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South Mountain Community College rolls out Strengths Quest to students

by Geddis,Scott W. on August 25, 2012

In support of South Mountain Community College’s commitment to student success the college began a new chapter this semester with the infusion of Strengths Quest in the IStart Smart program. Nearly 600 students enrolled

Students in the first day of a AAA 115: Creating College Success at South Mountain Community College

in AAA 115: Creating College Success classes so far this semester will learn to discover, develop and apply their strengths in academics, careers, relationships and work life.

 

 

Each faculty member teaching this class has completed 9 hours of Strengths Educator training and 12 hours of the Gallup Strengths-Based Mentor and Advisor Program (MAP).

Dr. Olsen, President, administrators, faculty and staff of South Mountain Community College attend a Gallup Strengths Mentor and Adviser Program conducted by Mark Pogue, Vice President of Higher Education Practice, Gallup.

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