Pacific Oaks College (PO) announced the Gretchen Brooke Memorial Scholarship in fall 2016, a merit scholarship awarded to eligible Northern California-based students who exemplify the values of PO.
For those interested in psychology and helping others, a Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) can open up a variety of career opportunities.
Myriam Avery built on her Pacific Oaks College master’s thesis to open an international adoption agency. Today, this proud alumna is bringing hope to children who wait around the globe for a family to call their own.
As Pacific Oaks College’s first student to study abroad in South Africa, recent graduate Paula Swearingen reflects on how the experience prepared her for her current role in early childhood education.
Pacific Oaks alumna Susan Wood lives her mission delivering science, technology, engineering, and math curriculum in early childhood education settings.
The teacher education program at Pacific Oaks gives its graduates the tools and knowledge to handle today’s culturally diverse classrooms with dignity and respect for both the teachers and the students.
Coursework in the human development degree program is comprised of learning to understand the often complex issues that people deal with throughout a lifetime.
Take a look at what is required to become an elementary school teacher in California, and how an online teaching credential can help.
Obtaining an M.A. Early Childhood Education degree can be a challenging, but worthwhile, task. Find out how.
As an alumna of the Children’s School, what would you describe as some of your best memories there?