Free Community Job Fair: May 28

Organizations are hiring! Meet with local employers, attend workshops, and network with others at a free job fair on Wednesday, May 28.

Warner Pacific Job Fair May 2014

Looking for a great job in the Portland area? Come to a free community job fair at Warner Pacific College on Wednesday, May 28. Employers in Portland are hiring so remember to bring your resume.

Warner Pacific College’s Adult Degree Program is hosting a free community job fair where you can meet with a broad range of local employers who are actively hiring and attend free workshops. The event offers a great opportunity for adults seeking employment and career advancement.

When:              Wednesday, May 28, from 10:00 am – 2:30 pm (no rsvp required)

Where:             Warner Pacific College’s McGuire Auditorium, 2219 SE 68th Ave., Portland

  • Plenty of free parking

What:              Free community job fair

  • Employment workshops: Maximizing your Job Search and Navigating the Online Application Process
  • Local employers that have three or more job openings, including a broad range of industries, from large companies such as Kaiser Permanente, UPS, Oregon Health Authority, Costco, to state and city agencies, to local banks and small businesses

Contact:      Shirell Hennessy 503.517.1338

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Campus Preview Days (April 14-15). RSVP Now.

RSVPExperience living on a college campus for a night.

Dates: April 14-15, 2014 (see below for RSVP information)
Check in Monday, April 14: 3:00 pm
Check out Tuesday, April 15: 3:30 pm

Ready to participate in classes, chat with your peers, and join in the daily activities of a college student at a urban, Christian college? Now is your chance to live the experience by attending WPC Spring Preview Days.

What to expect: It all begins on Monday with a meet-and-greet where professors and current students will welcome you to campus.

While at WP you will:

  • be a student participating in a class
  • interact with other students, staff, and faculty
  • enjoy an event hosted by our College Activities Board
  • spend the night in our residence halls getting to know your Preview Day roommates
  • See how you can flourish at a liberal-arts, Christian college

Exclusive t-shirt, overnight stay, all activities, and meals in included in the $25 event fee

You will also have the chance to apply to WPC with the $50 application WAIVED!

Come experience the fullness of on-campus living and be a special part of the Warner Pacific community.

What to bring: Sleeping bag, pillow, toiletries, and application materials you need to submit (transcripts, test scores, letters of recommendation, etc.).

Please be sure your belongings are well labeled.

RSVP: Registration is mandatory, so please register online or call us at 503.517.1020 or toll-free at 800.804.1510 to get signed up today. Also, please fill out this release form and bring it with you.



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President’s Tea was a great success. Thank you!

Warner Pacific President's Tea 2014 by Kai HayashiDr. Andrea Cook, President of Warner Pacific College, hosted the fifth annual President’s Tea & Scholarship Auction on Saturday, April 12, 2014.

It was a wonderful success.  We surpassed our fundraising goal of $85,000 by raising over $91,000 to benefit the to benefit our Urban Service Track of the Act Six Leadership & Scholarship Initiative.

The Tea was our opportunity to celebrate the significance of the Acts Six program in the lives of our students.  We are extremely grateful to Warner Pacific’s friends and supporters who gave so generously at this year’s event.

ent's Tea 2014 by Kai HayashiWe hope to see you at the 2015 Tea on Saturday, April 18, 2015.



Thank you to our major sponsors
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ASWPC Leadership for 2014-15

We are excited to officially announce the ASWPC for the 2014-2015 academic year:

Student Government

President: Jake Tront
Vice President: Luwam Kahassay
Commuter Rep: Hayley Tragis
Operations Manager: tba
Communications Manager: tba

Student Diversity Council

SDC Rep.: Britny Belcher
Marketing Manager: Cathy Lara
Research & Financial Manager: Kori Desimone
SMC Manager: Emily Potts

College Activities Board

CAB Chair: Jose Cazares
Director of Daily Operations: Liz Dominguez
Marketing & Advertising Coordinator: Thalia Garcia Aguilar
Warner Pac Representative: Quincy Jones
Intramural Representative: Ricardo Ruiz

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Knights Athletic Spring Roundup

Warner Pacific Knights golfer Kendall Cowley

Kendall Cowley

Basketball season is over; however, many spring sports are just starting. Here’s what has been happening with the Knights.

