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Hubbard College of Administration International

Basic information
Name Hubbard College of Administration International
Scientology-linked? Yes
Type Non-profit (religious)
Life span Dec 17, 1990 – ...
Status Active
Jurisdiction California (check...)
Stated purpose
Directors, officers, trustees, and key employees (as of 2009)
Earl, Joyce Director
Garrett, Donna Director
Greve, Diana Establishment executive
Kurth, Ross Vice president new students and alumni activities
Pena, Martha Vice president operations
Terrenzi, Nick Director, deputy executive director
Ziv, Vered Director, executive director
Other name(s)
Complementary info
  • Form 1023 filing
  • Form 990 filings
  • HCA fraudulently claims to be “secular” [ref], as there is convincing evidence that the real purpose is to promote Scientology teachings (and possibly to recruit new Scientologists):
    • As per Bylaws, an HCA trustee must (among other things) be:
      • “Well-versed in the technology and philsophy of L. Ron Hubbard”
      • “In good standing with the Church of Scientology”
    • HCA licenses the marks and works "in connection with educational services relating to the administrative technology" from World Institute of Scientology Enterprises (WISE): WISE is a nonprofit religious entity, which purpose is “promote and foster the religious teachings of L. Ron Hubbard in society”
    • Some of HCA courses: “Secular TR"s 0-9 Course” and “Secular Student Hat Course with Tapes” [ref], which is as ridiculous as having a school offering a “Secular Creationism” course.
    • Some courses are based on Scientology core doctrines: “Introduction to Scientology Ethics Course,” “PTS/SP Course” [ref] (read more about “Scientology Ethics”, “PTS/SP”)
    • As per Church of Scientology International: “Scientology Scripture includes an administrative technology which is largely contained in the green Organization Executive Course ("OEC") volumes.” [ref]. HCA offers courses based on these volumes [ref]
From the library
Financial information
Received from...  Paid to...
Jensen Family Foundation (2001)$25,000
Narconon Fresh Start (formerly, Narconon Southern California) (2001)$100
Total received $25,100

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People (historical)
  • Directors, officers, trustees, and key employees