2016-2017 Year in Review

Last year our students provided more than 1 Million Hours of service in communities around the world

Each of our students and alumni choose to make an impact in the world in different ways.
The one thing they all share is a commitment to service.

Life Saver

At Dallas Nursing Institute, Michelle Williams learned to turn her compassion into care. Now, she is overseeing the holistic care of patients as the RN Care Manager at Baylor University Medical Center.

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From Red Cross to Prevail

Nupur Raval knew she wanted to work in community health. With the lessons she learned at The Chicago School, she’s able to provide resources to those in need—including victims of natural disasters.

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The Open School Opens Minds

Pushing back against education that he saw as rigid and authoritarian, Pacific Oaks graduate Ben Page launched The Open School—the first and only free democratic school in Orange, CA.

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Learn more about how each of our schools are advancing community impact through their agents of change.

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Dr. Orson Morrison, Psy.D.

Graduate of The Chicago School’s Psy.D. Clinical Psychology program, Orson Morrison talks about his experience as an international student, addressing community violence, and his work at DePaul’s Family and Community Services.

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Eshele Williams, Psy.D. LMFT

Pacific Oaks graduate, Eshele Williams, talks about how her experience has transformed her life and led to a successful career as a Therapist & Consultant Specializing in Foster Care and Adoption.

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Kelly Hudson, Ph.D.

Kelly Hudson discusses her experience at Saybrook University, and how the progressive approach to education informs her work with children as Director of Precious Little Ones Child Development Academy.

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Joyce Dudley, J.D.

Joyce Dudley discusses how the exceptional legal education that she received at The Santa Barbara & Ventura Colleges of Law led her to become the District Attorney of Santa Barbara County.

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Amy Guin, LVN

Amy Guin speaks to the power DNI had in changing her life—helping to develop a higher level of empathy that informs how she provides care to patients.