Education

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Luncheon Alliance on the First Wednesday of Each month at 11:30am presented by Athens Services. March lunch is sponsored by Rob Levy and CMG Mortgage.  Click here to sign up and pay.  

 

 

Pasadena Perspective

Click here to read Pasadena Perspective the digital magazine of the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce

Thank You for Recruiting New Members:

Loxi Windle, Schweitzer Paw Partners

Paul Arevalo, Rose Bowl Operating Company board member

George Falardeau, Pasadena Media

 

Click here to view our New Homeowner Welcome Postcard. It is sent to everyone who purchases a home in the greater Pasadena area.

Cheeseburger Week returns January 21st to 27th.

Details at pasadenarestaurantweek.com

Networking Breakfast on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:30am at Villa Gardens. Click here to sign up and pay. Unique Hospice sponsors for February.  If you would like to sponsor a breakfast, please email kelly@pasadena-chamber.org

Greater Pasadena is served by the Pasadena Unified School District with 20 elementary schools, three middle schools and four senior high schools serving grades K-12. In addition, there are more than 35 private elementary, secondary and post-secondary schools in the area, including La Salle, Saint Francis, Flintridge Sacred Heart and Maranatha High Schools, Saint Andrew and Walden schools. 

International boarding and day school EF Academy recently opened a campus in north central Pasadena. 

More than 60 pre-schools and childcare centers also serve the community.

California Institute of Technology

Pasadena is also home to some of the finest higher education institutions in the country. California Institute of Technology (Caltech) is the top research university of its kind in the world. The Caltech campus is a gem of gardens, as well as historic and cutting edge architecture. At various times, Caltech has been home to 31 Nobel Prize winners including Linus Pauling, Murray Gell-Mann and Richard Feynman. Albert Einstein made three long-term visits in the 1930s and Stephen Hawking still lectures at Caltech.

Fuller Theological Seminary trains Christian leaders for service worldwide on a campus that features restored Craftsman architecture, a beautiful, tree-lined promenade and a new library.

Art Center College of Design, a nationally renowned leader in art and design education, has a beautiful campus overlooking the Rose Bowl. Pasadena City College is the jewel of California’s community college system.

Saybrook University recently relocated to Pasadena. 

Pasadena’s Public Libraries were designed to be the heart of each neighborhood, as envisioned by early civic leaders who recognized the importance of lifelong learning. That meant within walking distance, and with a vitality that would keep pace with the ever-changing modes of acquiring knowledge. Today, infants and toddlers are discovering the joy of words, seniors are designing their own websites, and all ages in-between have formats and services geared to their particular needs. With a collection of almost one million items, the Pasadena Public Library is your source for information 24/7. To learn more, visit  www.PasadenaPublicLibrary.net.