Congratulations to Cohort 13P for completing the School for Graduate and Professional Studies (SGPS) Psychology Program!
Join us for the No Big Deal Party this Saturday, May 2nd! Enjoy talking with friends and faculty. Food, ping-pong, Tower of Hanoi, and, of course, Arnold the Tortoise!
Boys Town in Santa is seeking peer mentors and child care specialist. Click the click to view the various job openings.
The Orange County Department of Education is seeking after-school tutors (@$17 an hour). To apply and for more importation go to: http://www.edjoin.org/viewPosting.aspx?postingID=580292&countyID=30&onlineApp=1
Vanguard University’s own Graduate Program in Clinical Psychology will be hosting an information meeting from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 25 in the Great Commission Hall. During this time, the unique structure of this program will be explained and current students will be available to share their experiences. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and attend a portion of a class. If you attend this session and determine that this is the program for you, your application fee will be waived.
Alicia (Baldwin ’98) LaJoie and husband Mike welcomed their first child, Jonathan, on October 5, 2009. They celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary this summer!
Sarah Kang ’07 is an English teacher in Seol, South Korea. She works with junior high students and has renewed her contract to teach for another year.
Cheri Reynolds ’05 has been accepted to the Psy.D. program in Clinical Forensic Psychology at the Chicago School for Professional Psychology!
DeAnna Griffin ’01 received her M.A. in International Disaster Psychology from the University of Denver in 2008. Currently, DeAnna is a Disaster Behavioral Health Specialist with SAMHSA DTAC (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Disaster Technical Assistance Center) in Washington, DC. “It is basically mental health programming for vulnerable populations as it relates to disaster or crisis. I am assigned to different federal crisis counseling programs with SAMHSA and FEMA. Plus I get to develop curriculum for federal training (which I love: training is my favorite part of what I have been doing for the last four years!). I was an expert reviewer for the Psychological First Aid for homeless teens. I just finished a white paper this week that will go before Congress to support the Behavioral Health response to the oil spill in the Gulf.”
Karen (Harbour) Huling ’04 is working as a Program Manager for Behavioral Intervention Association, in Fresno, CA. BIA has been serving children diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Disorder in California for over 18 years.