The Leadership Institute is designed to meet the needs of new directors, assistant directors, counseling coordinators, tutoring coordinators, and those in the process of attaining or considering pursuing doctoral degrees. Learn more by reading the Leadership Institute page.
Candidates must complete an application and provide a letter of support from their director, or their dean, or provost indicating institutional support for their participation, be committed to participate in the entire institute and conference. Potential participants must complete the Tri-State Leadership Institute Application and be accepted into the program in order to attend. All applications are due by January 11, 2019.
“… After being hired at Caldwell, Andrei St. Felix began attending the college at night, first earning a degree in business administration and then a master’s in contemporary management and another master’s in pastoral ministry. She is pursuing her Ed.D. in the educational leadership program at Caldwell…Armed with that knowledge, the alumni from her program have gone on to own businesses, serve as community leaders and work as doctors, teachers and lawyers. St. Felix is confident that with well-defined goals and hard work, many more will achieve their dreams. She will be there to help them along the way.”
Read the entire feature about Andrei St. Felix at the Caldwell website.
The Tri-State Consortium of Opportunity Programs in Higher Education (NJ/NY/PA) 15th Biennial Conference will be held in Long Island, New York from April 13 – 17, 2019.
For information regarding some of our past conferences, please visit our conference archives.
The following details will be available soon:
- Call for Papers/Presentations
- Call for Volunteers
- Conference Registration
- Hotel Reservations
Here is a printable Save the Date 2019 (PDF) flyer you can print and share.
Gov. Cuomo on Thursday issued a directive to the state and city university systems that they continue to use race as a factor in their admission policies in order to better ensure diversity.
Read the full story at The New York Daily News.
Cooper Medical School of Rowan University is hosting a diversity event for students interested in a health career on Wednesday, June 20, from 5-7 pm at 401 South Broadway, Camden, NJ 08103.
The discussion, lead by Consuelo Cagande, MD, DFAPA, DFAACAP & Christopher Milburn, MD, will focus on Substance Abuse and Mental Health. Additionally, there will be health professional schools onsite to discuss their programs for graduate health programs. Confirmed so far: Drexel, Temple Medical School and USciences.
Refreshments will be served.
Registration is online.