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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In 2019, the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) held its third annual Student Ethics Competition. According to AAMFT’s website, the competition is designed to encourage marriage and family therapy students to foster an interest in ethics issues and enhance their ability to analyze and respond to the various ethics issues that they will undoubtedly encounter throughout their careers
The 4th annual MENTE Summit’s mission is to bring together high school Latinx males to connect with community leaders and professionals in order to encourage them to pursue higher education.
Lewis & Clark continues to respond with changes in policy and guidelines for operation that support the health and well-being of all members of the community.