Partners Spring 2017

Not such a dirty job Few women chose trade jobs. Clark is changing the perception of these jobs Trades network has your back Alumni in the trades Funding the future Growth and stability in our community hinges on balanced state funding Student tackle the cost of textbooks Clark students take action in Olympia Reinventing himself […]

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From the president

e’re your neighbors. We welcome you to our campus to take a course so you can learn a new skill or indulge in a passion, watch Clark students put on a play, borrow a book from our library shelves or—by this fall—sample our baking in our remodeled kitchen. Every day in our neighborhood, faculty and […]

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Reinventing himself

A life of crime or productivity? Guess which one Mitchell Jackson ’93 chose. By Rhonda Morin itchell S. Jackson ’93 had an attitude. He had the moves. He was going to be a professional basketball player. Yet, he never made it past the first season of his inaugural year playing for Clark College in 1993. […]

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Hall of Fame Beth Hamrick Graves

Women’s Basketball 1994-1995 In one short season, Beth Hamrick Graves performed on the court like no other woman in the history of Clark College. Averaging 23 points per game, she still holds the NWAACC record during a tournament by averaging 29.3 points per game. She also led the NWAACC in free-throw percentage during the 1994-95 […]

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Hall of Fame Kalani Rodrigues

Men’s Track & Field Champion 2001-2003 In the 2002-2003 season, Kalani Rodrigues was a multiple NWAACC champion. He placed first in the 400 meters, 4×100 meter relay and the 4×400 meter relay. At the conclusion of his Clark career, he held four All-American titles, Sophomore of the Year honor and several school records. Soon after graduating from […]

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Partners Winter 2016

Ingredients for success Upcoming Tod and Maxine McClaskey Culinary Institute will be a plus for the regional cuisine and baking industries Sugar and spice and everything nice Alumna’s dream becomes popular downtown business RAMPing up online Mechatronics goes digital, expands access to rural students Out of the cold and into optimism Students struggling with homelessness […]

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From the president

Clark College campuses teem with thousands of students each year pursuing their higher education goals. Our donors are central to their success by providing scholarships and program support so that students get an opportunity to enhance their quality of life and enrich the community. As 2016 draws to a close and I pause to reflect, […]

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There she is

Alicia Cooper ’15 makes Top 5 at Miss America competition Alicia Cooper ’15 is the Miss America 3rd Runner Up in 2016. Photo provided by Alicia Cooper Current Miss Washington and two-time Miss Clark County winner Alicia Cooper ’15 took to the national stage in September at the Miss America competition and placed third runner-up […]

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