Nearly 120 Simpson University students, staff, and faculty traveled to Whiskeytown National Recreation Area on Sept. 21 to participate in the university’s 15th annual Day of Service. This year’s service day had one focus: Carr Fire recovery efforts at Brandy Creek and the Camden House.
For the 15th consecutive year, Simpson University students, staff, and faculty will partner with the community in the university’s annual Day of Service on Saturday, Sept. 21.
New Simpson University students Gabriel Gonzalez and Tommy Hail share an unbreakable bond: they and their families were displaced from their homes during the Carr and Camp Fires that ravaged Northern California last year. They are also two of the first recipients of Simpson University’s Carr & Camp Fire Scholarship, created in 2018 as part of the school’s Legacy Scholarship initiative.
Simpson University is offering a new Carr & Camp Fire Scholarship to college-bound students impacted by either historic blaze.
REDDING, Calif.—A Simpson University and Redding native who interned with The Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C., has two articles published on national news websites. Austin Avery, who graduated in spring 2018 with a degree in history, co-wrote an analysis piece published Christmas Eve in The Washington Times titled “Washington should be alarmed at Middle Belt … Continue reading Simpson University Alum Completes D.C. Internship, Publishes Articles
Despite facing their own losses in this year’s Carr and Camp fires, students in Simpson University’s Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology program didn’t hesitate to say yes to a request to “adopt” a family in need for Christmas.
As thousands of firefighters battle the most destructive wildfire in Shasta County history, Simpson University is serving as an evacuation and rest center for displaced residents and first responders.