Counseling Alumni Chapter
More events to come!
On April 22, current students, faculty, alumni and their families gathered for the Counseling Chapter of the Alumni Association’s Spring Picnic at beautiful Tri-City Park. We had a great turn out with more than 50 attendees plus several doggies. Children enjoyed face painting, a festive piñata and, of course, the playground. The weather couldn’t have been more perfect with clear skies, a pleasant breeze and temperatures in the 70’s. Besides tasty food and good company, the picnic provided a great networking opportunity. Several people made the decision to join the Alumni Association because of its many perks (beyond awesome events like this picnic). Be sure to mark your calendars for the Counseling Chapter’s fall event--it promises to be just as fun!
Counseling Chapter & Graduate Counseling Student Association Host Annual Party
The Counseling Alumni Chapter gathered again for their annual dinner party with the Graduate Counseling Student Association on February 26 at the Golleher Alumni House. Faculty, alumni, students, as well as family and friends gathered to enjoy tacos, drinks and socializing.
Rebecca Pistilli MS ’05, Secretary of the Counseling Chapter remarked "It's wonderful to be a part of such a caring and supportive group of individuals so dedicated to helping others."
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Alumni Star of "Criminal Minds" in Area
"Criminal Minds" star and CSUF graduate Kirsten Vangsness (B.A. theatre arts '96) is scheduled to join fellow cast members of the CBS drama on Sunday, Aug. 19, at the Laguna Beach Festival of the Arts.
Earning Tuffy Bucks
Cal State Fullerton's Office of Environmental Health and Safety have instituted "Tuffy Bucks," a new incentive program to encourage students, staff and faculty members to learn and use safe work habits to stay safe and healthy on campus
Safety Training Recognized
Cari Elofson of Cal State Fullerton's Environmental Health and Safety Office is honored by American Society of Safety Engineers.
The Counseling Chapter was officially chartered with the goal of joining CSUF Counseling Alumni together and creating an opportunity to interact and network with fellow alumni in the field.
The chapter leadership strives to provide opportunities to gather their alumni together to achieve this. Their annual events include a Holiday Networking event as well as an End–of–the–year Mixer. The chapter continues their work to find new avenues through which to develop opportunities for training and networking for its members.
The Counseling Chapter is still in development and is continuing to build its membership base as well as its chapter leadership. If interested in becoming involved, please contact Mary Read at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Veronica de Fernandez M.S. '05 & Erika Hayden M.S. '05
Romana Pires M.A. '05, M.S. '07