Posted July 15th, 2014 by & filed under Diversity Dialogue, Featured, Student Reflections and Updates, Top News.
Claudia Escareño-Clark explores the impact that assimilation and being an immigrant have had and how this will impact her work with clients. …
Posted February 7th, 2014 by & filed under Featured, Student Reflections and Updates, Top News.
What I have learned at Southwestern College is that each quarter brings with it new experiences. Sometimes they are wrapped in neat little packages with cute little bows, and sometimes whatever I receive I’d like to send back and pretend it was addressed to someone else. That being said, sometimes the most painful experiences lead…
Posted January 27th, 2014 by & filed under Advice for Prospective Students, Featured, Student Reflections and Updates, SWC Blog, Top News.
As graduate assistants at Southwestern College we get to do a variety of tasks, depending on our strengths and interests. While doing social media and blogging, I came up with the idea last fall to do a series of videos. What I realized is that while I was fortunate enough to already be living…
Posted December 24th, 2013 by & filed under Advice for Prospective Students, Featured, Student Reflections and Updates, Top News.
"You will gain a second family that is much like your own . . . silly, funny, supportive, loving, beautiful, and special." - Krystle Cardoza
Most Southwestern students are not locals. Several of us made the move from New England states, others from Florida, and some even from as far as Alaska. For many, myself…
Posted December 11th, 2013 by & filed under Featured, Student Reflections and Updates, Top News, Where Do Southwestern College Grads Work?.
"My clients are the best of my teachers, and I am forever grateful to them." - Karen Wennberg
A few months after graduation, I worked up the courage to take a job offer serving a population that is often avoided and forgotten by society. Addiction brings individuals affected to a place where there is little…
Posted October 23rd, 2013 by & filed under Featured, Student Reflections and Updates, Top News.
“Beautiful Girl” by Claudia Escareño-Clark and Gabby Valdez
My assignment for my Multicultural class was to pick a topic “Outside of my Comfort Zone” pertaining to a cultural view. I chose to make a film documentary, which took much discerning to make public, about body image. In seeing the final cut, it was such…