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Ministry in the Media

Growing up in South Carolina, Digital Communication and Design major Julia Findley dreamed of a career in media. As a child, she was obsessed with news and politics, hoping one day to become a journalist or a news anchor.  When Julia was fourteen, her…

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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…

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Breaking Free

Josh Garcia thought he had it all together - a fulfilling job, a beautiful fiance, and a baby on the way. He was living his best life. Then one day, his “perfect” world came to a screeching halt.
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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…

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Protecting the Environment through Hands-On Science

Jessup students have the unique privilege of working alongside scientists and scholars through Jessup’s Institute of Biodiversity and the Environment (IBE). This interdisciplinary community of scholars and scientists study and help protect biodiversity locally, regionally, and across the world. Thanks to the diligent efforts…

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A Match Made at Preview Day

Freshman Alyssa Flores dreamed of attending a Christian college where she could get involved in a theater and music program. She was encouraged to check out Jessup after a friend from church recommended it. “I came to a Preview Day and thought, ‘Wow, I…

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Excellence on the Course and in the Classroom

We are proud of our student-athletes and their dedication to their sport and their academics. Balancing a full class load with a rigorous sports schedule takes determination, commitment, and exceptional time management skills. “With the added requirements of a sport on top of the…

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A Degree for the Digital Age

In the ever-evolving digital world, it can be intimidating for a university’s communication department to stay relevant and keep up with the accelerating pace of change. That’s not the case for Jessup’s Digital Communication and Design program. “We’ve put together a fantastically multi-purpose degree,”…

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Deep Thinking with a Biblical Perspective

Every February, the Faculty of Theology hosts its annual Spring Lecture Series, featuring some of the leading thinkers of our day. Dr. Cynthia Shafer-Elliott, Ph.D. founded the series in Spring 2013 to give students, faculty, and the wider Sacramento community the opportunity to listen,…

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Marketing in the Real World

Jessup students in Professor Scott Alvord’s upper-division marketing classes learn how marketing aspects apply to everything from small businesses to major corporations.  His 2018 and 2019 marketing classes had a number of opportunities to take these theoretical concepts and apply them in the real…

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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…

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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…

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