For employers, educators, & student service professionals
Total Internship Management
We are pleased to support businesses and organizations as they help develop young employees by sponsoring Total Internship Management workshops by InternBridge. The workshops provide research, tools, and strategies for creating and maintaining an effective and efficient intern program. While the information focuses on internships, the information is valuable for onboarding and hosting any employee! In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the workshops now discuss both in-person and virtual positions.
Attendees earn HRCI and/or SHRM-PDC credits.
A Framework for Understanding Poverty
A Framework for Understanding Poverty, both a workshop and book by Dr. Ruby Payne of aha! Resources, Inc., focuses on helping students of all economic backgrounds achieve academic, professional, and personal success. The workshop discusses the mindsets and stabilizing factors of the different economic classes, and establishes mechanisms for overcoming the hurdles of poverty. In this workshop, poverty is defined as the lack of resources (or being under-resourced). According to Payne, there are eleven essential resources for success in school and in life.
After discussing economic class differences and resources, the workshop offers concrete strategies for student success professionals to implement. While A Framework for Understanding Poverty focuses on creating sustainable success for all students, the impacts are greatest for the under-resourced students.
We are certified by aha! Process to facilitate A Framework for Understanding Poverty and Research-Based Strategies. We have delivered workshops to educators and student success staff at the middle school, high school and college levels in addition to organizations such as Reach Higher Montana, GEAR UP Wyoming and GEAR UP Montana.
What began as a guide for educators to better understand their students is now a multifaceted, multidisciplinary set of tools and resources that are applicable across society. The book expands the integration of relationships across all boundaries.
–Gayle C. Manchin, Past President, National Association of State Boards of Education