Tune In For a Special WNKY Segment With The Center for Human Development and Family Services

Posted by Deborah.Walker on Thursday February 23, 2017

In our continued mission to engage and interact with the Rockland County community for the mutual benefit of both Nyack College students, staff, faculty and the larger county population, Nyack’s radio station, WNYK 88.7 FM will feature guests from The Center for Human Development and Family Services (CHDFS), a non-profit, community-based organization on Friday, February 24 at 2:00 p.m. The segment will focus on the organization's mission to serve families, individuals and children by meeting their emotional, physical and intellectual needs.

To learn more about the organization, visit their website

Be sure to tune in to hear about this vital outreach.

American Red Cross Blood Drive at Nyack College

Posted by Deborah.Walker on Thursday February 23, 2017

Nyack College Rockland campus, 1 South Boulevard, will be the site of a 2017 American Red Cross Blood Drive on Wednesday, March 15 in Hilltop Gymnasium from 12 noon until 5:00 p.m.

To sign up and to schedule appointments, visit the Red Cross website. Enter the keyword: Warriors.

Students, faculty and staff can also sign-up in the Boon Campus Center cafeteria during lunch hours February 27-28 and March 13 and 14.

The American Red Cross encourages us to Schedule. Save Time. Save Lives.

Nyack College and Local Entrepreneurs to Compete for Over $22,000 in Prizes

Posted by Deborah.Walker on Thursday February 23, 2017

Nyack School of Business and Leadership Associate Professor Dr. Susanne Hartl (above)has established a partnership with the Center for Transformative Work (CTW). Students are currently a part of an eight-week learning community that meets on the Rockland County campus in Boon Campus Center (Room 412) every Wednesday through March 15 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. to explore how to integrate faith into the work environment. Those who attend these sessions earn chapel credit. Pastors and seminarians are also welcome to learn how to support business people in their congregations. The workshop is free of charge, but registration is required.

Nyack's partnership with CTW also makes Nyack College students and local entrepreneurs eligible to compete in a “Shark Tank-like” event called The Entreprenuerial Business Venture Competition on Friday, March 31 in Shuman Hall, 185 South Highland Ave. in Nyack. Applications can be completed here for the chance to give an eight-minute pitch to a panel of judges. The deadline for applying is March 9. Five finalists will be chosen for the March 31 competition.

All competitors must convey how they will meet the three judging criteria:

Does Your Business Address a Societal Need?

Is Your Business Financially Sustainable?

Does Your Business Integrate Your Christian Faith?

First prize is $10,000, second prize is $7,500 and third prize is $5,000 to help get a business started or to ramp up an existing business. In addition to the financial awards, winners will receive professional business coaching. Cash prizes will be distributed by the business coach, who will work with the winners on goals and milestones.

Tickets to attend the event are free, but must be obtained at the Center for Transformative Work website. Seating is limited. Request tickets today!

 

 

Academic Year 2017-2018 Applications Being Accepted for Student Leaders

Posted by Deborah.Walker on Wednesday February 22, 2017

The Office of Student Development has announced that student leadership applications are being accepted for the 2017-2018 academic year.

Take advantage of this opportunity to hone your leadership skills, be a part of a dynamic leadership team, enjoy community and connect with your peers on the residential campus in Rockland County. Positions available include orientation leaders, resident assistants, worship team or student activities crew members.

As you share your gifts and talents, you will supplement your academic, employment, and relational pursuits providing you with challenges, successes, group interaction skills and personal growth opportunities.

Visit the website and apply online where you will find detailed job descriptions and other information. The application requires a resume, an essay (200-500 words) and recommendations from a non-family member and an employer/supervisor. These must be completed and submitted by the Wednesday, March 15 deadline.

Should you have questions, email studentdevelopment@nyack.edu or contact the Office of Student Development by phone at (845) 675-4790.

Student Spotlight: Jill Kim, AGSC Marriage and Family Therapy Major

Posted by Deborah.Walker on Monday February 20, 2017

Alliance Graduate School of Counseling (AGSC) part-time student Jill Kim completed her first semester in the Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) program. Though this wife and mother of four children (a three-year-old, a five-year-old and seven-year-old twins) who is also a church elder already holds a Master of Divinity degree from another institution, what she learned quickly is that her higher education experience at Nyack College was going to be very different from previous ones.

“After my first semester in the MFT program at AGSC, I am amazed by how much I have learned and grown. In this short time, I have experienced much emotion, gained great insight and have been blessed with revelations about my family and myself. I am incredibly humbled and excited to begin the next semester," she shares. "Tracing my family voyage helped me to see the blessings that God has shown my family. It was a great privilege to be able to hear my classmates give their own family voyage presentations. There is a deep bond that forms after you hear someone's family voyage and the different paths we all took to be here at Nyack. God is working in my classmates’ families and it is an honor to be able to witness God's mighty and gracious deeds.”

One of the most powerful forms of promoting degree programs offered at Nyack College and Alliance Theological Seminary is word of mouth. Jill credits two friends, Julie Choi and Ralph Yoon, both graduates of the AGSC Mental Health Counseling concentration, who highly recommended that Jill consider the MFT concentration. It was exactly what she was seeking. Working within a family ministry context in her home church, she felt the need for more training in counseling. She looks forward to using the tools she is gaining after her 2021 graduation by facilitating seminars on marriage enrichment, parenting and conflict resolution. 

How would she pay forward the life-changing advice of her friends to other prospective students? “I would tell them that the AGSC professors are incredible teachers, mentors and counselors. I think they are the best in the field of MFT.”


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