Scholarship for Teachers College PD

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For more info: http://readingandwritingproject.org/services/institutes/information/scholarships

Scholarship opportunities are listed below. Please include the TCRWP Summer Institute Scholarship Cover Sheet with your application. Participants taking the institutes for graduate credit are not eligible. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis up …

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Are you a faith leader, a religious practitioner, or simply someone interested in the study of religion? If so, consider applying to one of our degree programs at Drew Theological School!

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Programs like the Master of Divinity and the Master of Arts in Theology and Ministry do the
work of preparing students for vocational ministry and religious leadership in a variety of
settings inside and outside of local faith communities. On …

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BeSocialChange

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As a social impact organization, we are committed to the work of anti-racism on individual, societal, and organizational levels.

We believe the Be Social Change framework for impact may offer a structure to engage:

Be (personal transformation) – Read, learn, unpack …

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Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager/Exec Asst to the Assoc Provost Dawn LoMauro
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From Bloomberg News: Covid-19 Is Becoming the Disease That Divides Us: By Race, Class and Age

From Bloomberg News: Covid-19 Is Becoming the Disease That Divides Us: By Race, Class and Age

In the midst of many acts of compassion, kindness, and teamwork, Bloomberg News notes that, “Slurs against Asian Americans. Jokes about baby boomers dying. And blue-collar workers’ plight is nothing like the “work from home” lifestyle.”  In a recent article …

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2019 NJ Distinguished Intern of the Year

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June 2019 – Ten Drew graduate students have earned New Jersey’s top honor for student teaching in the past eight years.

The latest is Kaitlin Beggan, who earned the 2019 Distinguished Clinical Intern Award from the N.J. Department of Education for …

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Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager/Exec Asst to the Assoc Provost Dawn LoMauro
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8 Times Candidates Didn’t Get Hired Because of Something They Put on Social Media

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We know you’ve heard you should clean up your social media so that you can be a presentable professional, especially when you’re looking for a new job. But do you know how it could actually hurt you?

We’ve collected real …

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7 Ways to Address Your Cover Letter That Aren’t “To Whom It May Concern”

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To Whom It May Concern: I am applying for this job I found at this company that I spent so little time researching I can’t quite remember what role is open and I’m not positive I know the name of …

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Should I Study Abroad? Everything You Need To Know Before Making Your Decision

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Study abroad programs are an amazing way to experience a new part of the world. They’re a rare opportunity to go in-depth into a foreign culture. Plus, they’re a launchpad for traveling around a new continent (or the world). But …

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