Clark Partners magazine Spring 2020

 In Editing, Writing

“I don’t consider myself a Joan of Arc type of person. I don’t look back to see what wonderful things I did. But I have to say, I was very pleased that (those things) happened.”     ~ George Oberg Jr. ’58


Time will tell
50 years of activism by Clark alumnus George Oberg helped to shape the Northwest LGBTQIA+ movement.

COVID-19: The world has changed
The pandemic has increased students’ needs. Here’s how you can help today and for the long-term.

New Clark president
Dr. Karin Edwards has a history of closing achievement gaps, working in equity and building partnerships with businesses.

Music defines him
Autism used to shape Ian Engelsman’s interactions with others; now music is this Clark College drummer’s guiding force.

Getting back more than they give
Long-time Clark College volunteers exude the benefits of their commitment to Clark, the community.

Outstanding Alumni and Rising Star Alumni Award
We celebrate Clark College alumni who are making a difference on the local and world stage, and at Clark. They are leaders. They make substantial contributions to their communities. They produce outstanding achievements. They are truly inspiring people.

Posted with permission from Clark College Foundation

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