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Public Service, Society and Education

About

Do you feel called to serve those around you? Do you want to make an impact on the world? At Clark College, you can explore human behavior, culture, and social issues while preparing yourself for a career in education or public service. This area of study is for students who are committed to changing lives and making a difference in the world.

Welcome Center

Gaiser Hall, Room 127
1933 Fort Vancouver Way
Vancouver, WA 98663

start@clark.edu
360-992-2078

Why Clark?

At Clark, you’ll develop the skills and tools to serve communities and individuals as you delve into issues of power, privilege, and inequity that today’s professionals are expected to understand. 

We offer a variety of options to launch your career—get a certification, complete your associate degree, or create a transfer plan to a four-year university.  

The Child and Family Studies program at Clark provides quality child care to the community while offering a real-world learning lab for students studying Early Childhood Education.

Area Related Programs
BAS
AA
AFA
AAS
AAT
AST-1
AST-2
CA
CP
CC
Early Childhood Education
Associate of Arts - Education
AA Interest areas (Geography, History, Political Science, Power Privilege and Inequity, Sociology, Women's Studies)