Graduate School Admissions
Who is a Lewis & Clark Graduate Student?
An agent of change, committed to serving others. Lewis & Clark offers programs for passionate educators and mental health professionals who want to engage communities and transform people’s lives.
A collaborator with outstanding faculty. Our faculty members, experts with deep ties to the field, are dedicated to supporting and encouraging you in your work. They are advocates for equity and access, committed scholars, and expert practitioners.
A competitive job candidate. Graduates of Lewis & Clark enter the job market with extensive professional experience and rigorous curricular preparation.
An engaged member of their community. Everything we do is rooted in communities and emphasizes the importance of equity and service to others. Through internships and practica, our students spend nearly 200,000 hours per year making a difference in local mental health agencies and schools.
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The objective of this blog as a course tool is linked to culturally responsive teaching practices—recognizing the importance of including students’ cultural references in all aspects of learning.
What does a block party look like in east Portland? During the second annual Arte Soleil block party held on September 14, it looked like dozens of families spending a summer day building community and having crafty fun.
Spearheaded and championed by Professor Mary Andrus, new legislation signed into law by Oregon Governor Kate Brown (JD ’85) earlier this year will create new licensure requirements and protections for art therapists practicing in Oregon.