Men’s Basketball

The Knight finished with a 16-15 record, and fell short of their goal of a 9th straight trip to the NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) National Tournament. Doug Thomas led the team with 15.9 points per game and he and teammate Ryan Parks were named All-Cascade Conference team following the season.

Women’s Basketball

It was a rough season for Lady Knights basketball as the team ended the year with a 6-23 record. Jordan Wilcox made 61 three pointers during the season, and was voted Honorable Mention All-Cascade Conference. Senior Jacki Cannon was named Academic All-Cascade Conference.


The WPC golfers began their spring season with a trip to the Corban Invitational in Salem, Oregon. Freshman Malu Rosenthal turned in his best ever result by placing 7th overall.


Deborah O’Dell and Christi Avery represented the Knights at the NAIA Indoor National Championships. Deborah O’Dell placed 12th in the high jump event by clearing a height of 5 feet 3 inches, while Avery placed 19th in the 60 meters in a time of 7.91 seconds.

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Wrestling Receives Grant from US Wrestling Foundation

Start up costs can be an obstacle to launching any new athletic program and wrestling is no different, but the newest sport on campus at Warner Pacific College received a major boost with a generous grant from the US Wrestling Foundation.

“We are very thankful to the US Wrestling Foundation and the National Wrestling Coaches Association for their willingness to help,” said Jamie Joss, Warner Pacific’s Director of Athletics. “The ability to defray our costs as we begin our new wrestling teams will allow us to push forward with confidence in our inaugural season and improve the experience for our student-athletes.”

Read more about the Foundation Grant…

(from National Wrestling Coaches Association’s website)
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7 Money Rules for Life | Mary Hunt of Debt-Proof Living

Mary-Hunt-webWarner Pacific is thrilled to have Mary Hunt, of Debt-Proof Living, visit our campus on Wednesday, April 9, to share life changing strategies for better money management.

You are invited to her free 60-minute seminar where you will learn Mary’s “7 Money Rules for Life.”

Money management is not difficult. And it’s even easier if you learn how to manage money before you make mistakes that can have a severe impact on your future.

Mary will teach you seven straightforward rules for life that are so simple, you can fit on the back of a business card.

You will learn them, memorize them, and have them embedded into your heart and mind … for life!

  • When: Wednesday, April 9, starting at 7 pm
  • Location: Warner Pacific College, Egtvedt Room 203
  • Cost: Free
  • No RSVP but seating is limited
  • Refreshments provided

About Mary Hunt

Mary Hunt is an award winning and bestselling author, syndicated columnist, and sought-after motivational speaker, who created a global platform that is making strides to help men and women battle the epidemic impact of consumer debt. She is the founder of Debt-Proof Living, a highly regarded organization consisting of an interactive website, a monthly newsletter, a daily syndicated column, and hundreds of thousands of loyal followers. Now in its twentieth year, DPL is dedicated to its mission to provide hope, help and realistic solutions for individuals who are committed to financially responsible, and debt-free living. As a speaker, Mary travels extensively, addressing conferences, corporations, colleges, universities, and churches at home and abroad. A frequent guest on radio and television, Mary has appeared on dozens of television shows including Dr. Phil, Good Morning America, Oprah, Fox and Friends, Focus on the Family, and Dateline.

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Warner Pacific is Part of Oregon Private College Week (July 28 – August 1)

The Alliance to Host Oregon Private College Week

Register now to visit Warner Pacific

Prospective students are invited to participate in Oregon Private College Week from July 28 – August 1, hosted by the Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges & Universities (The Alliance).

