leadership program are changing schools from the inside out. Meet some of them.
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    April 1
    Lewis & Clark’s most decorated NCAA women’s basketball player has added another milestone to her long list of accomplishments.
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