William James College News
Gratitude for a rewarding career leads to over 30 years of giving.
Mother and daughter, and fellow alumnae, give because they see that their gifts matter.
Jackie's appreciation of the profound experience she had as a student at WJC, which promoted introspection and self-examination, were critically important to her and deepened over time. She believes in the mission of the College and wants to help ensure its future so that succeeding students can take...
In recent years, media outlets have reported on the dramatic increase in rates of depression, anxiety, stress, insomnia, and substance use. In response to this healthcare crisis, William James College has introduced a pathway to education, careers, and professional growth.
Through an organizational partnership agreement between the College and Positive Behavior Supports (PBS), students can use their job as their fieldwork site while they learn in the classroom. Learn about Vanessa Benitez Cisneros' experience.
Forming articulation or transfer agreements with local community colleges helps eliminate barriers for students looking to complete a bachelor’s degree and enter the field of psychology and human services. With Middlesex, this partnership delves deeper than simply accepting credits.
Welcoming the new Center for Behavioral Health, Equity, and Leadership in Schools (BHELS). Formerly Teachers21, BHELS provides consulting services focused on ensuring students’ emotional wellbeing, a healthy school environment, intentional and purposeful equity and inclusion programming, and leadership...
Center for Crisis Response and Behavioral Health at the International Association of Chiefs of Police
Bonnie Cuccaro, Associate Director of the Center for Crisis Response and Behavioral Health, had the opportunity to represent William James College at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Annual Conference and Expo in Dallas, Texas. This is the largest law enforcement event of the...
Two years after the pandemic, William James students and faculty recently traveled to two in-person conferences: the American Psychology-Law Society conference in Denver and the National Association of School Psychologists convention in Boston.
Dr. Veronica Steller represented William James College at the 2022 Boston Marathon, raising over $3,000 for student scholarships through the new Lucero Fund.