Volunteering in our communities benefit our professional and personal lives.
This virtual discussion touches upon topics such as health equity, DEI issues, the pandemic’s effect on Trenton residents and MLK’s mission as it relates to the Trenton community.
Can you articulate and document learning equivalent to a specific graduate level course?
Top employers are finding innovative ways to identify, prepare and retain diverse talent for the workforce of today and tomorrow.
A discussion with the New Jersey State Library's Fresh Start @ Your Library program, which aims to prepare individuals for successful re-entry into the workforce after incarceration.
Experts discuss strategies and opportunities nonprofit organizations can use to apply for and receive funding.
Christopher Schultz, Assistant Dean, discusses issues of recruitment and retention of fire service volunteers as communities change with guest, William F. Jenaway, Ph.D.
Moderator Dean Youngblood discusses cross-cultural awareness and practice in K-12 classrooms with Ana I. Berdecia, M.Ed. and Sandra GB Iturbides.
Dr. Joseph Youngblood, dean of the John S. Watson School of Public Service, discusses the COVID-19 pandemic and how two local hospitals have responded to the public health crisis.
A discussion on voter registration history and the importance of civic engagement through voting.