As an alumnus of the graduate school, you are part of an enduring legacy of professionals dedicated to the ideals of social justice and service to schools and communities.
In support of your continued professional growth, the graduate school is pleased to offer a variety of alumni services and benefits.
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Lewis & Clark’s alumni magazine is published three times a year for alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of Lewis & Clark.
An alumnus of the Lewis & Clark educational administration program, Don Grotting, has been named Oregon’s 2014 Superintendent of the Year.
The Office of Financial Aid has partnered with American Student Assistance to bring students and alumni practical tips on managing their spending and loan repayment.
Maureen Callahan completed her school administration credential at Lewis & Clark in 1999.
A group of counseling psychology alumni won a venture competition to create a start-up that provides cutting-edge eating disorder treatments.
Jessica Singer Early, M.A.T. ‘97, recently published Real World Writing for Secondary Students, which uses the college admissions essay and other “real world” writing as a frame for how teachers can encourage students to explore their unique life stories.