2005-2006 Academic Catalogs
Inspiring Others to Reach Their Goals
Alumna and adjunct faculty member Dawgelene Sangster is using I/O principles to help others overcome obstacles and achieve their personal and professional goals.
Giving Hope to Prisoners, Addicts, and the Homeless
After working with addicts and prisoners, Joshua Neri knew that forensic psychology was his calling. That calling led him to The Chicago School where he is pursuing a master’s degree and getting real-world experience. Even from his first assignment, Joshua has already begun making an impact in the community.
Read more about Joshua Neri.
Learning Skills for Living with Autism
Adolescence is hard enough for anyone, but for youth with autism it presents a unique set of challenges. Chicago School student Corey McDonald created a program for her middle-school-aged autistic students that is helping them learn relational skills and feel accepted among their peers.