Under the thoughtful guidance of our admissions counselors, hopeful Adler University students embark on a journey that includes informational sessions, email exchanges, applications, phone calls and more. Among the most critical aspects of the screening process to select our future socially responsible practitioners – and one of the final steps – is interview day. But, what …
Here at Adler University in Chicago, prospective students have been on the phone and exchanging emails with our Admissions counselors about their applications and Interview Days. What is Interview Day? It’s a day that prospective students visit campus to meet with current students, Financial Aid staff, and other faculty and staff to get questions answered. Each applicant also takes …
I was able to reach Corey before his plans for vengeance took shape. Sadly, too many kids like Corey never get a chance to heal the pain they encounter and accumulate. They can range from being “problem children” to gang members. But in almost every case the heart of the matter is the same. These kids are hurting.
What’s the most common question from prospective students? What’s the difference between public policy and public administration? Psy.D. student Lauren asks some quick-fire questions of the team in the Admissions Hub at Adler University.
Prospective graduate students: How do you prepare for Interview Day? Michelle Tiwade, Adler University Director of Admissions in Chicago, offers these five tips.
When you apply to graduate school, the autobiographical essay or personal statement and your letters of recommendation can make or break your chances of moving forward in the admissions process.
Adler is based on the principle that we prepare students as socially responsible practitioners—educated to be effective personal and social change agents in the pursuit of justice. What does that mean?
Our alumni all over the world reach out to us sharing updates and news–and often a few words about the people and experiences that have stayed with them since their days at Adler. We’d like to share a few as we welcome our newest students to our Adler community and everyone back to school for our 2015-2016 academic year.
If we are going to be brutally honest with one another – if we were going to give America’s Independent Sector a job review – we would have to say we suck.
For those who are amid a job search like me, or will soon be entering one as a graduate, one of my most enthusiastic tips is to find ways to strengthen your resume and fill in gaps in your abilities and proficiencies.
Presenting gave me the chance to remember why and how I came into this field. It provided me a real opportunity to teach others about what I’ve come to know from my education, internship, and professional networking.
The National Counselor Examination is not an easy exam. Now that I have taken the NCE, I can honestly say it’s worth it. The best tips I can give anyone who will be sitting for the NCE are these.