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Preparing Administrative Educators for Exceptional Leadership

Jessup’s School of Education prepares educators for leadership roles so they can reach with compassion, teach with excellence, and learn for lifelong impact. For 16 years, we have offered an exceptional teaching credential program through our School of Education. We are excited to announce that the School of Education will begin offering a leadership option to the community.  After two years of dreaming and…

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Optimal Learning Both Online and in the Classroom with Scott Roberts, Ph.D.

Scott Roberts, Ph.D. fell in love with the idea of teaching while pursuing his undergraduate degree. After working for several years in the medical field, his passion for teaching never waned. He received his Ph.D., became a professor, and never looked back. Scott is now part of Jessup’s Faculty of Health, Applied, and Natural Sciences and serves as the Associate Dean and professor. He’s…

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Following God Down an Unconventional Road with Michael Granchukoff, Ph.D.

Michael Granchukoff, Ph.D.’s road to Jessup was anything but ordinary. As a successful restaurant manager, he helped usher Boudin SF into the Sacramento area. But after a few years, Michael felt God telling him he could make a greater eternal impact as an educator. Today, Michael mentors and oversees graduate students as they pursue careers in teaching and school administration. It’s a pleasure to…

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Jessup’s MACP Program is now in San Jose

Mary Jean Walton, LMFT is the Director of Jessup's Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (MACP) program in San Jose. This is a popular program at our Rocklin campus and we're thrilled it's now offered at our San Jose location as well. The MACP leadership team graciously sat down with us to tell us more about the program and why it's so important to…

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Life, Learning, and Leadership with Derek Zahnd, Ph.D.

For over twenty-years, Derek Zahnd has served as a church-planter in Mexico and a pastor in Sacramento.  His research has focused on Globalization, Ecclesiology, and Leadership.  He brings a vibrant outlook on Christian leadership -- in the culture and the church.  Derek spent a few minutes telling us about his journey.  Please welcome him to our Q&A discussion today. How many years have you…

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An Unconventional Calling with Unexpected Blessings

Lorie McCann is no stranger to hard work. She started her own business, worked as a campus supervisor, substitute taught middle school and taught adult education at Heald College - all while raising three children! So, when she decided to go back to school for her Master of Arts in Teaching, she was prepared for the challenge.  “Teaching wasn’t always my dream,” said McCann.…

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MBA Graduate Now Technical Lead at Bay Area Start-Up

Mongolian native, Ben Mandakh had no idea how dramatically his life would change when he moved to the United States in 2014. As a new believer, he wanted to find accountability and discipleship in a church community. He found fellowship at Bayside Granite Bay and discovered Sacramento Mongolian Church where he volunteered with the youth group and worship team. While he continued learning and…

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Unconventional Career Paths for MACP Graduates

While marriage and family counseling, school counseling, and general clinical counseling might seem like obvious career paths for Jessup’s Master in Counseling Psychology (MACP) graduates, there are many unconventional career paths for masters in counseling graduates. Nearly every industry could use someone with a counseling background and unique psychology insight. Here are just a few outside-the-box career ideas for counseling graduates:  Pastoral counseling This…

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What can you do with a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology?

Choosing a career path can daunting for many college graduate students, especially when their chosen program has a wide variety of job options. This is especially true for students in Jessup’s Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (MACP) program.  Although Jessup’s MACP program is designed to meet California’s state requirements for the Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) and the Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) licenses,…

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Go Finish that College Degree

We’ve all had “what if” moments in our lives, especially when it comes to finishing our college degree. “What ifs” keep us up at night. They hinder progress and prevent us from following our dreams and achieving lifelong goals. But “what if” completing a bachelor’s or master’s degree on your time and schedule was possible? Wouldn’t it be worth checking out?  While completing a…

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