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Career Center offers advice on internships and job search amid COVID-19

Many California Baptist University students are learning that their summer internships and entry-level jobs might be affected by COVID-19. As many companies have already canceled their internship programs over the summer because of COVID-19-related concerns, the upcoming weeks will be crucial in determining the fate of students’ summer jobs and internships. Lisa Singer, associate director […]

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CBU receives approval for new online doctoral program

California Baptist University Online and Professional Studies (OPS) received approval from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges for a new online program for a doctor of education (Ed.D.) in Organizational Change and Administration degree on March 27. The CBU Board of Trustees approved the program in January. According to CBU Online, the new fully […]

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ISP meets remotely despite canceled trips

California Baptist University officially canceled all International Service Project (ISP) travel for this summer March 17 in response to safety concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but teams are still meeting remotely to encourage one another and connect, sometimes even with the field workers and students they were set to meet overseas. Each year, CBU works […]

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CBU community reflects on training despite trip cancellations

Before the outbreak of COVID-19, the Office of Spiritual Life planned to send California Baptist University students on trips to New Orleans and Puerto Rico over spring break. The program was canceled March 12, but its planned participants continue to reflect on how they can apply the lessons of their training to help them in […]

Alex Iannone | Banner Zach Kessler, Junior, mechanical engineering major signs up for a chance to get a meal swipe to the Alumni Dining Commons provide by Community Life during the Fall 2019 club fair.

CBU clubs transition to virtual gatherings

As a result of the recent transition to remote instruction, many of California Baptist University’s student clubs are resorting to new methods of building community. Since students can no longer gather together, club presidents and directors are utilizing alternative solutions such as Instagram Live and YouTube. Taylor Altizer, assistant director of Campus Activities, shed light […]

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CBU’s First Year Experience partners with College of Nursing

California Baptist University’s First Year Experience program has teamed up with the Interprofessional Education Learning Resource Center at the College of Nursing to train FYE leaders using simulation experiences. The Fall 2020 FYE team is made up of 82 student leaders and 8 interns. The FYE administrators, assisted by staff members at the College of […]

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Students participate in 5K for Malawi hunger crisis

Around 40 participants took their marks on the morning of March 7 for the Move for Malawi 5K, a fundraiser to aid the hunger crisis in Malawi. The proceeds will benefit Benita Africa Mission, a ministry that partners with missionaries in Africa to support people evangelically, economically and socially. The 5K was hosted by California […]

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Study abroad extends application deadline

The study abroad program at California Baptist University has extended its application deadline for the fall 2020 semester to June 1 because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The application process starts with an email to Garrett English, the director of Academic Engagement. English will then walk students through the process, including how to find an appropriate […]