On Tuesday, Sept. 5, President Donald J. Trump ordered an end to the Obama-era program Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) that would allow undocumented child immigrants to stay in the United States. Approximately 800K young adults will now be at risk of deportation.
Before you begin your career as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), you’ll need to pass California’s MFT exams. The MFT exam process can be time-consuming and stressful—but it doesn’t have to be.
California is one of 27 states that offers the Seal of Biliteracy Award for high school graduates who can speak two languages proficiently. And at Pacific Oaks, multilingualism is widely embraced.
Pacific Oaks’ students visit Berlin to explore the experience of refugees for the “Immigration in Context” study-abroad course.
In October 2017, Pacific Oaks’ Human Development faculty member Dionne Clabaugh, Ed.D., will be one of the presenters at the University of Mexico’s Mentor Institute Conference, “A Decade of Cultivating an Inclusive Mentoring Community.”
Pacific Oaks graduate La’Kisha Simpson is helping to inspire Early Childhood Development leaders to execute three e’s in their careers: educate, equip, and empower. This motto helped her develop a career as an ECE instructor and a public speaker.
Dr. Carlene Fider visited Pasadena’s Art Center College of Design to work with the college’s Designmatters department on “Imagining the Future of the Dreamhouse,” a design studio course in partnership with Barbie and Mattel, Inc.
Are you interested in becoming a teacher in California? Before you start assigning homework and scheduling tests for your students, you’ll have to take a test yourself.
Working in the mental health field is a natural progression into social justice work, according to Dr. Donald Grant, associate dean at Pacific Oaks College. A casual glance at the writings from the former science teacher turned social activist confirms his stance.
n., The action or state of including or of being included within a group or structure. It feels like every day I have another conversation about how the state of our world feels divisive, strange, and somewhat disheartening right now.
Imagine attending an elementary or secondary school where the students have as much of a say as the teachers. No more “because I said so,” or a mandatory syllabus, or needing permission to do something as simple as use the restroom.
Dear Pacific Oaks College and Children’s School Community, I write today to directly address the deeply troubling Executive Order Donald Trump signed on Friday, January 27, 2017, restricting people from seven countries and refugees from entering the United States.