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Elem MAT '16 employment rate: 100%

  • Analesa Zimmerman, 3rd grade

    North Clackamas School District
  • Zachary Seay, 4th grade

    Kent School District, WA
  • Leslie Robert, 5th grade

    New Mexico
  • Louisa Resner, 5th grade

  • Hayley Reinauer, 5th grade

    North Clackamas School District
  • Jessica Ramirez Vasquez, 2nd or 3rd grade

    Hillsboro School District
  • Brent Raleigh, kindergarten

    Umatilla School District
  • Rachel Nelson, kindergarten

    West Linn-Wilsonville School District
  • Lauren Miller, 2nd and 3rd grade

    Private School

  • Sonia Lauer, kindergarten

    Tigard-Tualatin School District
  • Noah Johnson-Greenough, 2nd grade

    Portland Public School
  • Kaitlin Hunter, elementary

  • Caitlin Hudson, elementary

    Oregon City School District
  • Lauren Hall, 4th grade

    Evergreen School District, WA
  • Spencer Griffin, 4th

    Lake Oswego School District
  • Emma Goldsmith, 4th grade

    North Clackamas School District
  • Tara Fagan, 5th grade

    David Douglas School District
  • Kristen Dysinger, 2nd grade

    Salem-Keizer School District
  • Corinne Contreras, 1st grade

    Evergreen School District, WA
  • Nicholas Chully, kindergarten

    Portland Public Schools
  • Kristina Chou, 3rd grade

    Beaverton School District
  • Amanda Buckmister, 4th grade

    Steilacoom Historical District


Many area administrators have commented that hiring a Lewis & Clark graduate is like hiring a second-year teacher—you’re that well-prepared.

Video: Abby, Katie, and Brina talk about how student teaching prepared them to find jobs after graduation


“Our best hires have come from Lewis & Clark. These graduates are making a big difference in the classroom and our community. If I was entertaining going back to school to become a teacher, Lewis & Clark would be my number one choice.”

—Randy Brosius, Associate Principal, Evergreen School District

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