Here’s an article (from the archives) that helps us encourage our students to leave well. It’s easy for students (and even for us) to stuff our emotions. But this isn’t healthy.
It’s okay to call it [the ending of college] what it is. It’s okay for our students to cry. And for us to do the same if we need to!
Check out the article, and then share one thing that you do to help students leave well. Leave a comment below, I’d love to hear from you!
P.S. Something you don’t need to cry about, but might if you don’t act soon: 🙂
The LAST day to register for the Live Training Course on Equipping Students for Life After College is Monday, 5/13.
This 5 week course is for practitioners (college ministers, church leaders, and student affairs professionals) who are looking to start new initiatives or take their current efforts to the next level.
I have a some seats left in the Wednesday Class (12-1pm ET), which begins next week, May 15th. All teaching is live, but participants log-in from the comforts of their office or home.
Here’s the direct link to register. Hope to see you there!