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Incorporating Entrepreneurship into Higher Education | Jean Enock Denis

Never has it been more important to help our students reach their full potential while we have them in front of us! Entrepreneurship is a great asset HESA professionals can utilize in our work to make valuable to our students. 589 more words

and the job search begins...

I haven’t been super great about blogging recently. I know that. While I have a valid excuse, it is one of my new year’s resolutions to start blogging more consistently. 1,435 more words

I'm tired, but I have no reason to complain.

Regardless of the results of the past presidential election, I have been so damn tired. So tired because people are being hurt and oppressed while others are blind and refuse to see the whole picture. 790 more words

Grad School Update;

So just to keep everyone in the loop, I am still in the process of applying for grad school. I am applying to three different schools, Salem State University, the University of Vermont, and the University of Connecticut all for the Higher Education and Student Affairs (HESA) program. 217 more words

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Graduate Survey: why we need your help

If you are a graduate we will be contacting you soon to find out what you are doing. Here’s why.

Every year we contact graduates six months after graduation as part of a national survey to find out what you are doing after leaving York.   271 more words

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The elephant in the room

Let’s address the elephant in the room. I’m young. No, but really—I’m young.

I’m 22. I never felt so aware or conscious of my age as I have in the last year of my life when I started this journey called graduate school and committed to working in higher education for the foreseeable future. 572 more words

Southern Charm

Today I went to Charleston, South Carolina with a few of my new HESA (Higher Education and Student Affairs) Master’s program friends. We met up on campus at 9 am. 253 more words

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