From CIC report (p. 57): “Augustana College introduced a certificate program in nonprofit leadership development to help prepare liberal arts majors for leadership roles with nonprofit organizations. The program was developed in response to student interest and in alignment with the college’s mission and values. It provides students with formal documentation of their competence in the areas of communication, business, accounting, and ethics.”
Higher education institutions that emphasize internships for humanities graduates do so with good reason. Employer perceptions and opinions suggest that internships have become almost obligatory for students and graduates seeking employment, as indicated by a recent Chronicle of Higher Education survey (Figure 1.6, on the following page). The survey findings suggest that “an internship is the single most important credential for recent college graduates to have on their resume in their job search among all industry segments.” (p. 12)
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Mentoring pages from Michigan State University, part of their Academic Advancement Network. Much of the information was adapted from the Mentoring Toolkit developed as part of the work on NSF ADVANCE Grant #0811205, awarded to Michigan State University in fall 2008. Strong practices in advancing diversity still continue today from the original work. Mentoring
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The website describes mentoring at Oregon State University. It includes the goals, activities, process, duration, roles/responsibilities, and best practices of mentoring. Additional references are included on their website. https://liberalarts.oregonstate.edu/deans-office/faculty-mentoring-program/overview
Cox, P. (2018). Minnesota’s private colleges opening up to community college students. Minnesota Public Radio. Retrieved from https://www.mprnews.org/story/2018/11/14/minnesota-private-colleges-opening-up-to-community-college-students. hyperlink: https://www.mprnews.org/story/2018/11/14/minnesota-private-colleges-opening-up-to-community-college-students Hello World What used to be a tricky and frustrating process, is becoming somewhat easier as colleges find they need more diversity and steadier enrollment. It speaks to partnerships between private colleges and community colleges […]