OPCW_IDtag2Oregon’s private, non-profit, regionally accredited colleges and universities support educational attainment for Oregon’s socio-economically diverse population with 21% of their undergraduates being the first in their family to attend college, and 31% qualifying for federal Pell Grants based on income.

The private sector campuses make indispensable contributions to Oregon’s communities and our state’s 40-40-20 education attainment goals by awarding 22% of baccalaureate degrees in such high-need fields as STEM, business, public administration and social service, and half or more of graduate degrees in health professions, education, and business. Moreover Alliance institutions contribute 30% of the bachelor’s degrees and higher portion of the 40-40-20 attainment goal.

Colleges will offer campus tours and information sessions about admissions, financial aid and academic programs. College officials will also correct some common myths about the cost of a private college education.

Students who visit at least four institutions during the week will receive four application fee waivers. Students may use these fee waivers to apply to any four Alliance colleges or universities.

“Personally visiting campuses is one of the most important steps in the college search process,” explains Larry D. Large, President of The Alliance. “I encourage students and their families to explore which college or university is the best match. And I want to reassure them that a high-quality education at an Oregon private college or university is affordable.”

Sessions will begin at 9 am and 2 pm on Monday through Friday. For more information about Oregon Private College Week, including a list of participating colleges and to register, please visit

In-state students attending an Oregon private college or university are eligible for the Oregon Opportunity Grant. A program of the State of Oregon, the Oregon Opportunity Grant will be approximately $2,000 in 2014-15.

The Oregon College Savings Plan and the Matched College Savings Program (MCSP) are sponsors of Oregon Private College Week.

The colleges and universities participating in Oregon Private College Week are listed below

  • Concordia University
  • Corban University
  • George Fox University
  • Lewis & Clark College
  • Linfield College
  • Marylhurst University
  • Pacific University
  • Reed College
  • University of Portland
  • Warner Pacific College
  • Willamette University

About The Alliance:

The Alliance represents Oregon’s regionally accredited, not-for-profit private higher education institutions. Together, the private not-for-profit sector enrolls more than 32,000 students and delivers approximately 30% of all baccalaureate degrees and higher awarded in Oregon. Through The Alliance, member institutions collaborate to strengthen Oregon’s intellectual, creative, and economic resources through public advocacy, institutional cooperation, and strategic collaboration with the public sector, including business, philanthropy, and government. For more information visit and download a fact sheet.

(Courtesy of the Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges and Universities)

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Act Six Scholar Recognized as Youth of the Year

by: LINDSAY KEEFER - Sophie Velasquez was named Youth of the Year.

Sophie Velasquez named Youth of the Year by Woodburn Chamber of Commerce (photo by Lindsay Keefer – Pamplin Media)

Congratulations to Sophie Velasquez, Act Six Cadre Five, on being recognized by the Woodburn Chamber of Commerce as their 2014 Youth of the Year.

Sophie, a senior at Woodburn Arts and Communications Academy, has been an active volunteer in Woodburn since she was 13. She has been a member of the city’s Youth Advisory Board, is a member of the city’s Parks and Recreation Board, and served on last year’s Fiesta Mexicana Court.

Read more about Sophie’s accomplishments at the Woodburn Gazette online.

The 2014 Distinguished Service Awards banquet, which is sponsored by Silverton Health, will be held March 14, at the Woodburn Health Center. Tickets are available at the chamber office, located at 979 Young St. in Woodburn

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The Knights enter the Cascade Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament

Tip off for the first game is Wednesday, February 26, at 7 pm (on WPC home court) when the Knights take on the Eagles of Northwest University.

The fourth seed and final home game in the first round goes to Warner Pacific, who outlasted Oregon Tech in overtime on Saturday night to finish 10-8 in conference play and 16-14 overall. The Knights won a three-way tiebreaker over Northwest and Northwest Christian to secure the home game.

Read more…

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