New program fosters sense of Clark community in a virtual world
IDCE's Sharon Hanna advising a student.
Clark’s graduate students have had solid success in the recent job market thanks to their diligence, dedication, and experience. The positive results are all indicative of early engagement with Clark’s career planning resources, including conversations with advisers and alumni, and polishing résumé and interview skills. Resilience and patience have been the keys to success since the onset of COVID-19.
Clark University faculty, students, and staff now have free access to more than 20,000 expert-led courses through LinkedIn Learning, an on-demand platform that teaches skills across a variety of subjects.
Clark University’s School of Management (SOM) is launching three new graduate programs — marketing, marketing analytics, and accounting analytics — for fall 2020. Students will have the option of full- or part-time enrollment, with a select number of courses available online, and can complete a degree in one academic year.
As deputy cultural development officer for the City of Worcester, Che Anderson’s mantra is “Have an impact; do cool things” — words that have guided his personal and professional journey to become a more civic-minded public employee.
Samantha Arsenault ’15, M.A. ’16 realizes that every part of the addiction spectrum has been affected by the “perfect storm” of COVID-19. Those affected by addiction will face even greater challenges during this time as people are forced to stay at home, away from their communities, support networks, and regular activities. The pandemic is taxing all areas of the health care system, including treatment and recovery services.