View consultants who present higher education workshops

March 5, 2018 Published by

Use the button below to jump to a listing of all of our consultants who present workshops in the higher education sector. Note that not every consultant listed presents all workshops in this sector. Most consultants present a limited selection of workshop titles.

Trainer certifications bring all sectors together November 14!

June 29, 2016 Published by

Sometimes our work in K–12, communities, and higher education feels like it takes place in isolation. Get out of your “silo” this November and experience aha! Process trainer certifications with all three sectors at the table. While most sessions at the certification event will be specific to Framework, Bridges, or College…

East High School (Youngstown, Ohio)

November 25, 2013 Published by

East High School (Youngstown, Ohio): Collaborated with Youngstown State University to implement the first high school learning community in the nation to focus on economic class issues and the impact of poverty on individuals. Investigations was embedded into a yearlong social studies course. Students earned dual college and high school…

Youngstown State University (Ohio)

November 25, 2013 Published by

Youngstown State University (Ohio): Has used Investigations since Spring 2009 as part of a one-semester, four-course learning community program (LCP) for incoming health occupations students who test into all three developmental courses (math, reading, and composition). The program is evaluated based on semester-to-semester and year-to-year retention of the LCP group compared…

Youngstown State University (Ohio)

November 25, 2013 Published by

Youngstown State University (Ohio): Led a coalition of schools, workforce development agencies, and healthcare employer partners in the development of a career pathway project designed to assist low-wage, low-skill adults to enter and advance in health-related occupations. More than 300 individuals participated in 15 groups held in schools, employer work sites,…

Kent State University – Salem (Ohio)

November 25, 2013 Published by

Kent State University – Salem (Ohio): Delivered four 30-hour, open-enrollment Getting Ahead groups for TANF-eligible individuals. Fifty-seven participants successfully completed the program and made a plan to build resources. In follow-up interviews and surveys, respondents reported progress on developing resources ranging from “a little progress” (spiritual resource) to “good progress”…

Walla Walla Community College (Idaho)

November 25, 2013 Published by

Walla Walla Community College (Idaho): The Bridge the Gap Project provided best practice training, curriculum and community support to students from under-resourced backgrounds to help them successfully navigate systems of higher learning. Community college faculty and staff were also provided with opportunities to enhance understanding of low-income students and improve…