Higher Education

Staying ahead with CatchMyStory: ‘I can see healing every day’

March 14, 2018 Published by

The letter began … “Dear David, “Since we introduced writing chapters of their life story every few weeks using CatchMyStory, I can see our guests healing each and every day.” Danny should know about healing. His life was going very well. Great job with frequent promotions as an IT manager…

What are ‘sectors?’ Brochures for community, K–12, workplace, and more

March 12, 2018 Published by

aha! Process combined trainer certification brings three sectors to the table. The Addressing the Challenges of Poverty conference brings all sectors together together to, well, address the challenges of poverty. But what are these “sectors?” The sectors are the areas in which aha! Process concepts can be applied. From business…

Podcast: Silos!

March 9, 2018 Published by

As people use our ideas and begin to develop the work in their institutions, before long it kind of gravitates into: “Maybe the different organizations in town that have been using this should come together and build a collaborative.” And that really means getting out of the silos. We talk…


Why attend our Addressing the Challenges of Poverty national conference?

February 19, 2018 Published by

@ljacksonahaproc Because this conference looks at reducing poverty in your communities through the lens of economic class. Because, it uses the core constructs and strategies of Bridges Out of Poverty, A Framework for Understanding Poverty, Understanding and Engaging Under-Resourced College Students, Getting Ahead and other core products in the strategy.…

Call for presenters: Addressing the Challenges of Poverty 2018

December 20, 2017 Published by

Are you ready to submit your proposal to present at Addressing the Challenges of Poverty? aha! Process is now accepting proposals for presentations for the 2018 conference scheduled for September 23–25 in Atlanta. You can also take advantage of early bird pricing by registering for the conference before February 1. This…

First-generation college students face more barriers than money

October 16, 2017 Published by

The Washington Post article “First-Generation College Students Are Not Succeeding in College, and Money Isn’t the Problem” highlights some of the reasons first-generation students struggle, in spite of their many strengths and extraordinary determination. One such hurdle is the mismatch between under-resourced college students’ skills and experiences and those required…