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Careers for Pioneers

Date: 11:30am PST February 20, 2010 Location: Templeton Campus Center, Stamm

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    Careers for Pioneers

Templeton Campus Center, Stamm

Join fellow alumni and parents in contributing your expertise and knowledge about career search and your careers, interviewing, internships, business practices, and education, to help students become more competitive applicants to graudate programs and jobs.

To see a list of currently registered alumni, parents, and friends, scroll past Registration to the “Who is Attending” section.

This Careers for Pioneers is specifically targeted at graduating seniors (Class of 2010), and is geared towards providing seniors with more in-depth information about the professional world, career skills, and interviewing. Space is limited, so register early.

Careers for Pioneers Details

Saturday, February 20th
11:30am - 1pm
Templeton Campus Center, Stamm
Lunch will be served

Registration


If you encounter any problem with the online registration, or have any questions, please call us at 503.786.7950.

Careers for Pioneers is a collaborative effort between the Board of Alumni, the Center for Career and Community Engagement, and the Student Alumni Association.

Who is Attending?

In addition to Board of Alumni members, whose profiles you can read here, the following alumni, parents, and friends of LC are attending:

Larry Williams ’01
Web/IT Manager at Oregon Entrepreneurs Network (OEN)
Music Major

Stephen Fox ’04
Director, Business Development Northwest at Craford Benefit Consultants
Political Science Major

Cash Skondin ’05
International Affairs Major

Melia Tichenor ’07
Eastside Program Manager at Hands On Greater Portland
Psychology Major

Duncan Taylor, parent
Experienced hiring/recruiting manager

Kathleen Bloom ’77, MS, SPHR, HR Management Certificate
Training and Development Manager, Human Resources Generalist
German and Spanish Major

Marla Tacito ’94
9 years experience working at Intel (technical and managerial) and 5 years experience working for small chemical companies
Chemistry Major

Jim Petersen ’56, J.D. ’86, M.Div and D.Min degrees
Licensed Professional Counselor and Presbyterian Clergy
Years of experience in individual and marital counseling

Bob Bevins ’89
Owner of Asia Sources, Inc.
International Affairs Major

Kathleen Kuba ’73, MBA, ESL certificate
Student Employment Specialist at Portland Community College
Communications Major

Ray Hoen ’54
Retired. Experience includes sales and sales Managent at Zellerbach Paper Co., Blue Cross of Oregon, Nissan Motor Corp; Retail auto business; RV manfacturing and sales; New York life agent; Small business ownership; Real Estate appraiser; Broker.
Business and Administration Studies Major

Brian Smith ’93
Enterprise Data Solutions Manager at Verizon Enterprise
Hispanic Studies Major

Lis Baccigaluppi ’85, MFA
Co-owner of TechKnowSolve
Health and Physical Education Major

Mary Delamater
Co-owner of TechKnowSolve

Susan Bennett Olson ’75, Ph.D.
Professor, Molecular and Medical Genetics at OHSU
Director of a clinical laboratory that provides genetic testing for patients and a research laboratory that investigatesthe genetic basis of disease, in particular, cancer.
Biology Major

Tina Buettell ’75, MPT
Physical Therapist at Generations Therapy
International Affairs Major

Christine Dorrance ’88, CPA
Director, Accounting and Finance at Wilshire Credit, Bank of America
Business and Administration Studies Major

Eric Swehla ’87, MAT ’99
6th Grade Teacher at Portland Public Schools
Political Science Major

Janet Range ’87, MAT ’07
6/7/8th Grade Teacher at Portland Public Schools and Beach School
Also has experience in non-profit social work in the Latino community
Hispanic Studies Major

Charles Watkins ’74, MBA coursework
President and CEO of Wave Form Systems, Inc.
Political Science Major

Ben Waterhouse ’06
Assistant Arts & Culture Editor at Willamette Week
English Major

Jack Venables ’56
Retired.
Business and Administration Studies Major.
You may know him as the “Voice of the Pios,” Jack has been the primary sports announcer at LC for over 30 years.

Julio Pantoja ’85
10 year’s experience working for Microsoft, including 5 years of extensive hiring and interviewing responsibilities.
Business and Administration Studies Major

Frank Lawrence ’52
Retired from a career in accounting.
Business and Administration Studies Major.

Donna Lawrence ’52
Retired from a career in teaching.
Elementary Education Major.

Liz duToit ’90 MBA ’03
Consultant at Anticipate Consulting.
Mathematics Major.

Doug Freeman ’78
Co-owner, writer/producer/consultant at Ideascape, Inc. and Arnold Creek Productions, Inc. Marketing, technical and media-based communications services. Writer and producer of educational documentaries sold worldwide.
Psychology Major with pre-Med emphasis.

Tracy Heart ’83 GRAD ’83
Therapist (LPC) at Providence and private practice.
Psychology Major.

Ray Hyde ’55
Retired Teacher with Department of Defense Dependent Schools (overseas).
Elementary Education Major.

Wendy Lucker ’92, MA in Social Work
Child and Family Therapist at LifeWorks NW Past experience includes Outward Bound, various non-profits working with youths at risk, working with the Latino population and the migrant community in Western Washington County.
Sociology/Anthropology Major.

Jessica Stern ’04
Program Associate at Business for Culture and the Arts.
Music and French Studies major.