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Alumni Day



Saturday, June 27, 2015
10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Pleasant Hill campus

JFK University alumni are invited to attend this annual event to reconnect with the University and fellow alumni.

Registration Fee: $20 per person (includes lunch - vegetarian option available)
To register, click here to download registration form.  You can also email or call 925.969.3527.


9:30 am - Registration

10 - 11:30 am - Welcome and Opening Session
Keynote Presentation - Rich Dutra-St. John, '85, Co-founder of Challenge Day Program and Author of Be the Hero You’ve Been Waiting For

Alumni of the Year Award Presentations

11:30 am - 12:30 pm - Networking Lunch

12:30 - 2:00 pm - Breakout Sessions

How to Build a Nontraditional Career Path
Dr. Ron Elsdon, MA ‘98
You can create meaningful and rewarding careers without depending on conventional employment where the nature of your work is defined by others. Author and 25-year professional, Dr. Elsdon will help you blend together different work components, such as consulting, teaching, writing, design, craft-making, or contract work to match your individual needs and to create a fulfilling career path.

Overcoming Failure: Surviving and Thriving
Howard Scot Warshaw, MA ‘11
Failure, disappointment, and lost hopes/dreams are very common these days, particularly in the Silicon Valley neighborhood. Brutal job demands, unmet career goals, I-P-NOs. Our relationships suffer as does our sense of fulfillment. This takes a toll on our happiness and well-being (and also our immune systems). Learn to reset a positive orientation, refueling passion and joy. Howard Warshaw will remind you that failure is not an end, it is a launching point!

Inner Game: Mastering the Art of Golf... and LIFE
Dr. Mat Park, PsyD ‘12
Enhanced performance in any sport, but particularly in golf, requires understanding and mastering the way personality and mental processes determine particular outcomes. Expert golfer and high performance coach, Mat Park, will assist you in your own personal mastery of the mental game of golf, in sport, and in life. You must be prepared to take the shot well in advance of stepping up to the tee... or to your next step in life.

Detecting Malingering in Therapy and Legal Assessment
Dr. Peter Van Oot
Whenever someone has something to gain from being impaired, the tendency to “malinger” exaggerates their difficulties. Their gain can come from financial settlements, SSDI, Worker's compensation benefits, better prison housing, custody arrangements, medical treatments, divorce settlements, etc. Dr. Van Oot, a member of the faculty of the Clinical Psychology program, will share how to recognize and document when someone is suspected of this fraud.

The Abundance Loop: 8 Steps to Manifest Your Divine Wealth
Juliana Park, MA ‘14
Presenting the topic of her soon-to-be released book, Juliana Park is a Merrill Lynch Vice President and has been advising wealthy families for more than a decade. She will help you envision a world where you make choices and take actions in line with unlocking the abundance in your life, including your financial freedom. Discover your true self, how much you have, how much you are, and empower yourself to effectively grow your personal and financial wealth.



11:30 am - 2:00 pm

JFK University career counselors will be available at Alumni Day for private, half-hour sessions to assist you with job search techniques and career development trends. They also can provide a quick critique of your resumé. Please schedule a time in advance by emailing or calling the Career Center 925.969.3542.