M.S. – Counseling
Awarded to continuing and graduating Cal State Fullerton students who intend to seek a career in the nonprofit sector and will advance the mission of nonprofit agencies in the community.
M.S. – Counseling
Health Science / Asian American Studies
Child and Adolescent Studies
Ira Unterman '87 congratulates 2011 NPAC Award recipient Reanna Couts. Read about Reanna here.
Founding board member Lori Redfearn '86 presents 2010 NPAC Award to Daniel Cole.
Sociology / Gerontology
Read about Christine here.
Renault, De Roche and Hernandez receive their awards from founding board member Lori Redfearn '86.
Communications / Political Science
In honor of the 10th anniversary of the Nonprofit Professionals Alumni Chapter, 4 awards were made to students pursuing nonprofit careers. Read about them here.
CSUF President Milton A. Gordon congratulates 2008 NPAC Award recipient Zakira Kalyan, whose accomplishments are described here.
Board member Karin Schnell '86 presents the 2007 NPAC Award to Angelica Haro, whose accomplishments are described here.
Elena Guzman was named the recipient of this year’s $1,000 NPAA Scholarship, in recognition of her outstanding accomplishments and her goals of pursuing a nonprofit career. Board Member Charlene Mathe ’82 ’89 announced the award to a surprised and pleased Elena at the annual awards banquet of the Kinesiology and Health Sciences Department on May 1. Read about her here.
NPAC Award recipient for 2005 was Fernando Mallory.
Board member Charlene Mathe '82 '89 congratulates 2004 NPAC Award recipient Nancy Nguyen. Read about her here.
Board member Mary O’Connor Harris ’81 presents the 2003 NPAC Award check to Leslie Marlephansakul. Read about her here.
Board President Ira Unterman '87 congratulates 2002 NPAC Award recipient Reena De Asis. Read about Reena here.
NPAA Scholarship recipient Stephanie Lomibao (center) with (from left) Gail Taylor '77 (B.A. communications), Catherine Spear '80 (M.S., clinical psychology), and Kim Bailey '98 (B.A., sociology). Read about Stephanie here. An update on Stephanie's career is included in a feature in CSUF's 2012 Community Engagement Report.