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Partners Summer 2017 Edition

Around the table Culinary professionals agree that local farm-to-table produce and meats fortify our community. In the kitchen with Bob and Lisa Two of Clark’s busiest leaders join students to prepare a simple, nutritious summertime meal. Soldiers in the drink Two veterans focus their second careers on making wine Food park changes downtown vibe Alumni […]

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From the president

Clark is a community of people who mix together every day to help our students discover their potential. Food is the common ingredient that we share. Combine the two to get fulfillment, laughter and connection. It was fun to be a part of the “In the Kitchen” article and video for this edition of Partners. […]

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In the kitchen with Bob and Lisa

Two of Clark’s busiest leaders join students to prepare a simple, nutritious summertime meal  President Knight wants to know: “Where’s the meat?”   Robert Knight, Clark College president, loves bacon. But he’s not a fan of tofu. Then he joined Lisa Gibert, president/CEO of Clark College Foundation, and Jonathan Dutson, a Clark Machining student, in […]

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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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